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Christian Platt, one of the two artists in Susan Calloway Fine Arts's "Ink," works on a grand scale, although he doesn't disguise the smaller elements in his style.
On Sunday night at Temple Emanuel in Kensington, Cantigas , which bills itself as "Washington's premier Latino chorus," will present "Connecting Hearts and Minds: Music From the Jewish, Latin American, And Arabic Traditions."
D.C. police are looking for multiple suspects involved in a fatal shooting overnight, just a short distance from the Anacostia Metro Station.
On her way to work on Friday morning, WUSA9's Erin Van der Bellen noticed shoes lined up along Westmoreland Circle plus a sign WASHINGTON -- On her way to work on Friday morning, WUSA9's Erin Van der Bellen noticed shoes lined up along Westmoreland Circle pl "The empty shoes on Westmoreland Circle represent the people who are shot each day.
With little hope of halting a vote to separate a strategic Ukraine peninsula from the rest of the country, the West is readying to impose harsh sanctions on Russia for what U.S. officials described as Moscow's insistence in undermining the new upstart government in Kiev, and fueling tensions among those who oppose it.
Police have arrested a 22-year-old Northeast Washington man in connection with four armed sex assaults and similar incidents along the Minnesota Avenue footbridge this month.
OXON HILL, Md. -- Police arrested a man Thursday for allegedly murdering a 31-year-old Md.
After years of protracted legal battles, the Third Church of Christ, Scientist, in Washington, D.C., will be demolished.
It's about to get harder to find a grubby place for a beer on Capitol Hill. The Pour House at 319 Pennsylvania Ave. SE will close its doors on April 30, Tim Ebner of the Washington City Paper's Young and Hungry blog reports .
From left, Chris Smith of W.C. Smith developers, Mayor Vincent Gray and cuncil member Yvette Alexander toss shovels of dirt at the groundbreaking for the new Skyland Town Center.
DC FIRE/EMS officials say a worker has fallen down a hole at a construction site in Northwest and crews are trying to rescue him.
While personalities, politics and the protection of turf all helped drive the CIA and its Senate overseers apart, the remarkable split now at center stage also revives the centuries-old drama called separation of powers.