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.
A veteran of some of D.C.'s most well-known kitchens is ready to run his own shop.
President Donald Trump would have handled United States-Ukraine relations differently, garnering the respect America deserves, the politically outspoken business mogul said on WTOP Tuesday.
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has a contract to sell his multimillion-dollar home
Ben's Chili Bowl opens its Reagan National Airport location Wednesday in the pre-security lower level of the B/C Terminal.
Wayne A. I. Frederick, Howard University's interim president, has been selected as the university's 17th president.
U.S. Park Police have released new images of a man suspected of sexually assaulting a woman in Glover Archbold Park in April.
Metro bus driver slashed by passenger
The Dutch embassy opens its doors to mourners Monday.
D.C. police arrested a rider who they say attacked a Metrobus driver with a knife Monday.
Judge says students, faculty can oppose merger of Corcoran Gallery with 2 larger institutions
A District of Columbia judge has declared that a 50-year-old man is innocent of a 1982 rape and slaying that put him in prison for 25 years.
After combing through the history of sports movies, WTOP has narrowed the field to the top 64 in a March Madness-style bracket.
The three new tarantulas at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History now have names.
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