U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson has her final stately ceremony before the high court begins working on Monday.
Two buses of migrants were dropped off Thursday morning outside Vice President Kamala Harris’s residence in northwest Washington, D.C.
In honor of Queen Elizabeth II, the Washington National Cathedral funeral bell tolled 96 times Thursday night.
Authorities said a man is in custody after firing shots, exposing himself and climbing wires and rooftops in a northwest D.C. neighborhood Wednesday in a standoff that lasted into the early morning hours.
Singer-songwriter Lorde claimed to have swam in the Potomac River while in-between sets on her "Solar Power" tour stop in Washington, D.C. on Monday night.
Washington Commanders rookie running back Brian Robinson Jr. remains hospitalized and is recovering after he was shot in Northwest Washington, D.C. during what police believe was an attempted robbery.
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Authorities say a juvenile and two adults have been detained by officers after shots were fired early Friday morning in downtown D.C. near the National Mall and the White House.
A young, gay couple tells FOX 5 they were attacked in D.C.’s Shaw neighborhood simply due to their sexual orientation.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has backed out of teaching a seminar at George Washington University's law school in the nation's capital, following student protests and the university's statement of support for the conservative justice's role on campus.
A statue of Amelia Earhart will be unveiled at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, commemorating her accomplishments as the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean and her influential advocacy for women’s equal rights.
Supporters of the Women's March have climbed a crane in D.C., unveiling a banner calling on President Joe Biden to "protect abortion, protesting the recent Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, according to a press release.
A House committee plans on issuing a subpoena for Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder to appear as the investigation into the team’s alleged hostile workplace environment continues.
In Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser won the Democratic nomination, fending off a pair of challengers amid concerns over rising crime and homelessness.
Five major U.S. cities are currently on pace to break their homicide totals from last year, continuing a violent trend that started in 2020.
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A shooting in Washington D.C. left a teenager dead and several others injured, including a police officer. "It only takes one person with a firearm to make this a dangerous setting."
The George Washington University has announced they will discontinue the use of the Colonials moniker “given the division among the community” about it.
A college student from New York City rode a bus to Washington, D.C. on May 1 and, aside from a mysterious phone call for help, hasn't been heard from since.
The House panel’s yearlong investigation into the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot is intended to stand as a public record for history.