Daniel Keyes, novelist whose "Flowers for Algernon" is a classroom staple, dies at 86
£5 sterling coins will be manufactured in honor of Prince George's first birthday.
Third part of 'De La Guarda' trilogy, 'Wayra,' to open in summer at Daryl Roth Theatre in NYC
Chiefs quarterback Aaron Murray has rooting interest in ABC's dating show 'The Bachelorette'
Adelaide Clemens keeps the faith as God's troubled servant on SundanceTV thriller 'Rectify'
New Atlanta civil rights museum also explores rights struggles for women, LGBT, immigrants
Amazon is about to jump into smartphones; can it compete with the big players?
Nigerian censors want cuts, say movie 'Half of a Yellow Sun' could hurt national security
Jennifer Weiner and fans bond at New York reading as she promotes new novel, 'All Fall Down'
S. Epatha Merkerson, Lillias White to team up for Billy Porter's off-Broadway play
Sacha Modolo wins Tour de Suisse 5th stage after Mark Cavendish crashes within sight of line
Japan outlaws possession of child pornography, but excludes manga, anime, computer graphics
HBO's vampire drama 'True Blood' is headed for a musical afterlife
Plan for Amsterdam Holocaust monument on hold after citizens say: not in my back yard
Metropolitan Opera cancels global simulcast to cinemas of 'Klinghoffer'
Kevin Hart realizes he's now the old guy at the nightclub while shooting a movie in Las Vegas
Pop singer Tony Orlando visits families of missing Israeli teens, appeals for their release
Pippa Middleton is set to visit Annapolis, but it's not for any royal duties.
Gym, tan, jail: The Situation faces assault charge after fight at New Jersey tanning salon
Zendaya on Aaliyah role: 'If you want something done right, you've got to do it yourself'
'EA Sports UFC' a respectable first round for Electronic Arts
Hand-me-downs and selling ties: Ralph Lauren reflects on humble roots of his fashion empire
Katy Perry launches Metamorphosis Music record label through Universal Music's Capitol Records
New Yorker cartoonist Charles Barsotti dies at age 80 at home in Kansas City
Spider-Man vs. flying snow: Costumed character on trial over clash with woman in Times Square
Los Angeles mayor's F-bomb is another sign that public isn't so vexed by vulgarities anymore
Quirky Texas artist, businessman Stanley Marsh 3, creator of road-side 'Cadillac Ranch,' dies
As the National Zoo prepares to close its Invertebrate Exhibit, WTOP decided to take a look at what visitors will be missing once these creatures are relocated.
A project set to begin in August will transform a heavily-used, unsightly section of turf into patch worthy of a golf course -- and lots of events and rallies. The upgrades, however, usher in new restrictions on events and the footprints they leave behind.
Apple reaches settlement on damages owed in antitrust case on fixing prices of digital books
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