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Whether you're trying to impress a date, your parents or yourself, D.C.'s Restaurant Week is a diner's dream. From Jan. 22 to 28, hundreds of... [Read More]
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Over 50 years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. started organizing what would become his final major campaign for political equality, which would bring over 3,000... [Read More]
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The D.C. Council unanimously passed a health bill that would allow women to get birth control without a doctor's prescription, leaving the law's fate to... [Read More]
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Metro riders: prepare to see some chilly cheeks Sunday. [Read More]
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Copies of Michael Wolff's incendiary new book, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House," have flown off the shelves of local bookstores at a... [Read More]
As thousands of homeless people in D.C. are threatened by dangerously cold temperatures, volunteers are working overtime to help them. [Read More]
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Two more men were arrested and charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of an 18-year-old from Alexandria, police said. [Read More]
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A crowdfunder who raised more than $284,000 on Kickstarter is facing a lawsuit alleging he spent the money on personal expenses and never delivered the... [Read More]
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Mayor Muriel Bowser is moving to remind every D.C. employee that there are immediate remedies for sexual harassment in government workplaces. [Read More]
Reston police rescued a dog that was "barely recognizable as a dog" because it was covered in matted hair, police said. [Read More]
Days after requesting millions of dollars in subsidies from the city government, a troubled D.C. hospital that serves some of the city's poorest residents decided... [Read More]
Washingtonians were nearly fooled by an "elaborate hoax" conducted by a Native American rights group saying the Washington Redskins had been renamed. [Read More]
A family targeted with a burning cross by a Ku Klux Klan leader-turned-priest says they are owed thousands of dollars more in compensation and that... [Read More]
A family targeted with a burning cross by a Ku Klux Klan leader-turned-priest says they are owed thousands more in compensation and the Catholic diocese... [Read More]
A family targeted with a burning cross by a Ku Klux Klan leader-turned-priest says they are owed thousands of dollars more in compensation and that... [Read More]
D.C.'s local government unanimously voted on Tuesday to make birth control available without a prescription at pharmacies -- adding D.C. to the list of eight... [Read More]
Drivers trying out the new Express Lanes on I-66 Monday found themselves facing some pretty high toll prices. [Read More]
Police said they arrested a man accused of walking into the Minnesota Avenue Metro station without paying, throwing a bike onto the tracks and lighting... [Read More]
Starting Dec. 4, weekday commuters will need an E-Z Pass or E-Z Pass Flex to travel on express lanes on I-66. [Read More]
A group of robbers has been targeting Latino construction workers and landscapers in a string of armed robberies across Northeast D.C., police said. [Read More]
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