A new study suggests that girls suffer more severe concussions with symptoms that last longer than boys.
The driver of a truck that killed an Arlington mother as she put her child in a car seat in February has been issued a summons.
Five children, representing each branch of the military, were honored in D.C. Thursday for their efforts to support the children of service members.
The U.S. Military Academy has won a cyber-warfare competition among the service academies.
Maryland elections officials say they will no longer enforce a $10,000 limit on donors' contributions to state candidates during a four-year election cycle.
A 120-room hotel on the Alexandria waterfront faces another challenge from opponents of the city's plan for waterfront redevelopment.
Don't worry. He's not out on patrol.
The last day of school in Fairfax County will be Wednesday, June 25.
In an exclusive interview, Jim Garret, an author who has studied the William Bradford Bishop case extensively, tells WTOP he has received credible information that Bishop is living in the southwest corner of Italy.
Md. university system approves Frostburg State plan to address shortage of nursing educators
teen girl tells police a Hispanic man approached her twice on the same day while she was walking her dog and tried to grab her Thursday evening.
80 stolen items found in car of suspect charged in Va. smash-and-grab vehicle burglaries
Admissions to state mental hospital and psychiatric facilities increase after Deeds tragedy
The moment D.C.'s cheese lovers have been waiting for is finally here: GCDC, a restaurant devoted entirely to grilled cheese, opened Friday in downtown D.C., bringing all its ooey-gooey goodness to the dining masses.
Navajo Nation Council, United Nations expert criticize Washington Redskins name
Hampstead, Md., woman avoids jail time in narcotic overdose death of 4-year-old daughter
Maybe you think D.C. is the most self-centered city in the world. And maybe it is. But when it comes to selfies, we're No. 25 — even with President Obama banning them at the White House.
Mike McGrath tells the truth about the bees in your lawn, and answers every corn gluten meal question you can throw at him.
A shoe is thrown at Hillary Clinton. Nirvana is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, eight other stories to start the day.
Health officials declare Va.'s Pigg River safe a week after spill from manure holding lagoon
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