Inmates are facing bad conditions in prisons and jails nationwide. Correctional officers are at risk, too.
The church squirreled away thousands of respirator masks 14 years ago.
The nation's capital gets shafted once more by Congress.
An Episcopal church has canceled all gatherings after its priest was diagnosed with COVID-19.
Mayor Muriel Bowser called the genre "a creative force that has inspired generations of Washingtonians socially, culturally, and artistically."
After the Senate voted to acquit President Donald Trump on all impeachment charges, late night hosts lamented about what happened on Capitol Hill.
Washington D.C. is suing Trump's inaugural committee and companies controlling the Trump International Hotel for misusing funds to benefit Trump's family.
Four years after the first march, smaller crowds still showed up in major cities with signs focused on progressive issues.
Lev Parnas said GOP figures and Trump insiders would mingle with some unusual characters at the president's Washington hotel.
The Washington, D.C., museum dedicated to journalism will close its doors on Tuesday.
Jane Fonda is not the only celebrity who was willing to be arrested for protesting.
At least five states and Washington, D.C., have done away with Columbus Day celebrations in deference to Native Americans.
Protesters calling for a Green New Deal and other steps to combat climate change disrupted traffic in Washington on Monday morning.
Apartment building owners are accused of keeping older people from seeing listings for available units. Facebook has faced legal action over ad tools before.
Jeffrey Clark pleaded guilty to a gun charge in July and served nearly 10 months in custody.
Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) said on CNN that the House Judiciary Committee’s investigations into President Donald Trump are a sign that impeachment proceedings have started.
Karin Sellers wants Here's The Scoop to be more than just an ice cream shop — she wants it to be an incubator for black talent.
Mayhem erupted in the House Of Representatives before lawmakers voted mostly along party lines to condemn President Donald Trump for his racist comments about four congresswomen of color.
Jeffrey Clark, who said the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims "deserved" it, has been in custody since his November arrest.
Mayor Muriel Bowser said Trump's "Salute to America" expenses will further deplete a fund that was never repaid for costs of the president's inauguration.