The Justice Department has reached a settlement with the D.C. government that requires the city to make homeless shelters more accessible to people with disabilities.
Over a 20 year period, Harriet Walters embezzled $48 million by creating fake tax refunds.
Skippers, truants and chronic absentees are just a few of the names given to students who cut classes.
More than 500 leaders of Washington-area non-profits gathered to compare notes at the aptly titled conference: Nonprofit 911.
(Through Dec 28) ALICE IN WONDERLAND Alice in Wonderland at Roundhouse Theater rides the line between children's fantasy and entertainment for adults at the stage in Bethesda through December 28th. Lewis Carroll's beloved story comes to life in an inventive, magical new production, as audiences f...
U.S. Postal officials say today will be the busiest mailing day of the year.
Metro has started using a new public address system in dozens of underground rail stations in hopes of improving poor sound quality.
Each year, the United Service Organizations sends "care" packages to members of the U.S. military and this weekend, Jessica Forres watched as volunteers celebrated completion of the one and a half millionth package at Fort Belvoir in Virginia.
D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton pushes for a U.S. House vote for D.C. voting rights on the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln's birthday.
Students at KIPP D.C.'s Will Academy are giving back by helping refugees in the Congo and by raising awareness about local issues.