\”None of the above\” could be the deciding factor in the Nov. 5 election for Virginia governor.
WTOP colleagues Hank Silverberg and Chris Core spend much of the baseball season talking about their favorite sport. But all that friendly banter came to a head when the World Series began.
The rain made the morning commute along the Capital Beltway slow and dreary.
For many drivers, the faster ride on the 495 Express Lanes may have looked enticing —
saw the toll rate.
Gov. Bob McDonnell says Virginia should review its contract with the owners of a private toll road in Loudoun County to determine whether anything can be done to clamp down on the rising tolls.
Tysons Corner could be getting a long-awaited Valentine\’s Day gift. Officials say the Silver Line could be ready in February.
Relief is on the way for a residential neighborhood long plagued by bus noise and pollution.
The nation\’s third-largest marathon began Sunday morning as an estimated 40,000 runners took part in the Marine Corps Marathon, which began and will end at Arlington National Cemetery, winding its way through the District over its 26.2-mile course.
There\’s more to a test drive than kicking the tires, honking the horn or turning on the radio. We turn to Edmunds.com for tips.
Immigrations and Customs Enforcement has issued a warning – some of those lenses, sold without a prescription for as little as $20, can cause eye damage and even blindness.
Tolls are scheduled to go up again on the Dulles Toll Road in January. But it appears that may be the last toll hike for that road in the near future.
A more than 5-mile stretch of Route 606 in Loudoun County will be widened to reduce backups and commute times.
A spike in bicycle thefts in Arlington County has led to a stepped up regional effort to catch the crooks.
Michael Bloomberg joins a growing group of national politicians trying to influence Virginia voters, who will choose a new governor this November.
For the first time, a state commission that oversees utility companies will hear a challenge to a proposed toll hike along the Dulles Greenway.
It was a rare, violent crime in the heart of a small town and two years later to the date, police are still searching for clues.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.