Just when you thought it was already expensive to live, park and eat in the D.C. area, a new study found homebuyers in the D.C. metropolitan area need to have some of the fattest paychecks in the country.
Wawa's first attempt to open a store in Loudoun County is proving to be a pain in the gas, but a new market study performed on behalf of the popular convenience chain, and at the request of Loudoun staff, suggests the county should welcome it.
With nearly 97 million visitors, Florida had a record year for tourism in 2013
Havana's Capri hotel, once a playground for mobsters and movie stars, reborn after restoration
In the 1989 movie "Back to the Future II," Marty McFly wears shoes with self-tying laces -- just one of the technological advances in the far-off year 2015. That's next year, and Nike says they'll be a reality.
New wave of bold organic winemakers is challenging Chile's industrial vineyard giants
A new analysis shows that loan applications for home purchases have dropped 20 percent in the past four months compared with the same period a year ago, and experts think student loan debt may be to blame.
The beginning of the year is a tough time for retail sales, so when you see a neighborhood restaurant offering multiple flash sales and Groupons, is it a sign it's failing?
Japanese online retailer Rakuten moves into voice calls with Viber purchase for $900 million
After UAW defeat in Tennessee, can GOP fulfill promises that more jobs will come?
Icicles hanging off a roof make for one of winter's most striking sights. But if you see them on your house, it could mean trouble.
NFL faces question of what steps to take to prevent another Miami Dolphins bullying scandal
Hong Kong Disneyland turns profit for 2nd straight year, plans new hotel as part of expansion
Toyota recalls FJ Cruiser SUVs mostly in Middle East for improper fuel tubes, 5 fires reported
UAW effort to organize Volkswagen plant fails amid conflicting cultures of company, region
Gas prices in DC metro area up 4 cents from last week, now 1 penny below national average
While plumbers, heating contractors and snow-removal companies are getting a nice bump this winter, other industries are suffering.
Higher gasoline prices are on the way, but the spring surge may be tamer than in recent years
Gay marriage bans increasingly coming before appeals courts shaped by Obama's elections
Radiation found underground at NM nuclear site; no injuries or signs of surface contamination