With no deal yet to stop automatic, federal budget cuts, the threat of unpaid leave looms for federal workers.
Jeff Clabaugh, Washington Business Journal. 2013 Outstanding Directors Awards
Universities, theaters in 4 cities to join in creating new theatrical productions on Civil War
Washington area dogs Jewel, 3, and Honor, 4, each won their breed and group at this year's Westminster Dog Show. District resident Ellen Charles, 75, calls owning dogs a lifestyle and sings her praises of the pups, from hind quarters to scruffy ears.
Smithsonian partners with Cengage Learning to create digital archive for libraries, schools
A new plan recommends eliminating the calculation of a minimum amount of parking space needed at new buildings in the District, and it's drawing concerns.
This month's top music events might bring back memories and help make some new ones.
Metro could lose millions in federal grants used to make repairs and improvements if the sequester takes effect. Fare revenue is also likely to drop as fewer federal employees take Metro to work.
Groupon Inc. Co-chairman Ted Leonsis will jointly lead the Chicago-based daily deal giant while its board seeks a permanent replacement for Andrew Mason.
D.C. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton is prepared to show solidarity with government workers who might feel the pinch of sequestration.
While "1600 Penn" is about a family living in the White House, Executive Producer Jon Lovett tells WTOP that the Gilchrist family is nothing like the Obamas.
The Zagat winner recently closed two locations in Rosslyn, Va., but burger lovers can still find the patties at Ray's to the Third in Arlington.
As they spin and pivot in sync, the whole class stops on beat and kicks in the air. This is not your average exercise class. It's Doonya.
The head of a Washington police oversight board says Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier has ignored findings of officer misconduct three times since 2010.
Busboys and Poets will bring its quirky combination of coffeehouse, restaurant and neighborhood gathering place to D.C.'s Takoma neighborhood in 2014.
Six Maryland teens have been indicted as adults on murder charges for a fatal stabbing at a Metro station.
With extremely long commutes around the D.C. region, there are ways to ease the pain. WTOP's David Burd offers several.
As surely as the pink buds pop open there will be a National Cherry Blossom Festival this spring. And despite across-the-board federal spending cuts expected to kick in Friday, the National Park Service offers assurances there will be summer concerts on the grounds of the Capitol and there will be Fourth of July fireworks on the National Mall.
The adage goes "a man's home is his castle," so local students are building a house for a hero whose prior living conditions were less than royal.