Panama City, Florida, and nearby Mexico Beach are still feeling the wrath from Hurricane Michael six months after it barreled through the region. WTOP anchor Joan Jones shares her experiences touring the area and some of the devastation she encountered. See photos and video.
Zagat advises that you order a whole bottle of wine when out at a restaurant.
If you\’ve ever waited long for a drink at the bar, a new invention is right up your alley.
A Pew Research Center finds bosses are more satisfied with their lives than workers who are not in management.
They\’re brushed off as being \”the 1 percent,\” but the most wealthy Americans are also the most charitable on the planet.
The man who has sung the Star Spangled Banner at every Ravens home game will sing his final rendition.
If you have plans to buy a house in 2014, some new fees on the settlement sheet may surprise you.
The holiday season is in full swing. This year, you might be thinking about going digital when it comes to your communication.
Stores get sneaky to get your money — so you better get sneaky right back.
If the financial downturn beginning in 2007 taught anything, it\’s to get rid of debt and it looks like consumers may be doing more of that than economists expected.
This year, you can start reading that list and checking it twice a bit early.
It may be the prettiest football game you\’ll see this season. It\’s the Blondes Vs. Brunettes charity game to \”Tackle Alzheimers.\”
Cold temperatures have finally arrived in the D.C. area and that means higher energy bills. We\’ve got tips to make the most out of your furnace without emptying your wallet.
More people are texting and driving, and a Virginia Tech researcher believes future cars can reduce the risks.
Some women spend a small fortune on their handbags. Now, a new device could keep purses safe from thieves and from spilling over in the car.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.