WTOP News Team
If you are at the Marine Corps Marathon on Sunday, you might want to cheer on the TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors) Run and Remember Team.
An Aireloom Mattress is a must-have for celebrities but would you spend 15,000 for one?
A well dressed crowd with fancy hats, horses, Jack Russell Terriers and plenty of food and drink -- these are the sights and sounds at the International Gold Cup.
Christopher Kloman got away with his crimes for more than 40 years but was sentenced late Friday afternoon to 43 years in prison when the 74-year-old McLean man faced five of his victims in Fairfax County Circuit Court.
On Saturday morning, the DC community was answering the president's call for a dialogue on the issue of mental health paticularly in light of the recent strong of deadly shootings that have rocked the country including the events at the Washington Navy Yard.
The Northern Virginia Task Force which battles human trafficking has received a million dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.
The government shutdown has left many federal workers with a lot of unexpected time on their hands. Right now is a great time to start focusing on your career path.
They are often called the "Greatest Generation," and on Saturday, about 700 World War II veterans finally got to see the D.C. memorial that had been built and dedicated to them in 2004.
Even though the weather was beautiful, the mood outside the Marine Corps Barracks on Sunday in Southeast D.C. was solemn.
It was a busy day at National Airport on Saturday - a large-scale emergency response drill was taking place where first responders were dealing with a mock plane crash involving more than 100 passengers. At the same time, new technology was being used that makes it easier to keep tabs on the injured.
A mother from Spotsylvania, Va. who lost her son to teen violence nearly eight years ago, continues fighting to raise awareness in hopes that other parents won't have to live her nightmare.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is planning to overhaul the toll collection system used along the 14-mile Dulles Toll Road including phasing in of more plaza lanes for E-ZPass users.
Their mission is clear. "We're the safety net. We're there to make sure that transportation is not a barrier to health care for people," says Steven Craven, chairman of Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic.
Saturday marked the annual Dulles Day celebration of the airport, and the centerpiece of the festivities was the 21st annual Plane Pull.
A special dog with a knack for comforting wounded warriors vanished in July on Maryland's Eastern Shore. But through Facebook thousands of people are coming together to find Abby.
A Haymarket man has fallen for a scam after the scammers threatened to arrest him and police are warning residents to be wary of such swindles.
A steady stream of firefighters stopped by a Capitol Hill bar Monday morning for "Breakfast for Boston," a fundraiser for the family of a fallen D.C. firefighter.
Arlington National Cemetery is coming up on a milestone anniversary with special events scheduled for next spring. The cemetery recently announced plans to commemorate its 150 years.
It began as a way to raise money for the community and now it's the place to be during the holiday weekend. So what makes the Greenbelt Labor Day Festival unique?