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It's no laughing matter. Modern clowns are rarely perceived as innocent and silly. These days, they're terrifying. Why? (Photos)
Inside an old shop in Frederick, Maryland, a medium delivers messages from the dead. WTOP's Rachel Nania shares her experience in a "spirit circle."
The 'well-behaved kids' in restaurants are often pacified with an iPad. Has the age of technology transformed the dining experience?
How does one go about choosing the healthiest products at the grocery store? A new database can help.
"Everybody and anybody" is the new face of heroin, and when that face is your child, confronting the realities of drug abuse is much scarier. Two moms share their stories.
A number of D.C. chefs have competed on Bravo's hit show 'Top Chef,'and this season is no different. This chef has worked in a local kitchen since he was little.
It's a title that belongs to only 219 people around the world, but a growing number are representing D.C., placing Washington on a more prominent spot on the world's culinary map.
It's only natural to feel rushed when talking about the need to book holiday travel, but now is the best time.
In the U.S., an estimated 70 billion pounds of edible food goes to waste each year. A local snack company is hoping to change those statistics.
A famous food brand opened a four-week pop-up restaurant, but food isn't the only thing on the menu. What it hopes to accomplish.
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