Hundreds of demonstrators outside the White House on Nov. 21 stood in support of allowing Syrian refugees entrance into the U.S. with no new restrictions.
First lady Michelle Obama presented the 2015 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards in the East Room of the White House in Washington D.C. on Nov. 17.
The Smithsonian's newest museum held its first official event Nov. 16 with a special ceremony beginning a countdown to its grand opening on the National Mall later next year.
After a major two-year, $30-million renovation, the Renwick Gallery re-opened Nov.13 with the exhibit, "Wonder," with its lead sponsor for the renovation, David Rubenstein, on hand.
Santa Claus and Snoopy headlined the Downtown-Metro Center Macy's holiday window unveiling—to celebrate the 50th anniversary of "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
TV's "Breaking Bad" cast members and others donated memorabilia to the National Museum of American History Nov. 10, including the famed “Heisenberg” hat.
Check out our photos of this year's Washington International Horse Show.
The group, "A New Routine for America," advocates "freedom from gun violence," as it seeks common-sense rules on guns and gun owners.
Thousands Gather for Million Man March 20th Anniversary in Washington, D.C., Declaring 'Justice or Else' (photos)
First held in 1995 at the National Mall, the Million Man March returned with added vigor and more calls for reform and respect for Black America.
The Georgetown Hoyas (1-2) lost 31-10 to the Big Green from Dartmouth in football action in front of a sold ...
At the 14th anniversary of September 11, the Pentagon honored its fallen on that horrific day in 2001. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter presided over the ceremony near where the airplane hit the Pentagon.
The Library of Congress Book Festival celebrates reading and books—and the 200th anniversary of its acquisition of Thomas Jefferson’s library after the 1814 Burning of Washington.
Veterans Commemorate 70th Anniversary of Allied Victory Over Imperial Japan at WWII Memorial (photos)
Exactly 70 years later, veterans of the global conflict gathered at the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., for a wreath-laying ceremony on Sept. 2.
Kei Nishikori of Japan overcame a strong field and the strongest server in the world, winning the Citi Opens Men ...