Among the special guests at the National World War II Memorial wreath-laying ceremony were former Sen. Bob Dole and memorial architect Friedrich St. Florian.
The show, held Oct. 25 to 30, attracted several members of the U.S. Olympic silver-winning show-jumping team.
Army specialist Samuel Kosgel won his second title and Perry Shoemaker was the top female finisher.
Heading Down the Yellow Brick Road: The Smithsonian Launches Kickstarter for Ruby Slippers Project (photos)
The Smithsonian National Museum of American History on Monday Oct. 17 launched its Kickstarter Campaign to fund the conservation and ...
Augustus Maiyo, winner of the 2012 Marine Corps Marathon, won the Oct. 9 event in 48.20, just a second off last year's winning time.
Defying the rise of the metric system, the Oct. 2 race kicked off the United States Navy's birthday week.
There were more than 100,000 attendees, and many celebrity authors, at this year's festival, held Sept. 24.
Fiesta DC's Parade of Nations lit up Constitution Avenue Sept. 17 in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
With anything associated with Donald Trump, there's always excitement, as he might say. The opening for Trump International Hotel is no exception, with daylong protests out front.
The former secretary of state and longtime Georgetown resident is the first to receive the gold medal.
The Georgetown University football Hoyas won decisively over the Davidson Wildcats on Saturday Sept. 3 at Cooper Field in the ...
Seventy-one years after the Japanese surrender, 15 veterans of the Pacific War commemorated the end of World War II in D.C.
In the summer heat, anti-gun activists protested in front of the Capitol Hill office of the NRA, making their case for greater gun control to combat the ease with which those wanting to kill obtain guns.
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