Taxpayers are scrambling to make the midnight tax-filing deadline and much of the action is at the computer keyboard.
Washington Post arts critic Philip Kennicott wins Pulitzer Prize for 2012 criticism
The National Park Service is considering closing restroom and visitor facilities earlier and eliminating late-night ranger hours at monuments and memorials on the National Mall, WTOP has learned.
Tuesday is Emancipation Day in the District, and that means there are some changes to typical weekday parking rules.
Metro to resume weekend track work after break for cherry blossoms
DC council member says he doesn't plan to reinvestigate test cheating allegations
Final pre-election finance reports due for DC Council candidates
District of Columbia looking to replace aging "Supercan" trash cans and other waste bins
The president of Georgetown University says vandalism of the campus' main chapel forced Sunday morning Masses to be moved to another location.
This is D.C.'s first-ever Lemonade Day, part of a nationwide effort to help teach children about running a business and to inspire young people to become entrepreneurs. Kids as young as 3 and as old as 18 set up stands across the District.
Metro says Blue and Orange trains are being delayed after a man was struck by a train in Rosslyn.
Once the cherry blossoms fade away, there's still a chance to bathe yourself in the pristine beauty of nature. There's a garden oasis you might not know about in D.C.
Max Smith, WTOP
It is often called "The Wall that Heals," but the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall got some healing itself as dozens of people scrubbed it clean Saturday morning.
A group of Washington Nationals fans want to end the fan tradition of doing the wave at Nats Park. The effort, called "Kill The Wave," is getting mixed reviews from Nats fans.
A train operator no longer works for Metro after he was caught on camera looking at his cellphone.
An internal memo shows that District of Columbia schools officials were aware in early 2009 about the possibility of widespread cheating on standardized tests.
A 14-year veteran of the Metropolitan Police Department is now facing a lawsuit.