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Police on the lookout for new toll violators

Drivers have been able to use the I-95 Express Lanes for free, but starting Monday morning, the lanes’ tolls begin. Here's what police are looking for with toll violators.

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The top 14 albums of 2014

The top selling albums are not always the best. WTOP’s Noah Frank gives you his top 14 albums for 2014.

Washington Redskins 2014: The year in review

The WTOP Sports team recaps the good, the bad and the ugly for the Washington Redskins in 2014.

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This time of year gives Wine Contributor Scott Greenberg an opportunity to talk about all the versatility Champagne has to offer.

Key decisions on drones likely from Congress

Every year the ban on commercial drones remains in place, the U.S. loses more than $10 billion in potential economic benefits that drones could provide.

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Hyundai Sonata grows up for 2015

For 2015, Hyundai toned down the Sonata's styling, keeping it handsome with a more conservative look to better fit in the mid-size sedan market.

Fired GSA officials reinstated

In a Christmas Eve ruling, the MPSB found that GSA failed to show any justification for firing two senior officials in a 2010 conference scandal.

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