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The Metropolitan Police Department has been leading the search for 8- year-old Relisha Rudd, who was last seen Feb. 26 at a shelter in Southeast D.C., and Chief of Police Cathy Lanier says it is still a very active investigation.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe discussed transportation, hunting and Medicaid expansion during his inaugural Ask the Governor appearance on WTOP.
Virginia Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe has an easy road ahead of him when it comes to transportation in the commonwealth, said Gov. Bob McDonnell, who leaves the office in January.
Gov. Bob McDonnell said Tuesday his administration never gave special treatment to a dietary supplement company that is under a federal securities investigation, despite more than $100,000 in political contributions from its chief executive and thousands of dollars more in gifts to McDonnell's family.
Career coach Christie Mims is here to tell you how to handle such an incident with grace and how to save face afterwards. Mims, founder of The Revolutionary Club, will join WTOP at 1 p.m. on Wednesday to answer all of your career related questions.
There are tons of new restaurants opening in D.C. this season. If you're hungry for something new, join WTOP at 1 p.m. for a live chat with Nycci Nellis, founder of the website thelistareyouonit.com.
Is it ever OK to cry at work? And, if you do, how should you handle it?
Have a question about ACLs or conditioning and strength-training? Beginning at 1 p.m., April 12, Mike Hill, director of sports performance at Georgetown University will be taking readers' questions live.
Attention pet lovers: Dr. Katy Nelson, veterinarian, will be live in studio Thursday for a live interview and a web chat to follow.
On the same day the Supreme Court begins hearing arguments on whether state same sex marriage bans are constitutional, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell voiced strong support for his state's constitutional ban on gay marriage and civil unions.
Are you filling out a bracket for March Madness this year? Or, are you sick of it?
Getting back in the workforce after a long break can be challenging, but there are ways to make your search more successful, says career coach Christie Mims.
Dr. Thomas LoRusso, director at the Northern Virginia Sleep Diagnostic Center, gives advice on getting good sleep.
The police chiefs from D.C., Prince George's and Montgomery counties were guests on WTOP's "Ask the Chiefs" show on Thursday, answering questions on a range of topics from youth violence to drones.
Ask all your pet questions today at 1 p.m. when Dr. Katy Nelson joins us for a live chat.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell believes the U.S. will not avert sequestration and automatic spending cuts will go into effect on March 1.
Members of Congress are about to take a week of vacation with the pending sequestration deadline approaching.
An environmental effort to make recycling more convenient in the District is having the unintended consequence of increasing crime, says Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier.
Got questions about your pet? Thinking of adopting or buying a new one? Join us at 1 p.m. for a live chat with Dr. Katy Nelson.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell interviews WTOP's outgoing reporter Mark Segraves
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