Category-1 Gas Leak Gets Early Morning Attention

The continuing gas leak problems in Georgetown will be the focus of a May 15 public hearing at the 1325 G St. NW offices of the DC Public Service Commission.

The Current Newspaper to Fold

The move to Chapter 7 means liquidation of assets and the end of the more than 50-year-old company, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last year.

Activists Stand Firm at Venezuelan Embassy

A planned press conference this morning, Thursday, April 25, brought out several Secret Service vehicles to keep an eye on the lively but peaceful event.

Muriel Bowser Re-Inaugurated as D.C. Mayor

In getting reelected, Bowser followed in the big footsteps of Marion Barry and Anthony Williams, the only D.C. mayors to win reelection, a feat that not even her mentor Adrian Fenty was able to pull off.          

Farewell to Bush ’41’: His Character Counted

George H.W. Bush's presidency — his legacy — was astonishingly thick with events that others might not have handled nearly as well. 

The Latest Rock Star: Michelle!

In "Becoming," Michelle Obama talks about her Chicago roots, her law career, her miscarriage, in vitro fertilization, balancing motherhood, the White House years and her distaste for President Donald Trump.

Exorcist Steps Up for Landmark Status

On Nov. 15, the District’s Historic Preservation Review Board will consider an application to make the Exorcist Steps a historic landmark, similar to but not on par with the presidential and war memorials.

G.U. Professor on Leave After Hateful Tweet

In a tweet during the Brett Kavanaugh hearings, C. Christine Fair, an associate professor at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, celebrated the imaginary deaths of Republican senators.

Stormy Daniels, Unlikely Hero

For some, the evening was a sign of the changing times. For others, like our writer, it was a refreshing break from days of watching the Kavanaugh hearings.

D.C. Rises Early for the Royal Wedding

Excitement built at 7 a.m. at the Ritz-Carlton in the West End as all attention turned to the three large TV monitors live-streaming the wedding from Windsor Castle.