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The discussion surrounding labeling foods that contain genetically modified organisms is reaching a boiling point, and chefs are adding to the heat.
An investigation by NBC4 found that the U.S. State Department has kicked out 45 foreign diplomats during the past two years for bad driving records.
Several men have exposed themselves to riders on Metro trains since August and police need help identifying them. (Photos)
After officials euthanized a dog owned by a Spanish nursing assistant infected with Ebola, some are concerned about the canine role in the transmission of the virus. A local veterinarian says there's no need for alarm.
Hailo, a London-based taxi app that last year sought to break into the D.C. market with a regulator-friendly approach, is pulling out of D.C. and all of North America.
Wizards point guard John Wall talks about his charity drive this weekend, and what he learned during his Team USA experience.
Travel editor Peter Greenberg spoke with WTOP about air travel.
Dr. Drew Pinsky, host of HLN's "Dr. Drew on Call"
At eight local schools, students have some input when it comes to what goes on their lunch menu.
A memo sent to all National Mall employees about the Washington Monument's elevator says the problems may have been the result of human error.
The town of Ocean City is ready for a big Memorial Day weekend -- and a long summer loaded with things to do.
Gluten is everywhere, so it's important to be safe.
Famed golfer Bobby Jones once said, “Golf is the closest game to the game we call life.
Just in time for the March Madness, we discover two D.C. area digs are in the brackets for Best College Bars in America. Really.
The Washington National Cathedral will host the United States' memorial for the late South African leader Nelson Mandela.
Inbound and outbound lanes of the Key Bridge have reopened.
An officer with the Metropolitan Police Department was arrested on Monday and charged with production of child pornography, according to a department news release.
Mental-health advocates say that the difficulties Sen. Creigh Deeds had in getting the proper mental health care for his son Gus are common in a system that is broken in Virginia and nationwide.
A 46-year-old British man was sentenced to five years in prison on Friday for attacking a George Washington University student with a hammer in a campus bathroom four years ago.
"There are a significant number of national security issues impacted," says Mario Mancuso, former Pentagon official, and partner at the Fried Frank law firm.
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