Washington, D.C., was the place to be for the holiday weekend that celebrated the presidents.
President Obama outlined his agenda during the State of the Union speech Feb. 12.
D.C.'s Chinatown got in the new year spirit with dragons, a parade and salute to the Year of the Snake.
On Capitol Hill, the pre-Valentine chill was warmed up by the annual Cupid's Undie Run Feb. 9.
Georgetown beats St. John's to give JTIII his 200th victory as the university's head basketball coach.
A day after the Right to Life, there was a March on Washington for Gun Control with Newtown, Conn., residents leading the way.
Since 1973, anti-abortion activists have protested the Supreme Court's decision to legalize access to abortion.
Soon to leave her Secretary of State post, Hillary Clinton gave even better than she got Jan. 23 during a lively Senate hearing on the deaths of four Americans in Libya last year.
Washington, D.C., was filled with people and all things patriotic, as President Barack Obama took the oath of office publicly for the second time.
During the Jan. 3 Senate swearing-in reenactment ceremony, Vice President Joe Biden hugged and joked with just about everyone.
The Sculpture Garden Skating School shows off its skills in "Nutcracker on Ice."
The traditional caroling in the National Gallery Art included a surprise interruption: a surprise marriage proposal by an Iraq War veteran in front of everyone there.
Senator Daniel Inouye lies in state in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda in Washington D.C. on Thursday, Dec. 20 ...
On Saturday, more than 110,000 Christmas wreaths were placed at grave markers in Arlington Cemetery, thanks to Worcester Wreath Company in Maine.
If you were at the American History Museum Dec. 15, you were surrounded by many joyful versions of Santa Claus.