WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley reviews "When the Game Stands Tall."
Man charged in biting attack at Chicago's Lollapalooza music festival that wounded 2 men
Kathy Griffin says she wants booty challenge with Nicki Minaj and Grammy win for new comedy CD
Artist Christo says Colorado river project in a 'stand-still situation' amid legal challenges
Recalls this week include bean bag chairs, convertible cribs, children's water bottles
South Carolina trooper who arrested NFL lineman Sam Montgomery during traffic stop is fired
South Carolina trooper who arrested NFL lineman Sam Montgomery during traffic stop fired
Tom Hanks says women deserve grass fields at World Cup; actor wants artificial turf cast away
Costa Rica not amused by Swedish comedy show's use of national anthem
Elizabeth Hurley is crowned Queen of England in lavish new E! drama series
Veteran music agent Peter Grosslight, who worked with the Eagles, Tom Petty, dead at 68
It's over for singer Mariah Carey and her husband of six years, Nick Cannon.
Stallone, Schwarzenegger to promote 'Expendables' franchise in Asia
India blocks release of film on Indira Gandhi's killing, says it glorifies her assassins
'Motown the Musical' to take a break from Broadway; closing in January and to reopen in 2016
Metropolitan Opera, remaining unions reach labor agreements; season starts Sept. 22
The Maryland Renaissance Festival will enter its 38th year this season. Despite its prestige, the fest is really a family affair.
Man accused of killing cousin over 'Fast and Furious' DVDs cites 'stand your ground' law
Review: Baseball does online right, as long as you overlook video blackouts
MLB online chief optimistic on relaxing blackouts on hometown teams, possibly by next season
Dominican Republic bans concert by Miley Cyrus, saying her actions 'go against morals'
Guide on Animal Planet's 'Wild West Alaska' pleads guilty to hunting violations, fined $8,000
Who you calling a drama? Emmy hopefuls choose the category that boosts odds of winning
Accuser of 'X-Men' director says he can't find new lawyer, seeks dismissal of Hawaii case
Film Review: 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" dives back into a noir abyss
In Northeast D.C.'s Langdon Park, the memorial area will feature a performance space, sustainable irrigation system and toy instruments.
Actor Chris Pratt plays a hero in the new "Guardians of the Galaxy" film, but he was a real-life hero when he recently visited sick children at a hospital -- all while decked out in his costume from the movie.
Police say 2 American flags swiped from Brooklyn Bridge in stunt are back in US
Corcoran Gallery exhibits now free to public; now part of National Gallery of Art
US inspector general finds Beyonce, Jay-Z Cuba visit to Cuba was legal educational trip
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