The Newseum in D.C. will open an exhibit dedicated the history of the Washington Nationals on July 31, museum officials announced.
Howard University Athletics unveiled its new Bison logo during a press conference Thursday, using a process that engaged all stakeholders in the Howard community.
The D.C. Divas advanced to the National Conference championship game after downing the Atlanta Phoenix, 40-6, in the conference semifinals Saturday.
Serena Williams won her sixth Wimbledon singles title Saturday morning, defeating Garbine Muguruza of Spain, 6-4, 6-4, to win her fourth straight Grand Slam tournament.
After back-to-back losing seasons, the oddsmakers aren't too confident about the Washington Redskins' ability to begin the upcoming season on a winning note.
The PG Select Blue Sox 9U Blue baseball team won the 2015 Cal Ripken Maryland State 9U Division Championship on Tuesday, June 7.
Serena Williams, the women's No. 1 seed at Wimbledon 2015, continues to show why she's often referred to as the greatest women's player of all time.
A federal judge ruled Wednesday against the Washington Redskins in the ongoing battle over the team's name, ordering the Patent and Trademark Office to cancel registration of the name because it may "disparage" Native Americans.
Washington Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper was announced Sunday night as a starter in the 2015 All-Star Game.
Paul Pierce, who over the weekend opted out of his contract with Washington after just one season, elected to reunite with his old coach Doc Rivers in Los Angeles, signing a 3-year, $10.6 million deal Wednesday to join the Clippers.
The Washington Wizards had a busy and productive 2015 draft, but their path in the offseason hinges on the decision of a 37-year-old veteran.
For the second straight year, the D.C. Divas felt right at home in Northern Virginia.
In the end, the best team was too much for the best player.
It was the perfect end to a perfect regular season for the D.C. Divas.
tA triumphant Mayor Muriel Bowser, D.C. council members and representatives of the D.C. United soccer team announced an agreement that will keep the team in the District for the next 30 years.