WTOP’s Noah Frank finally tuned into “Game of Thrones,” just in time for the last episode of the final season. See his review, based on only ever watching the series finale.
Former Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman and current MIT math Ph.D. candidate John Urschel joins WTOP to talk about his new book, “Mind and Matter: A Life in Math and Football.”
Yes, the Nationals’ bullpen is really bad, but it hasn’t always been this way. What happened to the effective relievers who used to wear the Curly W, and where are they now?
Legal sports betting is coming to D.C., but you won’t be able to place a bet on the citywide app just anywhere. There are unique challenges created by the District’s topography and the nature of the specific law that has been passed.
A D.C. native and DeMatha grad, Kenny Blakeney returns to the District as the 10th men’s basketball coach in Howard University history, with sky high expectations.
Baltimore Colts Hall of Fame defensive lineman Gino Marchetti died Monday at the age of 93.
If you’re looking for human drama to play out in the first round of the NFL Draft in Memphis Thursday night, don’t look for Dwayne Haskins. He’ll be out enjoying the blessings of being an NFL player, no matter when he’s selected.
The Nationals’ bullpen has been unsightly to start the year, but relief corps everywhere are struggling on a level we haven’t seen in a half century.
D.C. United is off to a hot start, fueled by the kind of success on the road that evaded them pretty much all of last year. Now, they need to take advantage by backing that up with wins at home.
Flint Hill School’s Tom Verbanic has racked up more than 230 victories as a football coach and is closing in on 400 wins as a baseball coach.
Venus Williams and Francis Tiafoe will be playing tennis on the roof of Union Market in Northeast D.C. this year. A 700-seat stadium for the Washington Kastles is being built on the roof, and will be turned into a community park when it isn’t tennis season. See photos.
Squash has traditionally been a game confined to country clubs and the Ivy League, but a new facility in D.C. — and a couple major tournaments being hosted there — is hoping to change that.
Morgan Wootten is synonymous with D.C. area high school basketball, but he is being honored this month for his lesser-known success in another sport.
The Library of Congress introduced a new crowdsourcing tool to help transcribe historical documents last fall. Branch Rickey’s scouting reports proved so popular, they’re already finished.
With the 2019 MLB season upon us, the WTOP sports staff takes its best crack at telling you what the future will hold this year.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.