Today, Feb. 26, is Tell a Fairy Tale Day. In honor of it, we’re sharing some fairy tales. In fact, we’re sharing the morbid reality behind some of the oldest and most loved fairy tales.
WASHINGTON — Those wanting to save energy and save cash can take advantage of Maryland’s tax-free weekend during Valentine’s Day weekend. Starting Saturday Feb. 14 and running through Monday shoppers in Maryland can purchase some Energy Star…
As parents age, roles often switch — caregiver becomes the cared for. As this transition happens, important and often difficult conversations must be had as a family.
Insurance often comes down to legal requirements and financial hits. We have to
insure our cars and we insure our health because, without it, bankruptcy could be
reality when faced with a major illness. But what about that furry face that
greets your every morning and curls up with you at night?
Not everyone is drinking out of a giant cup of Christmas cheer this year. But before you go hounding \”the grinches,\” stop and think about why people might be low on spirit.
Noel Paul Stookey, a third of Peter, Paul & Mary, talks to WTOP about his plans to return to the National Mall for the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington.
Sound like Big Brother? CEO says there\’s a different goal.
Long-distance drivers and highway travelers praise cruise
control, but a recent study warns drivers may want to rethink its use.
Why is it that out of the top 10 most unfriendly cities in the world, five are in the United States?
Kids need consistent sleep schedules to ensure their ever-changing brains develop correctly. But getting them into a routine is the hard part.
While a bigger, more affordable house outside the city is appealing, long commutes to work are costly to body and mind — not just the bank.
There\’s nothing stopping all pesky robocalls from reaching phones, but some apps and number-blocking services can help.
While water restrictions remain in southern Prince George\’s
County, no customers are expected to be without water this week, according the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission.
Usually, siblings meet each other on a birthday.
Sometimes they meet at baggage claim.
While the Internet offers us access to a
plethora of educational information and tools to
live our lives better and more efficiently, some
of us know what it\’s really for: cats and
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.