Thunderstorms moved through the D.C. region late Tuesday and overnight, leading to thousands of power outages around the area. Scattered showers are expected to end by the morning rush hour, with Wednesday turning hot and humid. Follow the latest developments in WTOP's liveblog.
There is a $365 million strategy to return one of the institution’s most popular attractions to greatness.
The number of new HIV cases has declined the past six years, but the District’s infection rate is still problematic.
On Tuesday, Apple Music launched its streaming service after a highly publicized battle with singer Taylor Swift. But is it worth it?
A former member of the University of Virginia men’s swimming team filed a lawsuit against five teammates, claiming he feared for his life because their hazing was so extreme.
A scattered assortment of public officials across the Bible Belt are defying the U.S. Supreme Court and refusing to issue a license to anyone, gay or straight.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland’s minimum wage is going up a quarter. It increases from $8 to $8.25 on Wednesday. The increase is one of several approved by the Maryland General Assembly last year, when…
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Federal prosecutors say the last of three men charged with a string of cellphone store robberies has pleaded guilty in Norfolk. Twenty-one-year-old Edgar Brito of Virginia Beach entered his plea Tuesday…
DANVILLE, Va. (AP) — The Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors is ending its four-year battle to keep its tradition of opening its meetings with a prayer. A federal judge ruled the supervisor-led prayer was unconstitutional,…
Micro-hotels bring a whole new meaning to the phrase “sleep tight.” A look at the small-living trend that’s spreading to travel, and what to expect from two D.C. projects.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A heart doctor and Ivy League university president is taking charge of the Smithsonian Institution. David Skorton, the former president of Cornell University, begins his tenure Wednesday as the 13th secretary of…
Married couples put on more weight than single people, but they have healthier eating habits, according to a new study.
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