A woman is suing the GW Hospital for $5 million, alleging that the hospital wrongfully barred her from the property for five years after an incident on Dec. 9.
Mayor Muriel Bowser penned a letter to President Donald Trump Wednesday urging him to end the government shutdown.
The Metro’s Blue, Silver and Orange lines will experience single-tracking delays this weekend before extended operations for New Year’s Eve.
By the end of July 2019, drivers will no longer be allowed to make a right on red at 22nd and G streets NW and 22nd and I streets NW.
GW researchers were given a $1.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the genes associated with Branchiootorenal spectrum disorders.
The District’s Department of Behavioral Health is spearheading a plan to cut opioid-related deaths in half by late 2020.
The District Department of Transportation plans to more than double the number of dockless bikes and scooters on D.C. streets in 2019.
The Student Association sent a survey to freshmen Monday gauging the need for a mandatory first-year course covering the ins and outs of campus life.
Tickets to see Ben Shapiro, a conservative political commentator, on campus next month sold out in 10 minutes Friday.
Researchers from the School of Medicine and Health Sciences received $3.1 million to study the risk of heart disease in individuals with HIV.