Two suspects robbed and assaulted two others whom they met to purchase a pair of shoes Tuesday evening, D.C. police said.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which passed both houses of Congress Wednesday, includes changes to commuter benefits for employers and employees. An official with the Society of Human Resources Management explains.
Prosecutors are set to argue that criminal charges should be reinstated against the engineer in a deadly 2015 Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia.
A D.C. Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner used racially charged language and urinated on the floor of a Prince George’s County police station before being charged with a DUI and resisting arrest, police say.
Looking for dinner, entertainment or drinks on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day? Nycci Nellis, WTOP food contributor and founder of The List Are You On It, has some of the top places to visit.
On Tuesday, the Pepco filed a request with the Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia asking permission to boost rates by $66.2 million. They say it would work out to an average of $7.54 a month.
Music increasingly is becoming a part of patient care. The challenge: Harnessing music to do more than temporarily ease the sick. Now, the National Institutes of Health is bringing together musicians, music therapists and neuroscientists to tap into the brain and figure out how.
A child was struck by a minivan Tuesday morning in Northeast D.C. near 20th Street and Quincy Street, and has been taken to a hospital, D.C. officials said.
D.C. drivers will get a gift this January as the second part of the four-part rehab project on Beach Drive is set to open in January between Tilden Street and Blagden Avenue.
Finding gifts for the hard-to-shop-for can take a toll. One Dupont Circle shop hopes to make it easier, by featuring more than 60 D.C.-area small businesses.
Two women and a firefighter were taken to the hospital after a fire broke out on a first floor apartment in Northeast D.C. on Monday night. A dog was also removed to safety.
Rats are a problem in D.C. and most major cities, but the District is unveiling its newest weapon in the war on rats: dry ice.
Metro trains are vibrating some homes in D.C.’s Petworth neighborhood, but Metro believes the shaking isn’t enough to cause structural damage. The preliminary results of a study say that the new 7000-Series trains aren’t necessarily to blame. They haven’t, however, yet figured out what’s causing it.
In an effort to ensure unused prescription opioids don’t fall into the wrong hands, five new opioid drop-off points have been set up throughout D.C.
Native American activists have reignited the debate over changing the Washington Redskins football team name. On Sunday, they rallied outside the FedEx field in Landover, Maryland.
It’s been 50 years since parts of D.C., erupted in a wave of rioting, looting and arson, in the wake of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King. WTOP takes an in-depth look at what happened and what people remember.