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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The 48th edition of the D.C. tournament, which concluded Sunday, was notable for exciting matches and personal milestones.
The tournament continues through this Sunday's finals at the Rock Creek Park Tennis Center.
Despite threaening skies, thousands once again descended on the National Mall for a full day of July 4 festivities including ...
The reopening of the redesigned Milestones of Flight Hall was made possible by a $30-million gift from Boeing.
Hours after the two sides faced off on gun control, Congressional Republicans and Democrats played hardball at Nationals Park.
The founder and CEO of Amazon — and owner of the Washington Post — received the James Smithson Bicentennial Medal.
Participants held signs and the Gay Men's Chorus sang "We Shall Overcome."
Comic lovers, cosplayers, artists and vendors made the Washington Convention Center pop over the weekend at Awesome Con.
Summer rolled in along with the annual parade, concert and rally honoring our nation's veterans.
Polynesian navigator Nainoa Thompson and Senators Schatz and Hirono were among the speakers at the event, which also featured group singing and, naturally, hula.
Thousands of law enforcement officers and survivors gathered for Police Week in Washington D.C. to honor police killed in ...
The Friends of the National World War II Memorial and the National Park Service paid tribute to the Greatest Generation ...