America's treasure house of memories -- the Smithsonian Institution -- got really jazzy this week. It picked up John Coltrane's saxophone.
The Cherry Blossom Festival has begun with Family Days. Expect the peak bloom April 8 through April 12, says the National Park Service.
The circus is in town, and it is still the greatest -- and maybe even the largest -- show in the world.
Whatever your political leaning, it is always quite the scene at the annual event known as CPAC, short for the Conservative Political Action Conference. This year, it was held in Maryland at National Harbor.
At the Smithsonian, a taste of Mardi Gras from New Orleans -- let the good times roll before Lent begins.
If you are planning a spring break, summer vacation or honeymoon, you should have been at Travel and Adventure Show over the weekend.
Japanese-American World War II veterans were honored by a Congressional Gold Medal a few years ago. It is now on display at the Museum of American History.
A look at the birthday parade for hometown hero, George Washington, in Alexandria, Va., once part of Washington, D.C.
It was cold enough to freeze your a-- off, but nearly naked runners did it for charity, after all, around Capitol Hill.
Best known for breaking Babe Ruth's home-run record, Hank Aaron was in town over the weekend to celebrate his 80th birthday and enjoy some artistic honors.
Thousands descended on Chinatown in Washington D.C. on a seasonably warm Sunday Feb 2 to welcome the Chinese Lunar ...
As always, the U.S. Capitol was quite the scene during the Jan. 28 State of the Union Address.
For those in the annual "March for Life" outside the Supreme Court Building, Jan. 22, 1973, remains a dark day which legalized abortion in the U.S.
Bao Bao made her public debut at the National Zoo this weekend to the delight of zoo visitors.
Starting a new tradition, the Smithsonian puts the first lady's gown from President Obama's second inauguration on exhibit.