Former chief administrative law judge admits ethics violations, agrees to pay $20,000 fine
Donald Trump pledges to build one of world's finest hotels 4 blocks from White House
A second man was arrested for bringing a loaded hand gun to the Cannon Office Building just days after a congressional staffer was arrested for the same charge.
It seems like a new specialty fitness concept is popping up every other week in D.C. — possibly a byproduct of the region's permanent spot near the top of lists of the nation's fittest cities.
A U.S. Postal Service report ranks the nation's capital No. 1 -- for late mail delivery.
It was meant to start a dialogue about the growing issues facing the dilapidated McDowell County, West Virginia -- an area once at a population height of 100,000 is now steeped in poverty.
Sports movies are not like every other kind of Hollywood movie.
Could you live in a shipping container? More architects and developers are repurposing sea containers into homes. But don't worry; it's not as small as it sounds.
Could the decriminalization of marijuana in D.C. lead to renaming the area's famous group of museums the "Smithstonian"?
DC Democratic mayoral nominee to hold hearings on proposed soccer stadium for DC United
A new inspector general's report ranks the nation's capitol as No. 1 in the nation for late mail delivery.
Virginians may be grinning ear-to-ear after two cities in the commonwealth topped a list of the nation's happiest metropolitan areas.
As the Redskins head off to training camp, WTOP's Rob Woodfork discusses the outlook for the year ahead.
Murals are a way for the people in a city like D.C. to have a voice and an opinion that will, in turn, influence community involvement and urban aesthetics.
More than 170,000 teens around the country play lacrosse -- a lot of them, around here. And as their numbers rise, so too does the rate of injury.
The 12 must-eat breakfast sandwiches in America includes a local restaurant from D.C.
In little more than a week, six infants died in the District, a sudden spike that has prompted the Department of Health to begin an aggressive community intervention campaign.
It's a tale of second chances. Once home to drug users and vagrants, an abandoned home in Anacostia has been renovated and is ready to welcome new, full-time residents.
Library of Congress honors 'Piano Man' Billy Joel with Gershwin Prize for Popular Song
Summer isn't slowing down the D.C. restaurant openings, with the past week bringing a beer hall, a new downtown restaurant and bar, and a Chevy Chase lunch spot.
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