Students at colleges and universities across the country are beginning their semester just like they did at the beginning of the pandemic, sitting in front of their computer at home.
Washington, D.C., and surrounding areas were hit with widespread power outages Monday due to a winter storm
Dozens of cities and states are enacting new laws to protect tenants facing eviction, aiming to stem a tide of new cases and offer renters more ways to settle conflicts with property owners.
Famed Washington, D.C., bookseller Politics and Prose has hired a high-powered law firm, Jones Day, to represent it after employees asked to unionize
The mayors of Chicago and Washington, D.C., both promoted Black-owned businesses on Black Friday.
Donald Trump’s family hotel company has reached an agreement to sell the rights to its glittering Trump International Hotel, located in Washington, D.C., for $375 million.
Our nation's capital is a sought-out place for buyers seeking a front row seat in politics and beyond
The Pentagon effort to use U.S. airlines to ease crowded conditions at overseas military bases is creating a new bottleneck at Dulles International Airport, where planes carrying Afghan refugees are stacking up on the tarmac as officials take up to 10 hours to process passengers before they can depart.
Last summer, Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser played a high-profile role in the protests sweeping America over police killings of Black suspects. She renamed a street Black Lives Matter Plaza and joined thousands of demonstrators there, many shouting what had become the movement’s slogan: “Defund the police!”
Hobby Lobby purchased the 3,500-year-old clay tablet to be displayed at the Washington, D.C.-based Museum of the Bible.
Alex Sanchez reacts to politicians in Washington blaming banks for economic consequences of overdraft fees.
Four out of five gas stations in the nation's capital were still without fuel Saturday, but the shortage is starting to ease as consumers tap the brakes on panic buying and Colonial Pipeline gets its network back online.
Fuel shortages that have slammed the East Coast are starting to wind down as the Colonial Pipeline has restarted service following a cyberattack last week by Russian ransomware group DarkSide.
Economist Stephen Moore discusses why some Americans are choosing to remain unemployed on 'Varney & Co.'