Published: June 11, 2021
Just a few months ago, crypto enthusiasts were hopeful that Washington was warming to digital assets. But cyberattacks demanding bitcoin ransoms, wild trading and rebukes from regulators have eroded their optimism.
Published: May 22, 2021
WASHINGTON - The first indication Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg was a bit more amped than usual came when Manager Dave Martinez recounted the right-handers demeanor upon learning he would be starting Friday for the first time in more than month.
Published: March 29, 2021
WASHINGTON - Echoing the sentiments of many Americans itching to get out after a year of hibernation, Washington's cherry blossoms burst Sunday into full-on cotton-candy splendor, several days earlier than predicted.
Published: February 27, 2021
WASHINGTON - Investigators have uncovered video appearing to show someone spraying a chemical irritant at Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick and other law enforcement personnel fending off rioters in last month's attack, though they have yet to identify the person or tie the activity directly to Sicknick's death, according to people familiar with the matter.
Published: December 12, 2020
WASHINGTON -- The tension and violence at last month's "Million MAGA March" has cast a long shadow, with ideologically opposed groups facing off again Saturday in the nation's capital as police try to walk a line somewhere in between.
Published: August 02, 2020
He had five days to move out of the house in Brightwood Park, and now Daniel Vought stood looking at the plastic crates stacked in the living room holding his things. T-shirts. Power cords. Pokémon cards and stuffed animals. His beloved guitar - a Gibson Explorer electric - still hung on the wall. He figured it would be safer staying behind.