WTOP News Team
Have you run out of gift ideas for Father's Day? Well, this one might just be what the doctor ordered.
This year more than 2,000 people took part in Saturday's Run Amuck (a four-miler) and Mini Run Amuck (a two-miler). The event began in 2008, at Quantico Marine Corps base, to promote physical fitness.
It's a law that's been on the books for 12 years in Virginia and it is the law in all 50 states -- but still drivers might now know about it.
Analyst Larry Sabato dissects the political races ahead of the primary.
There was a phantom fleet used to confuse the Nazis ahead of the D-Day invasion.
A Chantilly middle school welcomed dozens of World War II veterans to hear their stories about the battle at Normandy and war to reclaim Europe.
Within a year, a fast ferry could be bringing commuters from the Alexandria waterfront to the Navy Yard.
The games showcase the athletic abilities of firefighters, police officers, corrections officers and customs agents from around the world.
On Saturday, a group of Nigerians rallied outside the Nigerian Embassy for a safe return of the 200 kidnapped school girls.
Former military dogs are being retrained as Prince George's County Police K9s.
As we enjoy cookouts and the beautiful weather on Memorial Day weekend, those who've suffered the loss of their military hero are having a tough time.
Next month he turns 88, but when Frank Matthews fought on Iwo Jima, he captured the hellish experience through his music.
A group of soldiers ran 170 miles to raise money for wounded warriors.
More than 500,000 Americans died during World War I and World War II. Of that number, more than 200,000 are buried in places like France and Luxembourg.
For the first time ever, Vietnam War veterans will include the names of victims from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
2,400 people are coming to D.C. for the TAPS National Survivor Seminar and Good Grief Camp for kids.
Parents have ways to fight back against the problem of inappropriate pictures and texting.
It's important to get tested throughout your life, not just when you're younger.
Your child should get vaccinated at 11 or 12 years old, and again at 16, according to health officials.
It's good for children to drop the computers and embrace nature, officials say.
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