Starting Monday, if you go into a bar, restaurant or other business in D.C., you wonâ€™t be required to mask up, after Mayor Muriel Bowser announced last week that sheâ€™s lifting the indoor mask mandate.
The roughly $2 trillion bill, which includes climate initiatives, expansions in affordable housing and free preschool, heads to the Senate.
A person riding a scooter was injured after being hit by a Metrobus in Northwest D.C. Sunday, officials said.
After a fire at a duplex in Alexandria displaced two families, including a little boy and his parents, less than a week before Thanksgiving, their community came together to help with funds, clothes and toys to make sure their neighbors are taken care of.
Beto O’Rourke is a different candidate than in 2018, but he’s also facing a different race â€”Â one with an emboldened GOP and a Democrat as president.
The White House confirmed reports that President Joe Biden and family will resume their tradition of celebrating Thanksgiving onÂ Nantucket.
Debt-free degrees, a response to the student loan crisis, typically are offered by the most exclusive colleges. Ohio State is hoping to change that.
An elite Afghan fighter went from seeing his children’s fear amid Taliban gunfire to seeing their joy on a Pennsylvania playground. This is his story.