About 2,000 children go missing every day in the United States. And the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children says the case reminds the public that they are key to bringing children home safely.
Style for Hire's Lisa Tumbarello offers advice for dressing appropriately for an interview, as well as how to use those pieces later for the work place once you've landed the job.
Brain food isn't just about powering through a test or a grueling day at work. Doctors say certain healthy foods can also help ward off Alzheimer's disease.
The District of Columbia is set to certify the results of a recent special election.
A gas leak in Southwest D.C. Wednesday morning caused an evacuation and street closure.
Different hospitals in different places can charge very different prices for the same procedure.
Cummings to speak at graduation ceremony for Howard University's School of Social Work
Sheryl Crow to headline charity event for Down Syndrome awareness, research in DC
Humor, confidence and a properly fitted prosthetic will help the Boston Marathon bombing victims to recover and heal.
Police gathered in Downtown D.C. Tuesday for an annual mass to celebrate the lives of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. Cardinal Donald Wuerl reflected on the bravery of first responders who ran to help after two bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon.
Bulgarian street-naming request in DC stirs broader debate over country's role in Holocaust
DC estimates a record 18.9 million visitors in 2012, increasing by 1 million since 2011
DC police officer arrested on money laundering charge; had been with department for 1 year
Scrabble-mania ran wild in D.C. on Saturday, the second and final day of the 11th annual National School Scrabble competition.
WTOP Living is partnering with the Washington Animal Rescue League to feature a Pet of the Week available for adoption. Meet this week's pet below.
Not sure what to plan for Mother's Day? WTOP's got you covered.
The festival promises celebrities and every conceivable emotion.
Spring signifies many things in D.C.: Cherry blossoms, farmers markets, picnics in the park -- the list goes on. The season also means it's time for Passport D.C. event, a month-long celebration of international activities.
The D.C. Council is taking up a bill that seeks to make parents more accountable for children who miss too much school.
An erroneous ticket placed on a man's car in D.C. last month left him scratching his head -- especially since the error was stated on the ticket itself.