Man Shoots Himself Outside White House, Dies From InjuriesAuthorities said a man shot himself to death outside the White House on Saturday.
Rep. Mike Doyle: 'All In All, A Fair Compromise', To Reopen GovernmentOn Capitol Hill, the House has narrowly passed a sweeping bipartisan budget accord, ending an hours-long government shutdown.
Pentagon Says Trump Ordered Washington Military ParadePresident Donald Trump has asked the Pentagon to plan a grand parade of the U.S. armed forces in Washington this year to celebrate military strength.
Appeals Court To Re-Examine D.C. Sniper's Life SentencesThe life sentences given to a sniper who terrorized the D.C. region more than 15 years ago will be re-examined by a federal appeals court.
Authorities: Tip Led Police To Armed Man At DC Trump HotelA Pennsylvania physician who sent a text message about traveling to visit the president with a carload of weapons was arrested Wednesday at the Trump International Hotel in Washington after police found an assault-style rifle and handgun in his car, authorities said.
'People's Climate March' Takes On Trump's Policies On 100th DayThousands of people across the U.S. marched in rain, snow and sweltering heat Saturday to demand action on climate change.
Group To Hand Out Free Marijuana On Inauguration DayIf you're heading to Washington for Inauguration Day you might catch the strong smell of marijuana.
Thousands Join Anti-Trump Protests Around CountryThousands of protesters around the country took to the streets Wednesday to condemn the election of Donald Trump as president.
Trump's New DC Hotel Vandalized With Spray-Painted GraffitiDonald Trump's new luxury hotel in downtown Washington has been vandalized.
Locals Visiting D.C. Witness Capitol Shooting ChaosDozens of people, including kids, ran for cover Monday when a man pulled out what appeared to be a gun and an officer shot him at the Capitol Visitor's Center in Washington D.C.
Foodie's Guide To Washington, DCFood lover's guide to the best places for dining in the nation's capital.
Rep. Murphy 'Bitter' Over Lack Of Action On Mental Health BillThe killing of a TV news crew in Roanoke on Wednesday by what appears to have been done by a man with mental illness is the latest example for Pa. Congressman Tim Murphy of a mental health system that needs fixed. Murphy joined the KDKA Morning News to talk about his frustration over the lack of action by Congress and that his mental health bill (H.R. 2646) needs to become law before another tragedy.

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