From ancient Greece to the American Confederacy, famous and powerful
figures have been immortalized through plaster masks sculpted during a person\’s
lifetime or immediately after their death.
Edgar Allan Poe\’s lifeless body has been found in a gutter, yet signs of the reclusive writer have been found all over Baltimore. A team of muckraking journalists sift through the clues to find out what happened to him.
Witches, dragons and even superheroes can\’t seem to help the box office this summer as ticket sales are down 20 percent compared to this time last year. So what gives?
The controversy over decriminalizing marijuana is turning into a heated battle between two local leaders with differing approaches to drug laws.
Washington Post reporter Ruben Castaneda was on the fast track when
it came to both work and play.
Imagine an island entirely inhabited and ruled by goddesses. Then imagine what would happen if a group of young men is suddenly marooned there.
In a world where millions of marriages end in divorce, the question of what happens to the children is worth considering.
Getting ready to take a long flight or road trip? Make sure to get up, move around and watch out for blood clots.
As the National Zoo prepares to close its Invertebrate Exhibit, WTOP decided to take a look at what visitors will be missing once these creatures are relocated.
As video game makers unveil new and improved titles at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, some parents might be wondering how to navigate the increasingly complicated playing field.
Laurence Juber has played guitar with Paul McCartney, snapped behind-the-scenes photos of Led Zeppelin and is now celebrating the release of his first book, \”Guitar With Wings: A Photographic Memoir.\”
Kim \”Kylla\” Dylla is not your average fashion designer. She\’s also not your average academic or heavy metal musician, and yet she\’s all of those things.
As college campuses empty for the summer, a debate is heating up nationally surrounding the suddenly hot topic of trigger warnings.
The D.C. region is full of outdoor events in the summer months. From sports to concerts, it\’s the perfect time to grab a grill, some folding chairs and tailgate the day away.
It isn\’t fun for anyone involved. From spouses to kids and the women themselves, menopause can be a difficult time.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.