Balancing the use of a family’s private wealth alongside potential government aid became a bit easier when Congress passed the ABLE Act of 2014. Learn more about how ABLE accounts can help.
Glenelg running back Wande Owens surpassed 5,000 career rushing yards last week and has his eyes set on the Howard County record. See other top performers from around the region and be sure to vote in the poll to determine our DMV Game of the Week.
Pet of the Week is a weekly feature that highlights a pet available for adoption from D.C.’s Humane Rescue Alliance.
Finding solutions to pay for long-term care is a critical conversation to have while planning plan for a successful retirement. Nina Mitchell, a senior wealth adviser has some tips.
Three straight 300+ yard rushing performances earned Falls Church running back Dakwandre Marshall the DC Touchdown Club Player of the Week. Vote for the Game of the Week in our poll.
As the Washington Capitals raise their championship banner and get their rings, meet the 2018-19 squad ready to defend their title.
Freedom-Woodbridge senior running back TaQuan Brown rushed for a career-high 331 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Eagles to a 47-13 victory over Hylton.
Westfield High School senior wide receiver and defensive back Taylor Morin earned Player of the Week honors. See why and vote for the next Game of the Week.
Churchill senior quarterback Michael Janis threw for six touchdowns in his team’s 49-27 win over Gaithersburg to earn Military Bowl DC Touchdown Club Player of the Week honors.
St. John’s wide receiver Rakim Jarrett has the Cadets off to a 3-0 start against one of the toughest schedules in the country.
Do you know what you’d do if an emergency hits? What if you’re at work, your spouse is stuck in traffic and your children are in school? WTOP has the information you need.
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The WTOP Sports department brings you its predictions for the 2018 Washington Redskins season, as well as bold predictions for the NFL.
WASHINGTON — Burt Reynolds, star of ‘Smokey and the Bandit,’ ‘Deliverance’ and ‘Boogie Nights,’ has died at 82, his agent confirmed to ABC News. Story developing.