Ride-share services such as Uber and Lyft put workers at increased risk of exploitation, and D.C. needs to examine the many possible effects of such services, Georgetown University researchers warn in a new study.
The bells of Washington National Cathedral tolled Thursday afternoon as a show of support for Notre Dame Cathedral after a fire ravaged the 850-year-old structure in Paris, France. Although D.C.’s cathedral is just over 100 years old, it has faced its own structural issues after a 2011 earthquake.
A tiny house resort in Lost River, West Virginia, was created by three Gallaudet University graduates, and welcomes everyone to experience a “deaf-centric” retreat. See photos.
Staying active in a major city can prove challenging — but according to a recent study, Arlington and D.C. are among the best cities in the country for runners.
The platform, which serves one billion users worldwide, is available across the arena’s ticketing, concessions and team store — making Capital One Arena the first stadium of its kind globally to have the leading Chinese payment app available for visitors.
The 22 men and seven women were on the Washington segment of the Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Ride, a multiday cycling event through Maryland and Virginia.
Days after a civil suit alleging that at least eight children were sexually abused at a Washington Hebrew Congregation preschool was filed, the D.C. attorney general has launched a criminal investigation into the preschool and its administration.
Awesome Con — D.C.’s own version of Comic Con — has partnered with Atlas Brew Works for a limited-release beer canned exclusively for the convention and available at local restaurants.
Watch Attorney General William Barr’s news conference, held Thursday ahead of the release of a redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
Gentrification is a word that gets thrown around a lot when we hear about a new craft brewery or boutique shop opening in the city’s warehouse district. But what does it mean for D.C.’s residents, historically?
A man was fatally shot after a dispute with another man while working with a road crew in Southeast D.C. Wednesday.
More than 300 jazz artists will perform at venues in every quadrant of D.C. for the city’s annual jazz festival this June. “If you love jazz music, you can’t miss this,” one organizer said. See photos and video of the performers.
A Washington institution with a special connection to Notre Dame is helping to get money to the historic, fire-ravaged cathedral.
After a yearlong FBI investigation into a narcotics conspiracy throughout D.C. and Maryland, a Maryland man has pleaded guilty to trafficking crack and powder cocaine, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
The pizza chain &pizza will be able to bake 300 pizzas an hour in its new cube location. See photos.
As WTOP marks 50 years on the radio, those who helped make it what it is today are looking back at their experiences and at the stories that have touched the nation's capital.
Amazon's second headquarters is coming to Arlington County. Here's WTOP's complete coverage.