Two generational talents just entering the prime of their careers are available in free agency. Why aren’t more teams trying to sign them?
The Washington Nationals shored up their infield with a three-time All-Star second baseman.
A new book from the Library of Congress chronicles the fascinating origins of baseball cards, from simple giveaways to priceless collectibles.
As the partial government shutdown drags toward its third full week and workers face the prospect of missing paychecks beginning Friday, local pro and college sports teams are stepping in to ease the financial burden. Get the details.
The only fair College Football Playoff system is a one that gives everyone a chance to take part, at the very least. It’s time to expand the field.
After a wild and crazy 2018, there are plenty of stories to watch for in D.C. sports this year. These are the ones we’ve got our eyes on.
You may not have turned your attention to college basketball yet, but it’s never too early to look ahead to which teams might be busting brackets come March.
D.C. police are asking for the public’s help to find a suspect from a fatal shooting in Southwest D.C. in November.
From fancy to family-friendly to frill-less, here are some options all around the D.C. area to ring in 2019.
The National Football League is the most popular expression of America’s most popular sport — and also a reflection of the systemic power structures and injustices of our broader society.
We’ve sorted through the good and the bad, the memorable and the monumental from the world of local sports in 2018 to come up with our Top 10 stories of the year.
Washington released safety D.J. Swearinger Monday after he criticized coaching decisions following Saturday’s loss to the Tennessee Titans.
Virginia Tech’s path to this year’s Military Bowl took plenty of twists and turns, and was in doubt until the moment it was announced. Take an inside look at how the bowl selection process works.
The D.C. Council passed a bill regulating sports gambling in the District on Tuesday. But how much gold is there really in the gold rush to capitalize on the industry?
Sports activism has seen a resurgence in the last few years, especially in football at both the high school and college level around the D.C. area.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.