Antonella Barba, a former “American Idol” and “Fear Factor” contestant who was arrested last year in Virginia with nearly 2 pounds of fentanyl will be allowed to live with her parents in New Jersey while awaiting trial.
Freddie Mac says a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 4.35 percent in the week ending Feb. 21, down for the third straight week. The record low for 30-year mortgages was in December 2012, at 3.31 percent.
The official White House ornament, a helicopter, pays homage to 34th President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who was the first sitting president to fly in a helicopter in 1957; he flew in both the Army and Marine Corps.
A group of famous civil rights activists plans to meet with Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam as he remains caught up in a racially-charged scandal.
Johns Hopkins University is again trying to convince the Maryland General Assembly that the university and other JHU institutions need a full-blown private police force for campus security – arguing that other prestigious private universities in cities like Baltimore have seen results with their campus police.
House and Senate committees in Baltimore will conduct hearings Friday on legislation that would allow Johns Hopkins University to have armed police officers patrol its campuses, hospital and adjacent areas. One Baltimore senator opposes that bill in its current form.
This year’s Atlantic sea scallop fishing year begins in several weeks, and federal regulators are proposing new management measures for the valuable fishery.
The Marshals Service said the search continues for 25-year-old Donquale M. Gray of Bluefield, West Virginia, with concentrated efforts in the Princeton, West Virginia, area.
The city of Alexandria will hold a virtual information session with Virginia Tech to outline plans for the university’s planned Innovation Campus.
The doctor treated patients in Columbia and Westminster, and the allegations span from 2009 to 2016.
This weekend, it is for cellphone cable and radio installation work between Pentagon and L’Enfant Plaza. All stations will be open, because Blue Line trains are scheduled to have regular weekend service.
There are now performance ratings for how well some vehicles’ automatic braking systems detect and avoid crashes with pedestrians. Here’s how the cars performed.
On My Take, in the wake of the arrest of a Silver Spring man who calls himself a white nationalist, Clinton Yates reminds you that there are those who want to harm others based on the color of their skin. They’re here and they walk among us.
With four weeks until the madness begins, where do local men’s college basketball teams fit into the NCAA Tournament picture.
Over the years, the National Building Museum’s Great Hall has been made into a beach, a beehive and an iceberg. And this weekend, it will go through yet another transformation when it becomes a theater for D.C.’s 2019 Architecture and Design Film Festival.
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.
The proliferation of smartphones and social media have provided more avenues for online predators to target children. In the WTOP series, “Preventing Online Predators,” WTOP goes behind the screen with undercover detectives who work to identify and track down child predators on the internet and speaks to a family about how their teen daughter was targeted.