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Two pioneering new wave bands - one edgily straight-ahead and sexy, the other uber-geeky and eccentric - are heading out on a U.S. tour that demonstrates the range of the punk movement in the 1970s and 80s.
A middle-income family can expect to pay $234,000 to raise a kid born last year to the age of 18, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
To succeed at karaoke, know your audience. That's the advice of one amateur microphone master.
Despite bizarre courtroom outbursts by Aaron Thomas, a judge has ruled she will not order a new mental competency evaluation for the suspected "East Coast Rapist."
The goal is to make Tysons Corner a liveable, walkable community. But it looks like Fairfax County is planning on helping some pretty well-off people move there.
"No matter how easy it is to pee anonymously in the pool, swimmers should avoid doing so," says Dr. Chris Wiant, the chairman of the Water Quality & Health Council, a scientific research group sponsored by the American Chemistry Council.
Attorney General Douglas Gansler tells WTOP he and Gov. Martin O'Malley will be allocating nearly $60 million in funding from the recent $26 billion National Mortgage Servicing Settlement with five major mortgage services.
Friends, family and fans of musician Chuck Brown are gathering Tuesday in Northwest D.C. to begin saying goodbye to the "Godfather of Go-Go."
New U.S. Census data suggest some areas in the D.C. region are doing better than others.
A first-person account in which WTOP's Neal Augenstein ponders a new swimsuit for his middle-aged beach body.
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