In light of recent crimes involving D.C. seniors, many wondering what is the government's role in protecting the city's most vulnerable.
Three millennial partners wants to bridge the divide between young African-Americans alumnus from historically black colleges and universities and predominately white institutions by bringing them together for a weekend of partying and education.
D.C. agency directors joined city Administrator Rashad Young and Pepco Holdings representatives over the weekend at Greenleaf Recreation Center to address activation of the city's heat-emergency plan as temperatures in the region hover near triple-digits.
The D.C. Council made history this month in the fight for statehood by unanimously passing an advisory referendum on the State of New Columbia Admission Act Resolution of 2016.
Evangeline "Vangie" Paredes will soon join a legion of Americans who have lived 100 years or more.
Since the Federal Transit Administration began to manage Metro's safety oversight in October, about 1,100 defects have been noted, according to a summary released Thursday.
Family and friends believed it was a long shot that they would be able to bring Walter E. Fauntroy home. Hopes turned into reality when Fauntroy, 83, landed at Dulles Airport on June 27.
When protesters took to the streets in the nation’s capital in the wake of the police-involved shooting deaths of two black men — Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minnesota — D.C. Police Chief ...
With the next four years ahead of him after a likely win in the November general election, Ward 4 Council member Brandon Todd said his primary focus will be technology, senior citizens and the Walter Reed Army Medical Center:
The third phase of Metro's SafeTrack maintenance project finishes Monday, with phase four beginning Tuesday between the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Pentagon City.
Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld has fired a train operator for nearly colliding with another train and two other employees inspecting a track on the Red Line this week.
Metro released a final report Wednesday on the second phase of its SafeTrack maintenance project, which shut down sections of the Blue, Silver and Orange lines for more than two weeks.
Anthony Watters considers himself a revolutionary. The Howard University graduate who now lives in Baltimore has started his own nonprofit, It Takes One, Inc., as he continues to pursue a master's degree at McDaniel College in Westminster.
D.C. resident Sam Russell, a renowned image-maker, took an unexpected detour from working with stars such as Sophia Bush, Stevie Wonder, Colin Farrell and Chuck Lorre to dressing everyday people.
There is much concern in the Washington, D.C. area by community leaders about the lack of options presented to our youth in the area of sustainable community programs.