Last Sunday's parade brought St. Patrick's Day to D.C. four days early.
Thousands of adventure seekers once again assembled at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center for the Washington, D.C., Travel ...
Justice Antonin Scalia would lie in repose in the Supreme Court's Great Hall Feb. 19 in the first day of public mourning before the funeral Mass on Saturday.
It was Valentine's Day and the coldest day of 2016 so far, but the Chinese New Year parade on H Street NW moved right along to everyone's delight.
The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform focused for the first time on the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, at a hearing on Capitol Hill Feb. 3.
According to the Chines lunar calendar, the first day of Year of the Red Monkey is February 8, 2016. The ...
Thousands of anti-abortion activists rallied near the Washington Monument for the 43rd Annual "March for Life" up Constitution Ave. to ...
American novelist Eudora Welty famously said, "A good snapshot stops a moment from running away." A good snowfall partially compensates ...
Photos by Jeff Malet for the Historical Society of Washington
The Historical Society of Washington, D.C., celebrated photographer Chris ...
Wreaths Across America Meets Its Goal to Honor All Veterans Buried at Arlington National Cemetery (photos)
If you observed all the activity around and in Arlington Cemetery Saturday, you knew Wreaths Across America was there to honor our fallen heroes, some of whom we have known.
Never pass up an opportunity for "holiday cheer, goodwill and fun." That's Santarchy -- and we have the photos to prove it.
To celebrate its 100 anniversary in 2016, Wegmans has opened a "Wonderplace" for children at the National Museum of American History.
White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough helped to light the National Hanukkah Menorah at the Ellipse, a tradition in the nation's capital since 1979.
President Obama and the first family led the lighting of the National Christmas Tree on the Ellipse near the White House Dec. 3. The show will be broadcast Dec. 9 on PBS.
Last night, the Congress switched on its Christmas Tree with an assist from 10-year old Anna DeVolld from Alaska, where the tree originated.