Jeff Dufour, D.C. editor for UrbanDaddy.com
A Fairfax County representative is calling foul over a Metro-endorsed proposal he says gives Prince George's County the edge in an ongoing bid to host the FBI headquarters.
On a beautiful sunny Valentine's Day on Capitol Hill, the fur was flying, but not for the usual reasons.
The Redskins went on the defensive more than 20 years ago over the team's name. Now, it's happening again.
Responding Thursday to persistent questions about the Redskins' controversial moniker, team general manager Bruce Allen emphatically said the name would stay.
Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery launches new app to showcase US presidential portraits
It's been said that robins are a harbinger of spring, but many locals have been noticing more backyard American robins during the cold winter months.
Rabid fox bites woman in Washington's Rock Creek Park
For fans of coffee, art and shows like "iron Chef America," this is just the thing.
Richard Berendzen, director of NASA's Space Grant Consortium for D.C., says there's no chance an asteroid could catch astronomers off guard.
DC Water is holding auditions Friday from noon to 5 p.m. at the Bryant Street Pumping Station in Northwest.
A D.C. Superior Court Judge has decided to release redacted, partial transcripts of hearings in December and January related to the murder conviction for the killing of intern Chandra Levy.
There has been a rash of burglaries at college campuses at Georgetown University, American University, University of the District of Columbia and Gallaudet University since January.
Rescue groups from around the D.C. area brought more than 50 adoptable pets to show them off and highlight their plight at the Cannon House Office Building Thursday.
Robert Kennedy, Julian Bond among those arrested at White House protest over oil pipeline
Clinton Yates, a Washington Post Express editor and columnist for The Root DC, will join WTOP at 2 p.m. Friday to weigh in on the Redskins name controversy.
Spread the love this Valentine's Day. Children's National Medical Center is collecting valentines to cheer up children spending the day in the hospital.
"The Fifty Shades Trilogy" is a three-credit, 300-level American Studies course at American University focusing on "Fifty Shades of Grey" -- the book that inspired conversations about "mommy porn" and received both praise for dragging readers into a fantasy world and criticism for cluttering their minds with X-rated, erotic scenes.
WTOP's Kathy Stewart reports
A simple test can detect early signs of heart disease, but insurance does not not cover it. The chief of cardiology at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital calls it "a mammogram for the heart."