National Book Festival adds new programs on movies, cooking as event moves inside this weekend
The president wore a tan summer suit and cuffed pants for Thursday's address, and immediately the Internet lit up with shocked takes on the president's fashion choice.
A group of friends was robbed at gunpoint while they were hanging out on a back deck of a Chevy Chase home Monday night.
A new study by The Business Journals has identified the Washington region as the country's most affluent area, based on its strong performances in several indicators of wealth and earning power.
A $22 device caused quite the kerfuffle on a United Airlines flight earlier this week and its inventor is defending it.
If you park overnight in D.C., you can get a ticket if you don't have a D.C. license plate. It's an issue for Maryland and Virginia residents frequently brought to WTOP Ticketbuster's attention.
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.
WTOP has learned former Washington Redskins player Fred Davis is no longer in trouble with the law.
Metro is crediting a train operator and two Metro Transit Police officers with saving a man who jumped onto the tracks Tuesday night.
Two-time Academy Award winner Kevin Spacey will be in the nation's capital soon, but not to film his Netflix series, "House of Cards." He'll show off his vocal talents at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington for a one-night-only concert Sept. 29.
Marking its 125th anniversary, the National Zoo is getting back to its roots. It's putting on exhibit, for the first time in a decade, a pair of animals responsible for the zoo's founding -- Bison.
Good news for Crumbs fans: Some of the cupcake company's D.C.-area stores could reopen after a federal bankruptcy judge on Wednesday approved the sale of the company to a new owner.
Women from all over D.C. brought their bikes and shopping lists to a happy hour unlike any other. Instead of sipping on fancy cocktails, they were there to learn how to use table saws and work on their bicycles.
Adults are generally good about seeing that their children get the shots they need for school. But grown-ups need certain vaccinations as well, and many are skipping them.
Since 2010, a Maryland driver has been getting parking tickets in the mail from D.C. for different cars with a vanity plate, none of which belong to her.
As October looms, see the biggest obstacles in the way of the Nationals and Orioles meeting in the 2014 World Series.
DC prosecutors won't oppose light sentence for candidate who lied about campaign finances
Three women have been sexually assaulted in the Fourth District of D.C. in a five-day span, and the police say they may be connected.
Pinea, the new restaurant, aims to be a destination for local diners as much as it caters to hotel guests.
The D.C. region's largest electrical contractor abruptly shut down a little more than a month ago, forcing more than 700 employees to find new jobs and dozens of general contractors and sureties to find replacement firms to finish out the company's work.
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