Gov. Bob McDonnell discusses mental health in the commonwealth and the Attorney General race during WTOP's "Ask the Governor" segment on Nov. 26.
Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell says mental illness is at the bottom of the shooting at Navy Yard. He talked about the recent mass killing and a host of other pertinent topics during WTOP's "Ask the Governor" show on Sept. 24.
Virginia lawmakers Sen. Mark Warner and Rep. Jim Moran, both Democrats, and Republican representatives Frank Wolf and Rob Wittman offered differing opinions on the crisis in Syria, but all agreed on one thing: The situation is tenuous and the stakes are high.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell answered questions about gifts and loans he and his family received from Jonnie Williams, the chief executive at Star Scientific. The governor said the gifts would be returned, and that he would propose legislative reforms. McDonnell apologized and said he is focusing on regaining the public's trust. He appeared on Ask the Governor on the July 30, 2013.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell defended himself against allegations he used taxpayer money for personal expenses. McDonnell appeared on Ask the Governor June 25, 2013.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell voiced strong support for his state's gay marriage laws on WTOP's Ask the Governor show March 26, 2013.
The police chiefs of D.C., Prince George's County and Montgomery County will be guests on WTOP's "Ask the Chiefs" show on Thursday, March 7 at 10 a.m.
Ted Leonsis, the owner of the Washington Capitals and the Washington Wizards, is a guest on WTOP's "Ask the Owner" show on Wednesday, Jan. 30.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, will be a guest on WTOP's "Ask the Doctor" show on Wednesday to discuss the flu and take your questions.
Dr. Drew Pinsky takes your health questions Thursday from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Executives of Prince George's and Montgomery counties spar with callers over whether more gambling would be good for Maryland and police bargaining rights.
Power companies trimming trees have made headlines in recent years, particularly after major utility Pepco blamed customer dissatisfaction on arboreal interference. These costs, combined with expenses for restoring extreme weather outages, add up quickly.
Some D.C. school days could extend to as late as 5 p.m. next school year if the mayor gets his wish. Working with Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson, Mayor Vincent Gray hopes to implement pilot programs in D.C. Public Schools that would keep students in classes until 4:30 p.m. or 5 p.m., he said on WTOP's "Ask the Mayor" program.
Veteran WTOP Traffic Reporter Bob Marbourg, WTOP Sprawl and Crawl Reporter Adam Tuss and Robert Thomson, the Washington Post's Dr. Gridlock discuss the past year and upcoming traffic projects in the D.C. region.
The guests included Montgomery County School Superintendent Joshua Starr, D.C. Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson, Loudoun County Superintendent Edgar Hatrick and St. Mary's County Superintendent Michael Martirano.