Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday is responding to angry tweets from actor Seth Rogen and director Judd Apatow, after Hornaday's op-ed about the YouTube video made by Isla Vista, California mass murderer Elliot Rodger.
Oakley is a very handsome hound mix who is in search of a loving home.
A vandal armed with a black marker is leaving a mark in a Northwest D.C. neighborhood.
The perfect man may be hard to find. But renting him is easy.
A woman was attacked in the Glover Park area of Northwest early Saturday morning, police say.
Since its reopening earlier this month, the Washington Monument's elevator has been plagued with repeated problems, resulting in delays, closures and even the temporary stranding of a tour guide.
A veteran pays tribute through memorization and 11 hours of writing.
A grassroots leader for D.C. statehood says the creation of the 51st state could ultimately result in a commuter tax but that it shouldn't prevent congressional approval.
Metro buses and trains running on Sunday schedule for Memorial Day
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley takes a look at "Fort Bliss" at the G.I. Film Festival.
The roar of motorcycles can be heard around the nation's capital.
A group of soldiers ran 170 miles to raise money for wounded warriors.
More than 500,000 Americans died during World War I and World War II. Of that number, more than 200,000 are buried in places like France and Luxembourg.
Overall, the price is 8 cents higher than this time a year ago, when the price was $3.58.
A 7-year-old girl was one of two people shot in the District on Tuesday evening.
For the first time ever, Vietnam War veterans will include the names of victims from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
On Saturday, veteran Ben King led a yoga and meditation event at Arlington National Cemetery.
Though it's a federal holiday, you'll have to pay to park outside Nationals Park.
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