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With more than one-third of renters spending more than 30 percent of their incomes on rent, alone, when does it become cheaper to buy, especially in a market experiencing above-normal rates of home value growth?
Helicopter parenting is more of an issue than ever on college campuses. An expert offers tips on how to back off before kids are off on their own.
From music venues in the '70s to clubs in the '80s and restaurants in the '90s, many places in Georgetown no longer exist. Why?
For the under-30 crowd, traveling via the shared economy is the norm, and renting out your apartment is a money-maker. But before you do, know the rules.
Researchers at Harvard University have developed robotic bees, called RoboBees, which one day could pollinate a field of crops.
Labor Day marks the end of summer, but several local chefs are preserving the flavors of the season by taking diners' minds off premature pumpkin-spice lattes and keeping them on summer beach bonfires.
Nutritionists may encourage limited amounts of salt, but some allergy sufferers can't get enough of it at a local salt cave.
It's back to school for many students in the D.C. area -- and back to busy schedules for many families. A chef has creative, kid-friendly recipes the whole family will enjoy.
The CDC calls the emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria "one of our most serious health threats." But researchers may have a way to stop some hospital superbugs.
It's hard to find a hot, nutritious lunch in D.C. for under $10, let alone one that's made from scratch and delivered free of charge in 20 minutes or less, but local startup MunchQuick is making it easier.
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