For 24 hours on Monday, April 22, riders who don’t have an annual Capital BikeShare membership can use one of the company’s bikes for up to 30 minutes. Find out how to do it.
Forbes determines a team’s value by including the economics of the ballpark, not counting the real estate itself, the value of media rights and revenue and operating income among other factors.
SALISBURY, Md. (AP) — Police say a former pastor at a church in Maryland has been sentenced to four years in prison after pleading guilty to child pornography charges. The Daily Times of Salisbury reported…
Maryland officials have joined a host of congressmen in opposing the Trump administration’s plan to start underwater seismic testing along the Atlantic coast, operations that could lead to increased domestic production of oil and gas, but also could be harmful to marine animals.
Newly elected Prince William County Supervisor Victor Angry’s first vote effectively ended the latest proposal to increase taxes on data centers for fiscal 2020.
A Green Beret who died during a parachute training exercise in Virginia has been identified.
Alexandria City Council on Tuesday is expected to approve the issuance of up to $249.4 million in Industrial Development Authority bonds to support the land acquisition, construction and furnishing of the IDA office building and conference center planned for 701 E. Glebe Road. The institute acquired that site in April 2016 for $10.1 million, according to Alexandria property records. It has been planning a new headquarters since at least 2012.
A private cargo ship arrived at the International Space Station with food galore Friday, following a 1 1/2-day journey from Virginia.
The Virginia House of Delegates has finished a new searchable website that has biographical sketches of every lawmaker who’s served in the body for over the past 400 years.
The ceremony will be held Friday on Naval Station Norfolk. It will mark the 30th anniversary of the explosion on the Norfolk-based battleship on April 19, 1989.
A new Maryland law allows Johns Hopkins University to set up its own armed police force at its Baltimore campuses.
A fatal shooting this week marked the 50th homicide in D.C. this year. With a 35% increase in the homicide rate since last year, 2019 is shaping up to be another violent year.
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.
At Quarter Market in the newly redeveloped Ballston Quarter, the classic mall fare of the 1980s and ‘90s is gone. And its replacement is a microcosm of some of the D.C. area’s best chefs and restaurants.
An 83-year-old woman from Potomac, Maryland, has died after being hit by a car in Rockville on Thursday afternoon.
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.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.
Amazon's second headquarters is coming to Arlington County. Here's WTOP's complete coverage.