Monday, April 22 is Earth Day, an annual celebration of our planet and a day of environmental acknowledgement and awareness.
Congress approves bill allowing DC mayor to appoint interim CFO
New statistics from the Labor Department show the nation's capital gained 2,900 jobs in March.
When is a video game considered more than entertainment? When it's part of a revolutionary way to treat chronic pain in children.
After fighting with the D.C. DMV for two years, a local man was finally able to convince the District they ticketed the wrong vehicle.
National Archives hosts former talk show host Dick Cavett for discussion of his career, book
The Cherry Blossom Festival has officially ended, but there is certainly no shortage of events happening in the D.C. region.
Three years ago, the idea of the District government carrying earthquake insurance was not exactly front and center on anybody's mind. But that was before we all realized earthquakes can happen here. And they can cause damage.
WTOP has won three regional Edward R. Murrow awards including a win for best investigative reporting for a large-market radio station.
The most recent discovery was made Wednesday afternoon in the Georgetown area of the Potomac River. It was floating in the water west of the Key Bridge.
Library of Congress wins special Grammy Award for work to preserve historic audio recordings
Authorities say the body of a man was found in the Potomac River in the Georgetown area.
A federal judge has denied a request from former D.C. Council chairman Kwame Brown to travel out of state.
Hungry for something new? Nycci Nellis dishes on a handful of restaurants that recently opened in the D.C. area.
Mayor announces pay raises for more than 20,000 DC government workers
Under new FDA guidelines, consumers will know from the sunscreen label whether the product is broad spectrum and protects against skin cancer or whether it will just help prevent a sunburn.
Kennedy Center producing new musical 'Little Dancer' with Broadway team, inspired by sculpture
A union representing postal workers says the U.S. Postal Service waited hours to alert workers that they may have been exposed to the dangerous poison ricin.
A body was discovered and pulled from the Potomac River in Washington on Wednesday.
D.C.-area rents are higher than those in New York, Los Angeles and Boston, according to data from the 2010 federal census.