Alexander Graham Bell's voice identified in 130-year-old wax audio recording at Smithsonian
Last year, the number of motorcylce riders killed in vehicle crashes increased nationally. But motorcycle riders in the Washington region fared a safer year.
Day after clinching playoff berth, Capitals re-sign forwards Fehr, Volpatti to 2-year deals
Newly elected DC councilmember says she will quit job with major city contractor
Transportation department orders shutdown of DC tour bus company over safety concerns
Rock Creek Park Ranger Scott Einberger takes WTOP on a tour of the park. Between 4,000 and 5,000 guests visit the Washington area park every month to see the a variety of critters, trees and other living things. Visitors exercise, sight-see and bask in the park's natural beauty.
The Korean dumplings in your grocer's freezer, the new Thai restaurant on the corner and that Burmese curry you ate for lunch are doing more than satisfying your craving for an exotic and flavorful meal. These foods are also helping to foster international relations.
Style for Hire's Lisa Tumbarello talks about the ins and outs of shopping consignment.
It's no surprise: Traffic in and around the District is bad. How bad? A new study offers commuters some perspective.
Major Washington-area homebuilders are no longer calling a home's biggest bedroom the "master bedroom" because of the term's connotations. The room is now being called the "owner's suite" or "owner's bedroom."
Child porn suspect on FBI's Most Wanted list captured after 5 years; being held without bond
24 sites in DC, Maryland, Virginia compete for historic preservation funds, need public's help
Political insider Anita Bonds wins DC Council seat in special election amid light turnout
DC voters approve budget autonomy referendum; question is whether effort will succeed
Feds in Detroit charge NY man with cyberstalking, say he demanded nude photos from young women
Ricin scare at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in DC turns out to be false alarm
DC mayoral candidate Muriel Bowser visits polling places to tout 2014 bid
Full appeals court to rehear overturned conviction of alleged al-Qaida propagandist
First Amendment advocate, former USA Today editor Ken Paulson to be mass comm dean at MTSU
Roads around the D.C. area are crumbling, according to an infrastructure report card from the American Society of Civil Engineers.