By Laura Santhanam
A Washington, D.C.-area metro transit police officer has been arrested for trying to support the Islamic State group, the first time a U.S. officer has faced terror-related charges, according to federal law enforcement agencies Wednesday.
By PBS NewsHour
According to a new report, more than 40 million American households are spending a third of their income on rent, and housing shortages in major cities such as New York and San Francisco may ultimately lead to billions of dollars…
On Friday, the nation’s capital played host to dueling speeches from the polar-opposite presumptive presidential nominees. Though Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were mere miles away from one another geographically, their talking points -- and their audiences -- could not…
By Joshua Barajas
D.C. lawmakers approved a measure Tuesday that would raise the hourly minimum wage to $15, joining lawmakers in New York and California who have passed similar proposals in recent months.
By Larisa Epatko
At concerts, camera phones have replaced cigarette lighters to show audience appreciation. Here are five tricks of the trade by a professional concert photographer.
WASHINGTON -- In 1980, a nightclub opened in Washington, D.C., away from the tourists' Candie's sandals and Polaroid cameras, and among the bail bondsmen and porn shops.
Dog Tag Inc., named after military identification “dog tags,” is on a mission to help those who have served their country.
By Michael D. Regan
As Belgian authorities continue an expansive international investigation following last month’s terror attacks in Brussels that killed 32 people, new scrutiny is being given to security lapses that have occurred over the years at the country's nuclear facilities.
By Dominique Bonessi
As you gaze at this 360 degree video of the sun rising over the cherry blossoms in Washington, D.C., here are five facts about the Japanese flowers that you might not have known.
By Corinne Segal
Officials in New York City and Washington, D.C., bolstered security measures on Tuesday after explosions in the Brussels airport and subway killed dozens.
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