Secret Service director says when to use force being reviewed in wake of White House breach
What's more fun than a barrel of monkeys? A pile of puppies. And the Washington Animal Rescue League has a huge pile of puppies right now, including the Pet of the Week, Ophelia.
The Mount Vernon Triangle will soon add a French restaurant to its dining choices, thanks to a restaurateur already doing business in the neighborhood.
Goodbye big, national brands. There's a new mainstream retail market that's popping up in D.C. and across the nation. Why and how small business is succeeding.
As the Nationals get ready to start playoff baseball later this week, one player has a request for fans.
DC Council weighs giving bicyclists more rights in collisions with cars
A 64-year-old man is missing, and the Metropolitan Police Department needs your help to find him.
The richest resident of Greater Washington is only one quarter as wealthy as Bill Gates, who tops the Forbes 400 list of the richest Americans for the 21st year in a row.
Community colleges share $450M in grants to link job training with industry demand
Fans going to the Nationals post-season games will be able to take Metro and not worry about whether the subway trains are running late at night.
The four-story, 24-unit apartment building made of repurposed shipping containers in D.C.'s Brookland neighborhood is complete and units are being leased.
Former Washington Post Executive Editor Ben Bradlee is in declining health, his wife tells C-SPAN.
The simulated service is a milestone, considering there have been numerous delays in getting the streetcars rolling.
You might want to get a few yoga classes in early this week -- it's going to cost more starting Wednesday.
The University of Illinois followed the movements of 221 children.
WTOP's Allison Keyes reports
After a joint investigation from the FBI and D.C. police, Robert Russell has been arrested.
Social issues take back seat to religious liberty at conservative summit
Your weekend forecast: Sunny both Saturday and Sunday, with temps in low 80s.
Three D.C. artists are turning out some of the city's most unique designs using refurbished letterpress machines that once printed the nation's newspapers.
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