The lone survivor of a deadly lightning strike outside the White House a few weeks ago is now speaking out about her experience to FOX 5 DC.
A man drove his car into a barricade near the U.S. Capitol early Sunday and then began firing gunshots in the air from the burning car before fatally shooting himself, police said.
A young, gay couple tells FOX 5 they were attacked in D.C.’s Shaw neighborhood simply due to their sexual orientation.
DC Police have confirmed three people have died after four people were struck by lightning Thursday evening near the White House.
DC's request for the National Guard to provide assistance with the transportation and reception of migrants arriving on busses in the region has been denied.
He's tested positive for COVID-19 for the second straight day, in what appears to be a rare case of “rebound” following treatment with an anti-viral drug.
Tears and emotions erupted inside a D.C. Superior Courtroom Friday after a judge ordered 48-year-old Shanteari Weems to be held without bail.
The conversation between the leaders comes as President Joe Biden aims to find new ways to work with China and contain its influence around the world.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has backed out of teaching a seminar at George Washington University's law school in the nation's capital, following student protests and the university's statement of support for the conservative justice's role on campus.
Former President Donald Trump will return to Washington on Tuesday for the first time since leaving office, delivering a speech on crime before an allied think tank that has been crafting an agenda for a possible second term.
A statue of Amelia Earhart will be unveiled at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, commemorating her accomplishments as the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean and her influential advocacy for women’s equal rights.
Committee members hope to learn more about Ginni Thomas’ effort to keep Trump in office and the potential conflicts of interest for Clarence Thomas as a result on Jan. 6 cases that have come before the court.
An infant in D.C. tested positive for monkeypox, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The 15-year recommended sentence is nearly three times the length of the longest sentence among more than 200 defendants sentenced for crimes related to the U.S. Capitol riot.
The House committee investigating the U.S. Capitol attack subpoenaed the Secret Service on Friday night for text messages agents reportedly deleted around Jan. 6, 2021, as the panel probes Donald Trump’s actions at the time of the deadly siege.
Steve Bannon was indicted last year on two counts of criminal contempt of Congress. He previously argued that his testimony is protected by former President Donald Trump’s claim of executive privilege.
Over 30 years after a U.S.-led international military coalition expelled occupying Iraqi troops from Kuwait, planners have broken ground on the long-simmering plans for a Gulf War memorial.
Supporters of the Women's March have climbed a crane in D.C., unveiling a banner calling on President Joe Biden to "protect abortion, protesting the recent Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, according to a press release.
A demonstrator scaled the Frederick Douglass Bridge in Washington, D.C. Friday morning following the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.
The White House has been preparing for this moment since a draft of the decision leaked in May.