From the Lincoln Memorial to the Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial and the Washington Monuments, marchers celebrated and continued the accomplishments and ideals of 1963's March on Washington.
"Spirit of '45 Day" honors the ordinary heroes of World War II but also saluted the late Senators Daniel Inouye and Frank Lautenberg Aug. 11.
The Citi Open Tennis Tournament gave D.C. a great week of tennis.
Fans get close to the aces and action as the Citi Open Tennis Tournament begins with qualifying rounds in Rock Creek's H.G. Fitzgerald Tennis Center.
As a new exhibit opens at the NGA, the Russian Ballet performed dance excerpts this past Sunday.
After a week long vigil, it finally happened. I am not here referring to a special birthday in the U ...
D.C., like many places across the nation, saw a rally that asked for "Justice for Trayvon," after the not guilty verdict.
Bastille Day was celebrated at Paul Bakery downtown with a race, where the batons were baguettes. Mais bien sûr.
There are many places across America to celebrate the Fourth of July. We think Washington, D.C., is the best place to do just that.
The Bad News Babes defeated female Members of Congress in a June 26 softball game that raised $125,000 for cancer research.
Get ready to check the second half of the Smithsonian Folklife Festival on the National Mall, July 3 through July 7.
In the annual Congressional Baseball Game at Nationals Park, June 13, the Democrats shut out the Republicans.
The Tea Party demonstrated outside the Capitol June 13. On its list of concerns: the NSA, IRS, immigration reform and the president.
Citing a "radical Obama agenda," conservatives met blocks from the White House to advocate their point of view of America.
For one weekend every June, the streets around Clarendon and Crystal City in Arlington VA turn into a high speed ...