Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are in the deep mucky, slinging mud. This is America's choice?
Sure still feels like summer out there, but curtains are about to go up on the 2016-17 theater season.
The star and screenwriter of "Young Frankenstein" was known to say, "I'm not very funny."
Toots Thielemans and Steven Hill, both died at the age of 94 this week: One, a jazz and blues musician; another, an actor, best known for his work in "Law & Order."
Peter Newsham, a 27-year veteran of the Metropolitan Police Department, will take over temporarily, when Police Chief Cathy Lanier departs in mid-September.
The 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro ended up an exercise in good cheer, in spite of baleful predictions and a few snafus.
Trump, down or up: It doesn't matter. The question is: When was the last time you or I got through a day without mentioning his name?
We were touched by the deaths earlier this week of four individuals, two of whom were Washington residents.
The rise of Cathy Lanier, popular with all but the union, was a Great American Dream story.
An actor's dream for all concerned, the play, set in an Irish village, runs through Aug. 27.
The Frenchman behind Citronelle and Central loved being in America.
Our discriminating thriller-reader reviews the latest from Matthew Palmer and Alan Furst.
The Hypocrites' productions of "The Pirates of Penzance" and "The Mikado" will run through Aug. 21.
Patriotism, heartbreak, eloquence, banality ... this summer's Olympic Games have it all.