Since House Speaker John Boehner secretly arranged for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak before a joint session of Congress, Washington has been whipped by acrimony, denunciations and recriminations.
Five women were honored by the Thurgood Marshall Center Trust as Phenomenal Women of 2015.
District of Columbia residents are settling into the reality that marijuana use is now legal in the nation's capital, but local elected officials and those familiar with the ways of Congress believe this is probably not the end of the story.
For more than a decade, Dorothy Brizill has monitored and observed the Board of Elections and Ethics during and after regular and special elections. What she's seen has cast serious in her mind that the agency has the ability to do the job assigned to it by D.C. law.
The battle lines between D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and the United States Congress on marijuana legalization have been drawn.
The year 2014 certainly wasn't a very good one for the District of Columbia Board of Elections.
If a large stash of cash were the only determinant to winning a political race, LaRuby May would be well on the way to victory.
Architect, Educator 38th Black Honored by U.S. Postal Service
Robert Robinson Taylor graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the end of the 19th century but the ripples of his life and legacy continue to resonate among family members, Tuskegee University, MIT and elsewhere.
More than a month after smoke filled a Yellow Line train and tunnel at L'Enfant Plaza, leaving more than 200 commuters trapped underground, Metro officials say they still don't know what caused the problem.
Frank J. Phillips, a Laurel, Maryland, resident for whom words have always held a fascination, has penned a book of love poems released just in time for Valentine's Day.