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If federal budget cuts automatically take place in January, the Washington region could see lose about 65,000 federal jobs and 96,000 federal contractor positions, according to Stephen Fuller, director for the Center for Regional Analysis at George Mason University.
Think the guy in the next cubicle is being rude by wearing his earbuds and listening to music? He may just be sharpening his brain.
After every major power outage, there's a call to bury electric lines. The latest WTOP Beltway Poll shows which utility customers favor that move the most.
The latest WTOP Beltway Poll shows that 88 percent of customers continued to remain satisfied with their electric utility after the June derecho.
Imagine buying a home, getting ready to move in and having a major catastrophe strike. It happened to one couple in Maryland.
A man, woman and child were found dead in an Owings, Md., home Tuesday morning in what Calvert County Sheriff officials say was a murder-suicide.
With kids going back to school at the end of August, many hotels have excess inventory and are willing to offer deep discounts, says Orbitz Senior Editor Jeanenne Tornatore.
The hot, steamy, stormy weather is leading to the worst blood shortage in 15 years.
The Cannon Building was invaded by all shapes, sizes and ages of canines and cats Tuesday afternoon. Several shelters and animal rescue groups across the region showcased their dogs and cats up for adoption on the Hill.
Camp Accomplish is the only camp in the country that integrates both children with disabilities and those without. WTOP's Darci Marchese spent a day talking with campers, parents, counselors and staff to get a sense of what makes this camp stand out.