Capitol police said there was no evidence a crime had been committed.
Much of the media narrative around teenagers in the nation’s capital is shaped by crime. The National Links Trust wants to help tell a different story.
Police in a Virginia suburb of the nation’s capital are investigating a massive explosion at a house where officers were trying to serve a search warrant.
The “March for Israel” offered a resounding and bipartisan endorsement of one of America's closest allies as criticism has intensified over Israel's offensive in Gaza.
A portion of Fort Totten Park has been closed off since April, when two metal canisters were discovered in the soil.
“A guy showed up near the Capitol with a semi automatic military assault rifle today and it’s just like ‘ho hum that’s just America!’” Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) wrote.
Protesters aimed to send a message not only to Israel but to President Joe Biden.
The Republican firebrand is now apologizing to her constituents for her infamous "Beetlejuice" blunder where she was caught on tape vaping and groping with a date.
Rep. Henry Cuellar was unharmed, and police later recovered his vehicle.
Only 10 months ago, the Ukrainian president was the toast of Washington. His latest visit was much more muted.