WTOP Answer Desk
WTOP's Dick Uliano reports.
Truckers are promising to cause a traffic jam on the Capital Beltway Friday in a political protest.
The WTOP Answer Desk set out to learn which wheels of government would continue to turn and which might grind to a halt.
It's a big step forward for the Affordable Care Act and a lot of people have questions. The WTOP Answer Desk is here to help.
Starting next month, millions of Americans will sign up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act.
The blogosphere was abuzz Tuesday morning with news that the District would not give permits to a group of bikers organizing a ride to honor the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks. WTOP Answer Desk set out to learn what really happened.
Water restrictions remain in effect for 1.8 million Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission customers. But what happens to violators? The WTOP Answer Desk set out to find out.
A Maryland man has died from rabies, contracted from an organ transplant, but a local transplant network says there are many safeguards in place that make the transmission of diseases through life-saving transplants very rare.
There is one thing that's certain when snow falls in the D.C. region.
Electing a pope: conclave, oath of secrecy, smoke from chimney
Despite late night unofficial inaugural balls, Metro won't run late.
Americans eat a lot on Thanksgiving Day. But exactly how much? WTOP's Answer Desk set to find out.
With Virginia's new Beltway Express Lanes due to open a week from Saturday, WTOP answers your questions about using E-ZPass.
The WTOP Election Day Answer Desk is taking questions related to voting and Election Day. Here are some questions we've received from calls, Facebook and Twitter.
Beware - someone, or something, could soon be watching you.
How do those Olympic swimmers get such clean shaves? Here is the answer.
Transportation experts spell out the rules for tricky roundabouts and traffic circles.
The WTOP Answer Desk took the question to WTOP Technical Operations Manager Brian Oliger. Bottom line: Blame the weather.
Thousands of people lost power after last weekend's storm and had to either eat their food before it spoiled, or toss it out altogether. So who pays for that waste?
"The regulations require that the passenger may request air conditioning be put on if it's not on when they get in the cab," Ron Linton, chairman of the D.C. Taxicab Commission.