D.C. public relations exec David Bass has been identified as a suspect in the July 1 theft of liquor from Café MIlano. An MPD video of the crime went viral and helped the Post identify the suspect.
Local developer SB-Urban has pulled out of plans to convert the Latham Hotel in Georgetown into a "micro-unit" apartment building, choosing to sell the site instead.
The Metropolitan Police Department's Human Trafficking Unit has arrested 41 men in sting operations since July 14 for soliciting prostitution in D.C.
Men’s fashion is making a comeback, and it shows at New York City Fashion Week: Men’s. After running ...
After facing an investigation earlier this year over racial bias, the Georgetown University track program is being probed about allegations of sexual harassment and sexual assault.
A roundup of the most interesting news around the U.S. and Cuba restoring diplomatic ties on July 20.
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center reopened and resumed regular operations Monday afternoon after being shut down and searched by police for the larger part of the day due to a reported single gunshot on the campus.
Urban Chic's owner announced Thursday that the Wisconsin Ave. store is going out of business. As part of its closing sale, all items in stock start at 35 percent, so get over their quickly before savvy shoppers beat you to the punch.
The Metropolitan Police Department has discovered 3 dead bodies in Washington waterways this week, and has attributed the discovery of those bodies to recent bouts of heavy rain.
Restaurant Nora has long been a staple of the D.C. food scene, visited by a number of presidents and ...
Since vacations are for taking a step back from day-to-day life, take advantage of your time off this summer and ...
UN Women announced today that Georgetown University, along with Twitter, Oxford University and others, has made hard commitments towards furthering gender equality as part of the HeforShe campaign.
Comedian Dave Chappelle returned to Washington, D.C., Sunday to give the commencement address to his alma mater, Duke Ellington School for the Arts.
Public policy professor Emad Shahin has been sentenced to death in Egypt on charges of espionage. Luckily for him, he's safe in Washington, D.C., as a visiting professor at Georgetown University.