Can a furry, four-legged creature really help save a life? Many
wounded warriors and their spouses say, \”yes.\”
Tired of friends on Facebook who overshare and fill your timeline with endless posts? There\’s now an easy way to unfollow them without unfriending them.
Smoking is the leading cause of death among military veterans
The IRS has issued a consumer alert after more than 1,000 victims have lost up to $5 million to a phone scam.
It\’s the season to find those nasty ticks embedded in skin — and there may be more this year due to the cold, wet winter.
Not all wounds are visible. A local couple opens up about the physical and mental effects of war.
Closing school is all fun-and-games for kids. But how do working parents deal with the scramble to find child care?
Twenty students from Charles County Public Schools got the chance Tuesday to talk one-on-one with American astronauts stationed aboard the International Space Station.
Depending on the type of loan, some students won\’t feel the pinch of doubling interest rates while others will take the hit upon graduation.
Throughout centuries of war, dogs have been by service members\’ sides, whether they\’re helping save lives in the battlefield or helping them heal.
Imagine showing up for work each day with this
task: Trying to save the life of a hero. The chief
of surgery at Walter Reed National Military
Medical Center talks with WTOP about the daunting
Operation Shower threw a baby shower for 40
expectant military spouses to let them know how
much they are appreciated.
Hikers in D.C.\’s Rock Creek Park are seeing
warning signs and blue patches of ground where the
National Park Service is using a herbicide to on
the invasive fig buttercup, a plant that sprouts
New data out from the George Mason
University Center for Regional Analysis and
Intelligence show February home prices and home
sales high. In fact, sales
this year were at their highest February level
In today\’s real estate market, there is proof
that sellers have the upper hand.
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.