Memorial Day travelers may still be greeted by long security lines at some airports, but sweet relief may be on the horizon. The Transportation Security Administration will add 768 new screeners by mid-June at some of the nation’s busiest airports, the agency’s chief said in D.C. Wednesday.
"American Idol" champ Trent Harmon will sing the national anthem at Sunday's concert on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol.
A Baltimore man allegedly was recorded saying he planned to “shoot some cops” after the acquittal of a Baltimore police officer charged in connection with the Freddie Gray case.
In 1896, the Dow Jones begins an index of 12 industrial stocks and in 1927, the Ford motor company produces the last and 15th million Model T.
Bon Appétit says it’s “so hot right now,” Business Insider calls it the “next big food trend” and the Los Angeles Times refers to it as the “craze” that “has taken the country by storm." It's poke, and it's gaining popularity in D.C.
An accused big-time drug dealer awaiting trial in a D.C. jail is now suspected of running a heroin ring inside the jail.
Wizards guard Bradley Beal made a visit to Japan to support the continued growth of basketball in the country. Read to see more about his daily adventures.
Have you ever imagined what it would be like to run your own baseball team? WTOP talked to two baseball writers who got that chance, and who wrote a book about their experience.
Intruders got past fences and gates at airports serving the nation’s capital 10 times in the past decade; none appeared to involve terrorism and all were caught.
Poke outposts are popping up in cities such as Philadelphia, New York and Chicago — and D.C. is next.
“American Idol” winner Trent Harmon sings the national anthem at this year’s Memorial Day Concert.
A young boy is seen hitting one of two suspects on surveillance video during an armed robbery at a GameStop in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Local insects are putting “the beat down” on stink bugs, a University of Maryland etymology professor says. But will that mean we’ll be seeing fewer of them this year?
As drivers hit the roads, many of us are in danger of letting our frustrations get the best of us and could wind up paying dearly for it.
Are those Facebook quiz posts safe to use, or are they a scam? The Data Doctors' Ken Colburn says that data mining companies are taking more than just your information.
While it seems as if everyone is doing it, the number of consumers who actually “cut the cord” may be smaller than expected.
“There are very few laws in any state that actually describe what a rescue group is or hold them to any standards,” said Cory Smith, director of public policy at the Humane Society of the United States.
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