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WTOP's Neal Augenstein caught up with Chuck Brown five years ago. He remembers that meeting in this first-person account.
For those under 35, the answer may come in a sexy text. Over 35, plan to pop the cork.
The river that supplies the Washington area's drinking water is threatened by urban and agricultural pollution, a nonprofit advocacy group says.
In an online survey of teen drivers with smartphones, while young drivers hear their parents warnings, they see those parents texting "all the time."
There are mixed emotions when parents send a child off to school, but for parents of children with food allergies, the fear can be overwhelming.
The man charged with murdering a Denver tourist and hitting two other people in the head with a hammer is due in court Friday morning for a mental evaluation.
A Pew Internet Project study shows 70 percent of all cellphone users and 86 percent of all smartphone users have gathered information and performed real-time tasks with their mobile device.
With four of the Beatles' albums in the top 10, some might question whether the Rolling Stones list skews too far toward its older readers.
Saturday's Gold Cup is the day in horse country known as part fashion show, part banquet, and part sporting event.
The only jazz album ever to reach No. 1 on Billboard's pop charts was recorded in D.C. 50 years ago in a modest church hall.