Besides the many weekend parties, lots of other Santa Clauses were seen around town for the annual Santarchy get-together.
The day that did "live in infamy," Pearl Harbor Day was remembered in D.C. at the U.S. Navy Memorial.
It is officially Christmastime in Washington: the Obamas lit the National Christmas Tree Dec. 6 on the Ellipse.
Becoming a Georgetown tradition, the Holiday Pop Shop brought friends and shoppers to Tony & Joe's this year with a nice selection of gifts.
Two more December celebrations mark the yuletide in Washington: The Christmas trees at the Capitol and Union Station.
The Hoyas moved ahead in the second half to defeat Lipscomb University's Bisons at the Verizon Center, 70-49.
Hanukkah came early this year, as the National Menorah on the Ellipse was lit the night before Thanksgiving.
After a trip from Washington State, the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree arrived at the Capitol Nov. 25. It will be lit Dec. 3.
On Nov. 22, 50 years to the day of his assassination, President Kennedy was honored by family members, officials and citizens at his grave in Arlington Cemetery.
The National Press Club's 36th book fair raised money for journalism scholarships -- and showed off several titles that focused on the presidents, past and present.
Whatever the weather, cold, cool or warm, the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Ice Rink is now open through mid-March.
"Homage," complementing "Dancing the Dream," opened at the National Portrait Gallery on Sunday.
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebellius took a grilling from Congress on the broken HealthCare.gov -- and we have the photos to prove it.
It was perfect weather during the morning of Oct. 27 for running -- and viewing -- the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., and Washington, D.C.