1 hr ago | The Washington Post
Residents of the Eckington neighborhood in Northeast Washington gathered Monday evening on the nearby Metropolitan Branch Trail to figure out how to reduce crime on the path.
1 hr ago | Townhall
Are Americans becoming more libertarian on cultural issues? I see evidence that they are, in poll findings and election results on three unrelated issues -- marijuana legalization, same-sex marriage and gun rights.
3 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Every Tuesday, the Going Out Gurus highlight the week's best DJs, bands, dance nights and parties.
7 hrs ago | The Washington Post
The Northwest Washington woman who police say was sexually assaulted by a Labor Department attorney suffered such extensive injuries that she required surgery to implant a plate in her face, according to a detective's testimony Monday in D.C. Superior Court.
11 hrs ago | City Paper
Throughout the play Becky Shaw , characters travel between Boston, Providence, New York, and Richmond.
16 hrs ago | Free Republic
Two weeks ago I reported on the $250 million real estate boondoggle by the General Services Administration whereby the GSA is moving the Coast Guard out of an existing, below-market lease at the cost to taxpayers of $250 million dollars.
Nick Weidenfeld is as Washington establishment as they come. His grandfather was Republican kingmaker Maxwell Rabb, confidant to Eisenhower and Reagan and ambassador to Italy.
This week the US House of Representatives considers the 2013 Farm Bill - the agriculture policy tool for the federal government.
The Syrian government has condemned Egypt's decision to cut ties with Damascus and back the armed uprising against President Bashar al-Assad's government, terming it an "irresponsible" move.
Wedged between Massachusetts Avenue and A Street in Southeast Washington sits a little plot of land, not long enough for a 25-yard touchdown pass, not wide enough for a three-receiver set.
Herman Melville's Captain Ahab of Moby Dick may have been the first fisherman to practice sustainability.
This expression is used often in our culture, usually by someone attempting to call into question the sober-mindedness of another individual.
Police in Washington say they've made an arrest in a fatal shooting in northeast Washington from earlier this month.
A 21-year-old District man shot two weeks ago in Largo, Md., succumbed to his wounds Friday, police said.
Hundreds marched in Hong Kong to demand protection for Edward Snowden, who leaked revelations of US electronic surveillance and is now believed to be holed up in the city.