- The Washington Post "The Washington Post is a leading American daily newspaper. It is the most widely circulated newspaper published in Washington, D.C., and oldest extant in the area, founded in 1877. Located in the capital city of the United States, The Post has a particular emphasis on national politics. Daily editions are printed for the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. The newspaper is published as a broadsheet, with photographs printed both in color and in black and white. In 2008, Marcus Brauchli replaced long-time executive editor Leonard Downie, Jr., serving publisher Katharine Weymouth."...
- The Washington Times "The Washington Times was founded in 1982 by News World Communications, an international media conglomerate associated with the Unification Church which also owns newspapers in South Korea, Japan, and South America, as well as the news agency United Press International. Bo Hi Pak, the chief aide of church founder and leader Sun Myung Moon, was the founding president and the founding chairman of the board. Moon asked Richard L. Rubenstein, a rabbi and college professor who had written on the Holocaust, to serve on the board of directors." ...
- Roll Call
- The Hill
- Stars and Stripes
The Current Newspapers, Capitol Hill, Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom, Georgetown, Chevy Chase and Upper Northwest
- District Chronicles District Chronicles is a weekly newspaper by and for the many college students who live here. Most of the articles are particular to students and cover college consortiums, university involvement in the community, and university sports. The events calendar details exhibits, nightlife, workshops, and tours for twenty-somethings. Editorials, news features, and music reviews also discuss local and national issues.
- In-Towner Dupont Circle, Logan Circle and Adams Morgan
- Hill Rag Capitol Hill
- East of the River Anacostia
- DC North Northeast Washington
- Mid City Community News
- The Southwester The Southwester is a neighborhood paper serving the Southwest and Capitol Riverfront area of Washington, DC. It acts as a vehicle for disseminating news and information to the local residents. It is the cement which binds this neighborhood and is a community bulletin board.
- The Georgetown Dish
- GW Hatchet The George Washington University
- The Hilltop Howard University
- The Hoya Georgetown University
- The Georgetown Voice Georgetown University(weekly)
- The Eagle American University
- The Tower Catholic University of America (Website not available when I was researching. Suggest you Google "The Tower" yourself)
- DC Watch DC Watch is an online magazine that covers local city politics and public affairs in DC. In addition to articles about political issues and politicians, DC Watch features resources for civic activists and background material on legislation and current events in DC. Their site includes the content of their current issue, archives, and an extensive paragraph of links to other new reports about DC available on the web.
- Washingtonian Magazine (monthly)
- National Journal (weekly)
- Metro Weekly, LGBT (weekly) Metro Weekly is a weekly paper for DC's gay community. Although it begins with a few articles about national politics, most of the paper is dedicated to entertainment. The paper includes pictures from past events, listings of upcoming events, and reviews of theater, film, and music. The Metro Weekly also features major events with more in-depth articles.
- Governing (monthly)
Other Interesting Sites and Blogs
- Dupont Circle Reflections Covers Dupont Circle and other DC Neighborhoods, local news, government, tourism, and lots of other information.
- Prince of Petworth
- The Common Denominator The print edition of The Common Denominator is available on microfilm in the Washingtoniana Collection of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library and in the library of The Historical Society of the District of Columbia.
- The Corner Forum The Corner Forum is a bi-weekly participatory neighborhood newsletter (delivered door-to-door, mailed and posted online) for people living or working in Northeast DC on the 1200 or 1300 blocks of E Street, on the 400 or 500 blocks of 13th Street, or on Emerald Street or Duncan Place, and for others interested in reading about our community.
First posted: Apr 6, 2014, 2014
Last update: Jan 20, 2020