Nearly 6,200 graduates, joined by friends and family members, celebrated their hard work and accomplishments at Commencement on the National Mall.
Thousands of protesters gathered at the Supreme Court Tuesday after a POLITICO published a leaked draft of a decision to overturn Roe v. Wade Monday night.
Hundreds of protesters gathered near the Supreme Court after leaked documents showed the court voted to strike down the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.
The GWU Sikh Student Association hosted a gathering in Kogan Plaza featuring a horse, music, dancers and food to showcase traditional Punjabi culture Sunday.
COAL + ICE, a large-scale immersive photography exhibit, will be open through the end of the week at The John F. Kennedy Center.
Sections of the United States Botanic Garden, which were previously closed due to COVID-19, opened back up to the public on April 1 just in time for a wave of spring visitors.
This year marks the 110-year anniversary of the gift of friendship the city was given by Japan in 1912.
Corgi owners and enthusiasts alike came to the Jefferson Memorial to convene for the Cherry Blossom Festival.
Just two candidates showed up to the start of this year’s SA postering day, a kickoff event that used to be a literal race between campaigns.
Demonstrators have gathered outside the White House over the last week, protesting Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.