U.S. Secret Service officials say they arrested three people in Washington, D.C. on Inauguration Day.
After weathering months of pandemic-related restrictions and closures, businesses in D.C.'s Central Business District now find themselves navigating several days of inauguration security closures.
On the cusp of an "unprecedented" inauguration, the D.C.’s National Mall is arrayed with a stunning display.
The FBI is warning that a man suspected of planting two pipe bombs the day of the attack on the U.S. Capitol is still at large.
The pandemic has reached new heights in the nation's capital.
A 15-year veteran of the U.S. Capitol Police has taken his life after responding to Wednesday's deadly riot in the halls of Congress.
DC officials are looking at additional security measures leading up to Inauguration Day in the wake of the mayhem that erupted on Capitol Hill last week.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is working to track down protesters who stormed the United States Capitol last week.
District residents are urging short-term rental hosts to keep their properties vacant following news of another right-wing riot in the works.
One day after chaos enveloped the Capitol Hill neighborhood,
DC Attorney General Karl Racine took federal authorities to task on Thursday morning over their handling of the chaos that enveloped the US Capitol building on Wednesday afternoon.
Police nationwide and here at home are becoming targets for criminals and violent assaults. From an officer in New York City being doused with water to police in Southeast having fireworks aimed in their direction — the District's top cop admits policing is not what it once was.
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