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You're probably not surprised to hear that big stressors such as divorce have a negative impact on health. But a new study out of Oregon State University found that men who get stressed out by little things, such as traffic, deadlines and spats with their wife, were more likely to die earlier than those who don't.
Many offices in the D.C. area were filled with frantic typing around 10 a.m. Monday. That's because Washington National's fans were trying to snap up playoff tickets.
The Adrian Peterson case has started a discussion about spanking.
Crab fraud is a growing trend that can have a major impact on the seafood industry.
Michael Peroutka, who is running for a seat on the Anne Arundel County Council, is a board member for The League of the South.
WTOP anchor Michelle Murillo moonlights as a historical reenactor when she's not working at the Glass-Enclosed Nerve Center. This is her story.
Two towns in Maryland -- Upper Marlboro and Towson -- are among 50 nationwide that have the highest drowning rates.
To get the word out, volunteers visited a local living facility and distributed emergency kits.
A weekend festival in Frederick is going to feed all your pork, hops and tunes needs.
It's called a mesovortex -- a weather phenomenon with a circular pattern that packs a punch but isn't quite as strong as a tornado. And on Friday morning, it may have hit the region.
Hi: 75 °F | Lo: 57 °F