The nation’s capital is a mess economically, homicides are up and protests are violent. Trump’s law and order signals, however, will hardly earn him Washington’s electoral support since it's solidly ...
Mourners pay respects as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose for the second day under the portico at the ...
Reopened at the end of June, The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC not only meets city regulations – but also those outlined by the hotel brand’s Lead with Care program. While perks ...
This pandemic is the worst crisis to hit the aviation industry in the history of commercial aviation. Congress passed the Payroll Support Program to save jobs and stabilize our industry. It has been ...
Good news! Marijuana is legal for both recreational and medical use in Washington, DC. Learn about the current weed laws on ...
National litigation law firm, DiCello Levitt Gutzler LLC, announced a significant expansion with the hiring of Frank Amanat and Bruce Bernstein.
For seventeen years Winstanley has focused his multi-disciplined firm on projects of distinction in multiple project types. A few prestigious projects in Washington, DC include the Global War on ...
(Emily Leayman/Patch) WASHINGTON, DC — The appeal of living near a Metro station comes with a price tag, as DC area residents know. But year-to-year changes in average rent prices can vary by ...
A group of young Black Lives Matters protesters harassed several white diners in Washington, DC, on Monday night for not raising their fists in solidarity. One of the dramatic scenes, which has ...
Riggs Washington DC in the Penn Quarter area has reopened. It’s been a challenging year for the hospitality business, and in a way, more so for Riggs. Soon after its grand opening in February ...
WASHINGTON, DC —Students from Washington, D.C. high schools have been named 2021 National Merit Scholarship semifinalists, taking the first step in securing a scholarship in the competitive ...
President Donald Trump, left, pays respects as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose for the second day ...