Some DC museums, attractions to remain open, despite government shutdown
Marky Ramone, sole survivor of the longest-running lineup of punk pioneers The Ramones plays 9:30 Club Wednesday night. He is embracing the digital age to better connect with fans.
When shoppers enter a historic, converted house at 657 C St. SE in Eastern Market, they are greeted by a sage voice, emanating from a man who claims to be 103 years old.
Governance experts say it's no wonder our government is shutdown: Congress is mired in gridlock, budgets aren't passed on time and the president cannot get his nominations to high-ranking posts promptly approved.
It may not be at the top of the list of important things affected by the government shutdown, but for the Smithsonian Natural History Museum, a very special package could be delayed.
It's a big step forward for the Affordable Care Act and a lot of people have questions. The WTOP Answer Desk is here to help.
The National Park Service is readying signs and barricades to close down the memorials and monuments that line the National Mall in case of a government shutdown.
National Zoo's panda cam, other live cameras, would go dark in government shutdown
Coffee shops and WiFi go together. Most coffee houses offer a free connection to the Internet, but some customers abuse the perk. Now some cafe owners are fighting back.
Consumers are paying more fees to their banks than they were a few years ago as free checking accounts are more difficult to secure and as banks raise rates.
Universities in DC consider push to expand campus police powers into surrounding neighborhoods
Looking for a bouncing brindle ball of fun? Then look no further than Anika, a 4-month-old shepherd mix puppy.
How long does it take you to get an appointment with your doctor? If the Affordable Care Act goes into effect Jan. 1, 2014, as planned, bringing an estimated 20 million people into the health care system, it could take longer.
A guide for health care choices.
Dozens of lean, clean driving machines and dozens were on display in front of the Capitol on Sunday morning, as the owners of electric cars showed off their rides as part of National Plug In Day.
The price you pay at the pump is on its way down this fall.
Restaurants find shortage of trained workers in DC's growing food scene
A summit held at the Georgetown University Law Center encourages colleges and universities to take a more active role in investigating sexual assaults on campus.
It opened its doors in Washington in 1885. Since 1932, it's delighted visitors at its present site inside the Commerce Department. But Monday is the last day for the National Aquarium.
District police are looking for three men in connection with an armed robbery in Northwest.