• Ex-lawyer for ‘D.C. Madam’ has names, not just client phone numbers

    The former lawyer for “D.C. Madam” Deborah Jeane Palfrey says her sealed escort service records, which allegedly could affect the 2016 presidential election, contains customer names, addresses and social security numbers.

  • Top 50 romantic movie couples

    From Rhett & Scarlett to Harry & Sally, who are the most romantic movie couples?

  • A new prescription for type 2 diabetes: A low-fat vegan diet

    Diabetes rates are on the rise and Washington is no exception: One in three adults has elevated blood sugar and a third of children are on their way to full-blown diabetes. The question isn’t “How did we get here?” but “How can we fix it?” and fast.

  • Newton defends actions at Super Bowl: ‘I will not conform’

    The league’s MVP has been widely criticized for walking out of a three-minute press conference after a 24-10 loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday in which he answered questions with mostly one- and two-word responses.

  • Terror attacks on airplanes trigger TSA adjustments

    After an explosion on a plane, the Transportation Security Administration is taking an even closer look at air carriers that fly into the U.S.

  • Today in History: Feb. 9

    In 1950, Sen. Joseph McCarthy first accused the government of being riddled with communists, marking the start of McCarthyism. In 1960, actress JoAnne Woodward had the first star placed on the Hollywood Walk of fame, and in 1964, the Beatles appeared on "The Ed Sullivan Show."

  • Crowded D.C. homeless shelter to be replaced with new housing citywide

    The plan calls for providing one short-term housing facility in each of the city’s eight wards — an increase from the six the Council agreed to in November.