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.
Homelessness is a nationwide concern, but is especially prevalent in Washington D.C. Last week, near the affluent neighborhood of Georgetown, city officials dismantled a tent city that had sprouted up under a freeway underpass. NewsHour looks at some of those…
By Victoria Pasquantonio
Nearly 300 au pairs from host families throughout the Northeast traveled to Washington D.C. over the weekend as part of the government’s three-decade long cultural exchange program--and to make sure they fulfilled education credits mandated by the U.S. State Department.
By Alexandra Sarabia
Councilmembers in the District of Columbia introduced the Universal Paid Leave Act of 2015 on Tuesday, which could make the nation’s capital the first city to offer paid family and medical leave for nearly all its residents.
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
Washington's newest giant panda cub is nameless no more. Call him Bei Bei. Michelle Obama and her Chinese counterpart, Peng Liyuan, revealed the name Friday during a tour of the panda house at the Smithsonian's National Zoo.
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
Crumbs & Whiskers has everything you would expect of a typical café -- drinks, a selection of baked goods, and plenty of places to chill or work. They also have resident cats.
By Colleen Shalby
The National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., turned their Great Hall into a massive beach complete with an ocean made of 700,000 to 1 million translucent plastic balls.
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