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Cupid’s Undie Run Marks 10th Year in D.C. (photos)

On Feb. 10, several hundred hardy individuals jogged along city streets wearing nothing but their underwear to raise money for charity in D.C.'s Cupid’s Undie Run.

The Unraveling of Virginia

Ever since Friday, the local media were loudly notifying us every time another shoe dropped. It all began on Friday, the first day of Black History Month, no less.

State of the Union Speech Dominated by Women

When the president acknowledged their historic numbers in Congress, the entire block of white-clothed Democratic women leaped up from their seats and started cheering.

Inside the State of the Union (photos)

Photographer Jeff Malet shares a gallery of his photos from inside the House Chamber at President Donald J. Trump's State of the Union speech on Feb. 5.

Business Ins & Outs: Mono Diner, Dent Place Market, Glover Park Starbucks

In: Mono Diner on Wisconsin Mono Diner at 1424 Wisconsin Ave. NW is set to open in late February after months of delays. We originally reported...

Venezuelan Embassy in Limbo

The seeming deserted building posted signs that read "no Consular Service until further notice" and a note to postal workers and delivery services asks them to ring the door bell and wait for a response.

Last Chance: Gordon Parks at the National Gallery

“Gordon Parks: The New Tide, Early Works 1940-1950,” on view through Feb. 18, offers direct vantage into an era when the government sponsored art projects on a national scale.

Cross MacKenzie’s Last Picture Shows on Book Hill

Co-owners Rebecca Cross and her husband, photographer Maxwell MacKenzie, are relocating the gallery to their new home in Hillsboro, Virginia.

More of the Same for the Patriots

Sunday's game seemed like the last set in a three-part package — all three featuring a devastating, almost perfectly executed touchdown drive that was nearly awe-inspiring in its efficiency.     

Management of Highbridge Apartments — Formerly the Georgetown Retirement Complex — Accused of Scam

The would-be first leasee forwarded all the documents to D.C.’s attorney general, who, she was told, has started an investigation.