As Metro's Pandemic Task Force continues to monitor the threat of COVID-19, it has decided to shutdown additional stations to reduce the risk of exposure in the region.
As the threat of the coronavirus continues to grow, Metro has made several changes to its hours and daily functions throughout the DMV.
The recently announced travel suspension will restrict travel from Europe over the course of 30 days to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Museums across the region have closed until further notice due to the coronavirus. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get your cultural fix in from your couch.
From a stay inspired by female empowerment to “affordable luxury,” here are five new places to stay in the nation’s capital.
As news of travel bans and other coronavirus prevention measures spread, travelers hurried home—and now, the airports are becoming ghost towns.
The service provides an extra hand to families throughout the airport, including the dreaded security line.
For just one week, the nation’s largest and longest-running horticultural event will take over the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Find rotating art exhibitions, a coffee bar concept and seasonal rooftop pool at Viceroy Washington DC, set to open a block from 14th Street this summer.
Starting in March, locals can once again navigate between DC, Maryland and Virginia via boat.