Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky performed the Heimlich on fellow Republican Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa, who later joked that she was choking on “woke policies."
Authorities have identified the gunman who allegedly shot a U.S. Park Police officer Wednesday as 30-year-old Turell Delonte Campbell.
The Washington Commanders are making some coaching changes one day after suffering a punishing 45-10 defeat to their division rivals, the Dallas Cowboys.
Liberty and Bell were given their presidential pardons. The two Thanksgiving turkeys were at the White House on Monday to play their part in what has become an annual holiday tradition: a president sparing them from becoming someone's dinner.
A suspected teen killer from D.C. bragged on an Instagram live stream days after allegedly murdering a 14-year-old boy, according to a court report that also claims the suspect’s mother watched as her son opened fire.
Organizers of the "March for Israel" protest believe over 200,000 people from around the country came to the rally at the National Mall Tuesday, a month after the Hamas attack on Israel.
Secret Service agents protecting President Joe Biden’s granddaughter opened fire after three people tried to break into an unmarked government vehicle in D.C.’s Georgetown neighborhood, authorities say.
D.C.'s giant pandas have departed the Smithsonian's National Zoo and now on their journey to China. The zoo announced the departure early Wednesday morning.
A D.C. mother turned her 12-year-old son in after seeing an image of him being shared by D.C. police as the person of interest wanted for fleeing the scene of a fatal attempted carjacking this past weekend.
D.C. Attorney General Brian Schwalb is suing the RealPage Inc. and 14 of the largest residential landlords in the District. Is your landlord being sued?
Aaron Spears, a Grammy-nominated producer and drummer from D.C. who played with artists such as Ariana Grande, Usher and Britney Spears, has died at 47 years old.
Hundreds were arrested Wednesday after pro-Palestinian protests broke out on Capitol Hill, with demonstrators flooding into the Cannon House Office Building and large crowds gathering with flags and signs around the Capitol complex.
Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass and six LA City Council Members are in DC this week to request additional resources for the city for a number of things like homelessness, dealing with migrant busses from Texas and more.
Steve Scalese has dropped out of the U.S. House Speaker race.
The judge said 16-year-old Naima Liggon was killed over the weekend near the U Street McDonald's in a "dispute over sauce."
A judge on Monday set a March 4, 2024, trial date for Donald Trump in the federal case in Washington charging the former president with trying to overturn the results of the 2020 election, rejecting a defense request to push back the case by years.
Massive crowds gathered on the National Mall this weekend to honor the 60th anniversary of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s March on Washington.
The search to find an immigration attorney who vanished while on vacation in Seattle has led authorities to Southern California.
Fire crews had to rescue staff and pets at a doggy day care in D.C. Monday after severe pop-up storms caused flash flooding in the area.
Where is the line between free speech and behavior that can get you in trouble as a criminal defendant? It seems former President Donald Trump could soon find out.