Official Washington toasted five titans of the performing arts Sunday night at the 33rd annual Kennedy Center Honors, the nation's primary assemblage of entertainment and political aristocracy.
D.C.'s Arena Stage unveils its renovated Kogod Cradle theater with a peek into the mysterious burnings of African-American churches in Alabama during 1996.
Take two opinionated women of politically opposite stripes, confine them to an isolated corner of an airport during an endless weather delay, and what do you get?
The combatants in the battle over proposed changes to the retransmission consent law squared off before a Senate subcommittee Wednesday during a rare lame-duck hearing filled with frustrated…
If you come to Washington, D.C., without a moral compass, you won't find it here," joked MSNBC host Chris Matthews at the capital screening of "Casino Jack."