Diagnosed with celiac disease, a local pastry cook has fought for the job she loves and has turned her condition into an asset for a D.C. eatery and others with dietary restrictions by creating tasty gluten-free treats.
Game makers to explore misogyny, racism and homophobia at annual gathering
'Active' video games can not only help kids lose weight, they can be more effective than traditional gym classes when paired with counseling about food choices, a new study found.
Tom Glavine tours baseball Hall of Fame, amazed he'll be inducted in July
Los Alamos Historical Society to hold Trinity tour of site of 1st nuke blast
Clarification: Travel-Trip-5-Free Things-Asheville story
Tourism industry promotes 'Coastal Virginia' to end region's long-held identity crisis
US Army Corps of Engineers replenishes S Florida beaches eroded by Hurricane Sandy in 2012
Judge rejects Montana lawsuit against online travel companies
LA's Getty Museum exhibition displays 'the best of the best' of photographer Ansel Adams' work
Yoga by Numbers uses graphic mat to help bring poses to the people; used as adaptive tool
Winter storm that hit the DC area by the numbers
JetBlue to start Albany airport service in '15; NY-based carrier plans daily flights to Fla.
Smithsonian opens 3 museums in DC, others closed due to snow storm
Boulder, Colo., home of JonBenet Ramsey up for sale for nearly $2 million
Correction: Gap Year-Financial Aid story
A 57-year-old obit writer's cross-country bicycle trip evokes musings on life, love and death
To play or not to play? Corporate sponsorship, pop star domination raises questions about SXSW
The D.C. region's winter has called for shorts and flip-flops as well as hats and coats -- and one group is bringing a funny approach to teeter- totter temperatures over the last few months.
AP PHOTOS: Hindus celebrate Holi festival with joyful bursts of bright colors
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