A D.C. man who was brutally attacked more than six years ago while walking home from a Nationals game is working and living in D.C. again while coping with the challenges of living with a traumatic brain injury. See video.
In one of the biggest video games of the year, players have to fight their way through the apocalyptic ruins of Washington, D.C. Recreating the District, and destroying it, for The Division 2 was no small task. Here’s how developer Massive Entertainment did it. See photos and video.
Watch a livestream as members of the House and Senate take part in a ceremony at the U.S. Capitol as the casket of former President George H.W. Bush arrives.
A 19 ½-foot-tall Fraser fir has made its way from North Carolina to D.C., and is being presented at the White House Monday.
Watch a livestream from the U.S. Capitol as Sen. John McCain lies in state.
Watch a livestream of Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin’s funeral in Detroit.
WTOP recently toured Blue Bottle’s D.C. coffee lab in an effort to learn a thing or two about making a better cup of Joe. After all, if there’s one thing that keeps a newsroom running, it’s coffee. Watch the video to learn about the company’s pour-over process.
He was rescued from poachers in the Democratic Republic of Congo, according to the organization Lwiro Primates.
A man in Loudoun County, Virginia, got a slippery start to his day thanks to a little black ice on his driveway. It was caught on camera. Watch it here.
Did you keep up with all of this year’s viral videos? Here are the top 10 of 2017 on YouTube.
Struggling to come up with meaningful gifts for everyone this holiday season? A D.C. craft studio has workshops and ideas for thoughtful DIY gifts.
After their video went viral, members of Baltimore’s Cardinal Shehan School choir performed their rendition of Andra Day’s “Rise up” on “Good Morning America” Wednesday.
Researchers have pieced together images of hurricanes Irma and Jose from over the last few days, providing a time-lapse look at the storms from space.
Even though it is weakened, Irma is still wreaking havoc from Florida to Georgia to South Carolina. Check out the videos to see the destruction the storm has left in its wake.
Online webcams streamed live video from the Caribbean as Hurricane Irma moved in, and many of those cameras were taken out by the powerful storm. See footage.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.