Pennsylvania Avenue was festive this weekend, full of sights, sounds and tastes of Latino life in America along with arts, science and diplomacy.
The dozen murdered at the Washington Navy Yard were quietly honored by top military brass and government officials at the Navy Memorial Sept. 17.
As the world waits for the U.S. and President Obama to act on Syria's alleged use of chemical weapons, protestors take to the streets to protest any military action against the Arab nation.
The McLean Drama Company offers its prize-winners' work at the Woolly Mammoth, beginning Sept. 21.
March on Washington 50th anniversary celebrations drew crowds nearing 100,000.
U.S. Postal Service Launches new 1963 March on Washington Forever Stamp at Newseum Ceremony (photos)
The historic March on Washington earns a "forever" stamp, depicting protestors in 1963.
From the Lincoln Memorial to the Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial and the Washington Monuments, marchers celebrated and continued the accomplishments and ideals of 1963's March on Washington.
"Spirit of '45 Day" honors the ordinary heroes of World War II but also saluted the late Senators Daniel Inouye and Frank Lautenberg Aug. 11.
The Citi Open Tennis Tournament gave D.C. a great week of tennis.
Fans get close to the aces and action as the Citi Open Tennis Tournament begins with qualifying rounds in Rock Creek's H.G. Fitzgerald Tennis Center.
As a new exhibit opens at the NGA, the Russian Ballet performed dance excerpts this past Sunday.
After a week long vigil, it finally happened. I am not here referring to a special birthday in the U ...
D.C., like many places across the nation, saw a rally that asked for "Justice for Trayvon," after the not guilty verdict.
Bastille Day was celebrated at Paul Bakery downtown with a race, where the batons were baguettes. Mais bien sûr.
There are many places across America to celebrate the Fourth of July. We think Washington, D.C., is the best place to do just that.