VA cites progress on benefits backlog, but congressman accuses agency of 'hiding' numbers
Obama says short-term highway funding fix OK, presses Congress for more lasting solution
D.C.'s Bloomingdale neighborhood will see new life breathed into a long-shuttered historic fire station when the massive Washington Firehouse restaurant and event space opens next month.
On Tuesday, July 15, Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer sat down with WTOP anchors Debbie Feinstein and Bruce Alan.
Two of the world's highest-grossing venues are in the D.C. region, according to a new report released Tuesday by Venues Today.
A street fight for statehood may go right to the White House.
Tyler Clippard may have been a last-minute addition to the All-Star Game, but that doesn't mean he isn't worthy of the honor.
Matthew Grace and Sean Joiner are doing their part to save the planet, one shipping container apartment at a time.
An all-vegan restaurant is opening a 5,000 square-foot restaurant in D.C. Is the vegan demographic growing in the District?
DC police arrest man suspected of shooting 3 on North Capitol; 2 victims die at hospital
Obama to press for action on transportation funds in Virginia, Delaware events
D.C. breweries are likely to be toasting the D.C. Council after lawmakers on Monday approved a rule change that will allow them to sell pints of beer to customers in their tasting rooms.
DC Council delivers final blow to outgoing mayor's priorities, overrides his veto of budget
Metro's Silver Line is on target to open July 26 and while some riders will see the benefits of an extra line, others will see fewer trains.
A group of people from D.C. wasn't allowed to buy alcohol Saturday in Concord, New Hampshire because their identification showed they were from the Nation's Capital.
Where to find free, reliable Wi-Fi connections in the D.C. area as well as some of the more outside-the-box options.
DC Council to consider banning suspension, expulsion of pre-kindergarten students
Pennsylvania Avenue, between the White House and the U.S. Capitol, is in a down period.
About a third of the Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art and Design's 465 employees are slated be laid off as soon as mid-August.
Edgar Allan Poe's lifeless body has been found in a gutter, yet signs of the reclusive writer have been found all over Baltimore. A team of muckraking journalists sift through the clues to find out what happened to him.
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