John Donnelly, the chief of D.C. Fire and EMS, said FEMS responders transported six people to a hospital with non-life-threatening respiratory issues.
Capitol Hill Books looks like a small bookstore nestled in a tiny white brick building, but behind its mellow exterior lies an adored social media presence.
South African political commentators and journalists spoke about topics like the state of democracy and the energy crisis in South Africa.
CNN hosted an event with journalists who discussed policies that could influence the 2022 midterm elections at the School of Media and Public Affairs Wednesday.
Students said the process of updating personal information within GW’s systems like G Suite to reflect their gender identity is disorganized and confusing.
Looking down upon the National Mall or across the Potomac River into Arlington, here are a few rooftop bars to check out for the ultimate sunset view.
Author Daniel Pink spoke at the Charles E. Smith Center Wednesday as part of GW’s 2022 Orientation Week for freshmen students.
The pedestrian who died after being struck by a driver on the 2100 block of Virginia Avenue was identified by the Metropolitan Police Department Thursday.
The firefighters accuse FEMS of being “a hostile work environment for Black women firefighters” by limiting pay increases and promotion opportunities.
The Bipartisan Policy Center announced an August 1 debate between Sen. Rob Portman and Sen. Chris Murphy at the Jack Morton Auditorium.