WTOP Live Chats
Career coach Christie Mims will be answering all of your career questions in a live chat on Wednesday at 1 p.m., addressing topics including getting out of a job rut, knowing when it's time to move on from a toxic job and the uncertainties that go along with changing jobs - or careers.
The 'Skins have stumbled to a 1-2 record and have plenty of questions to answer, including how to keep RGIII from getting hit, what's wrong with a defense that was supposed to be a team strength and the severity of the injury to left tackle Trent Williams.
After last week's thrilling victory in New Orleans, the Redskins dropped the second game of the season Sunday to the Rams, and WTOP's George Wallace is ready to play Monday morning quarterback.
The bugs of late summer are biting, and the nation is having its worst West Nile virus season in a decade. Many pet owners are left wondering if their furry loved ones can be affected, too.
As kids, and parents, get used to their new schedules, sleep patterns can be disrupted. Sleep specialist Dr. Thomas LoRusso will take your questions 1 p.m. Tuesday.
WTOP's Redskins beat reporter George Wallace will be taking your questions in a live chat beginning 11 a.m. Friday.
It's back-to-school time and some stay-at-home parents are thinking about re-entering the work force.
Beginning at 1 p.m. Thursday, Nycci Nellis will answer your food, wine and going out questions.
Does your dog or cat freak out when you try to get them into the car? Dr. Katy Nelson will be answering your questions about traveling with your pets.
Just in time for the Fourth of July, Dr. Paws returns to WTOP to answer your pet questions.
Dr. Robynne Chutkan, a specialist in women's digestive health, will talk about the balance of diet and exercise needed to keep everything in check from 1-2 p.m. Friday.
In need of some career advice? Stuck in a rut? Career coach Christie Mims will be answering questions beginning 1 p.m. Thursday.
Personal trainer Fairfax Hackley is coming back to answer more questions on working out and healthy eating.
From 3 to 4 p.m. Monday, personal trainer Fairfax Hackley will be taking your burning body questions.
Christie Mims is the founder of the Revolutionary Club, "a coaching service for the busy career woman who feels trapped in her suit."
In light of the recent ruling by a Maryland Court of Appeals that found pit bulls are an inherently dangerous breed, a local veterinarian says pit bull owners should focus on keeping their dogs happy and healthy, and take the time to properly train them.
Dr. Gregory Pappas of D.C.'s HIV/AIDS Administration took questions on HIV/AIDS in the District and how it's affecting your community.
Friday Feb. 3 we held a live chat with cardiologist Dr. Susan Bennett in honor of American Heart Month.