A WTOP poll took the pulse of the area after the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office canceled the 'Skins trademark registration.
Recycled smartphones are being turned into detection devices, to help protect endangered rainforests from illegal logging activity and animal poaching.
As the sun beats down on the gated baseball diamonds inside the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy, half the campers are outside honing their hitting skills, while the other half are inside defining the acronym S.T.E.M.
Smithsonian's Postal Museum opens new exhibit showing items from 2001 anthrax attacks in DC
Subway is a 2-year-old from Mississippi, and he's looking for his forever home.
The District comes in at No. 3 on a its of Top 10 Cities for Singles.
Lisa Foreman got a ticket, even though she parked under a green sign. Now she wants the fine rescinded.
More than 100 kids from east of the Anacostia River participating in Nationals' summer program
A $300 million stadium in D.C. carries a big price tag -- are Washingtonians ready to spend it?
During the afternoon and evening of Friday June 29, 2012, an intense, line of thunderstorms raced eastward at nearly 60 mph from the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic coast and pummeled the greater Washington area.
It's a way to push lawmakers to pass wider immigration reform.
In free speech case, court rules for Washington tour guides who challenged license regulations
If you're headed to a D.C. United game this weekend at RFK Stadium, you'll be sharing the parking lot with lions, tigers, wolves and camels.
Police are investigating a homicide that occurred early Friday in Southwest D.C.
Drudge, creator of drudgereport.com, gave a rare interview on Friday when he stopped by the glass-enclosed nerve center and sat down with Hillary Howard and Shawn Anderson.
Police are investigating the death of a man after finding his body in Lower Senate Park Friday afternoon.
A D.C. councilwoman tells WTOP that she will press for answers.
D.C. gelato maker Dolcezza is gearing up for a busy summer — and not just because of all the people looking to beat the heat with frozen treats.
WTOP's Mike Murillo reports
A number of school systems, non-profits and other organizations make sure that kids don't suffer a "nutrition gap" when school is out.
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