Members of the Armenian community gathered at Sheridanâ€™s Circle in D.C. Saturday to commemorate Armenian Genocide Rememberance Day with a protest that took on a new tone after President Joe Bidenâ€™s comments acknowledging the genocide.
On Saturday, a plaque at the entrance of the Columbus School of Law at Catholic University was dedicated to the son of federal judge Esther Salas, almost a year after he was shot and killed by a gunman who targeted Salas.
Here’s what to know about the coronavirus data, resources and reopenings across the D.C. area.
Video being widely shared on social media shows a group of Black soldiers being harassed at a northern Virginia restaurant by a woman who used racist language
Maryland officials plan to review all in-custody death reports during the tenure of the stateâ€™s former chief medical examiner after he testified that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was not responsible for George Floydâ€™s death
Maryland and Virginia health officials have told providers to resume their use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine after federal agencies lifted a pause on the vaccine.
Two pedestrians were stuck and killed Saturday in D.C. at Hains Point, police say.
Some of the tenants of a massive apartment complex providing affordable housing in northern Virginia fear they will replaced by high-earning Amazon workers when a federal moratorium on evictions ends