House Majority Whip Scalise Returns To Work At CapitolThe congressman who was shot during a baseball practice in June is returning to work at the Capitol after three months in the hospital and at a rehabilitation facility.
Trump Away But Still Focus Of Competing Rallies In DCPresident Donald Trump skipped town for the weekend but that didn't stop protesters from making him the focus of competing rallies in the nation's capital that highlighted the stark political divisions in the United States.
Elon Musk: High-Speed Tunnel From NY To DC In 29 MinutesTech pioneer Elon Musk says he has "verbal government approval" to build a tunnel for high-speed transportation from New York to Washington, D.C. that could break ground by the end of this year.
Journalists Honor Press Freedom At A Dinner Without TrumpThere were few surprises but plenty of laughs in Washington D.C. on Saturday night.
Busy Year For Protests Could Cost Washington MillionsThe major protests that have greeted President Trump's first year in office are set to return in force, continuing an already expensive year for city officials who work to keep people safe during mass gatherings.
Washington Monument Closed Indefinitely Over Elevator Issue The Washington Monument has been closed down indefinitely due to ongoing problems with its elevator system.
Foodie's Guide To Washington, DCFood lover's guide to the best places for dining in the nation's capital.
Florida House Panel Oks Bill To Remove Confederate StatueFlorida is looking to replace the statue of a Confederate general house in Washington, D.C.
Lottery Draws New Sales RecordThe urge for the instant gratification of Florida's lucky number and scratch-off games continues to grow.
Florida Gyrocopter Pilot Returns Home, Awaits HearingA mail carrier has returned to his home in Florida, where he'll wait for his next hearing after flying his gyrocopter onto the U.S. Capitol lawn.
White House: Cuba Is Being Removed From Sponsors Of Terrorism ListCuba is being removed from a list of state sponsors of terrorism, the White House announced Tuesday, prompting backlash from a South Florida Republican and presidential candidate.
Marco Rubio Looks To Defy The Odds Once AgainIn 2009 when Marco Rubio announced he was running for Senate he did it on Spanish television.