Library of Congress honors 'Piano Man' Billy Joel with Gershwin Prize for Popular Song
Summer isn't slowing down the D.C. restaurant openings, with the past week bringing a beer hall, a new downtown restaurant and bar, and a Chevy Chase lunch spot.
A veteran of some of D.C.'s most well-known kitchens is ready to run his own shop.
President Donald Trump would have handled United States-Ukraine relations differently, garnering the respect America deserves, the politically outspoken business mogul said on WTOP Tuesday.
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has a contract to sell his multimillion-dollar home
Ben's Chili Bowl opens its Reagan National Airport location Wednesday in the pre-security lower level of the B/C Terminal.
Wayne A. I. Frederick, Howard University's interim president, has been selected as the university's 17th president.
U.S. Park Police have released new images of a man suspected of sexually assaulting a woman in Glover Archbold Park in April.
Metro bus driver slashed by passenger
The Dutch embassy opens its doors to mourners Monday.
D.C. police arrested a rider who they say attacked a Metrobus driver with a knife Monday.
Judge says students, faculty can oppose merger of Corcoran Gallery with 2 larger institutions
A District of Columbia judge has declared that a 50-year-old man is innocent of a 1982 rape and slaying that put him in prison for 25 years.
After combing through the history of sports movies, WTOP has narrowed the field to the top 64 in a March Madness-style bracket.
The three new tarantulas at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History now have names.
If you're looking for a great family dog and aren't "into" the dog park scene, Rock ‘n' Roll might be the canine companion you've been looking for.
Obama to announce new commitments for program aimed at helping boys and young men of color
WTOP's Jonathan Warner talks about the resurgent Wizards, the Nats' central division woes and the year-round nature of professional sports.
From ancient Greece to the American Confederacy, famous and powerful figures have been immortalized through plaster masks sculpted during a person's lifetime or immediately after their death.
Vigil planned by Ukrainian community in D.C. draws mourners Friday.
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