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It's more than just a ball. A lot of science, technology and money goes into making the World Cup ball. But does it make a difference?
Alison Victoria, of HGTV and DIY Network's "Kitchen Crashers," discusses her new app and shares her favorite home designs of the season.
With the farmers markets back in season, local farmers ramp up their kale supply to keep up with the demand.
The food you grow in your garden isn't limited to the salad bowl. "The Drunken Botanist" says it's time to drink in the fruits of your labor.
Parents are furious about the 'Frozen' supply, of dresses and dolls -- and they won't let it go.
It's looks like a music lesson, but really, it's therapy. Music therapists deliver treatments through song and play.
If you find yourself in a good mood among spring's green grass, budding trees and sprouting flowers, you're not alone.
An Arlington woman tells the story of how she risked run-ins with the Ku Klux Klan, multiple arrests and more to fight for civil rights.
It may look like Priya Ammu is making a crepe at her stand in the Foggy Bottom Whole Foods, but she's preparing what she hopes is D.C.'s next burrito: a dosa.
A local 'brewery' is making a healthy, effervescent drink, packed with probiotcs.
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