by Alan Pyke Sep 3, 2014
Amid economic boom times for many in the Washington, D.C. area, its growing homeless population faces an even tougher winter.
by Jeff Spross Aug 6, 2014
"While no single wildfire can be said to be caused by climate change, climate change has been making the fire season in the U.S. longer and on average more intense," says a new White House video.
by Katie Valentine Jul 30, 2014
A new plan aims to reverse the river's long history of pollution.
by Jeff Spross Jul 30, 2014
State officials are considering both a cap-and-trade system and a carbon tax, in a move that would join them with California and some Canadian provinces in a coordinated effort.
by Scott Keyes Jul 25, 2014
It's now legal to smoke marijuana in the privacy of a Washingtonian's home. But the homeless still risk citation and arrest.
by Joanna M. Foster Jul 24, 2014
Severe thunderstorms have tamed record-breaking fires in Washington state, but now the threat of flash floods and landslides is growing in burned out areas.
by Katie Valentine Jul 21, 2014
The West has been wracked by wildfires and drought in recent months.
by Annie-Rose Strasser Jul 19, 2014
Ryan Shucard, press secretary for the congressman, allegedly brought a 9mm handgun and magazine into one of the House office buildings.
by Kiley Kroh Jul 18, 2014
Washington, DC's red Circulator buses are nearing the end of their operating life and the city is looking for a more sustainable alternative.
by Nicole Flatow Jul 17, 2014
Washington D.C.'s marijuana law passed after findings of a gaping racial disparity in arrests. But that racial disparity in policing won't just go away now.