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Belinda Carlisle talks with WTOP about venturing back into pop music and touring with The Go-Go's.
One of baseball's charms is the game largely remains the same. Yet, a historic recording of a 1939 game between the Washington Senators and Cleveland Indians at the old Griffith Stadium demonstrates how the world has continued to change.
"Old-school" music listeners have something to new to cheer about.
The Beatles were likely the most-photographed band of all time -- so the idea of never-before-seen images of John, Paul, George, and Ringo seems impossible.
The father of a Sterling, Va., high school junior shot and killed inside a neighbor's home early Sunday morning says his son accidentally entered the home after attending a party.
The union representing U.S. Capitol Police says the department plans to put civilian employees on posts formerly staffed by sworn officers. This announcement includes posts at the Ford House Office Building.
Twitter's new music discovery app will make streaming songs easier on mobile devices, while simultaneously engaging Twitter users.
Two recording artists whose music was sampled in the viral Internet hit "Harlem Shake" would likely not win if they took their cases to court, says the editor-in-chief of Lawyers.com.
A game dating to ancient Rome is becoming a hot social event for young Washingtonians, but it's not your father's bocce.
David Lee Roth explains Van Halen's mysterious requirement that no brown-colored M&Ms be found backstage during the band's tours in the 1980s.