If you’re spending Thanksgiving in the D.C. area, there’s no shortage of fun outdoor events for the whole family. Here are some popular races in the D.C. area that are still accepting registration.
Roughly 35,000 people were up bright and early Sunday outside the Pentagon, ready to run the 34th annual Army Ten-Miler. The race draws people from all 50 states as well as those from other countries who want to run from the Pentagon into D.C. and back again.
A Harvard-based study published Wednesday shows that a higher percentage of Asian, Black and Hispanic women are diagnosed with breast cancer by age 50 than white women.
A Yale University dean has been placed on leave after writing controversial remarks on her Yelp reviews of local businesses, including calling people who dined at one restaurant “white trash.”
The 45th Cherry Blossom race will bring road closures in D.C. Sunday, as thousands of runners are expected to participate.
An estimated 1,500 runners will participate in the Valentine’s Day-themed Love the Run You’re With 5K in Arlington on Feb. 12. The race offers a challenging course—and perhaps an opportunity for a love connection.
To many, the election of President Barack Obama signaled the U.S. was inching into a post-racial era. But a journalist and White House correspondent said that in a lot of ways, the country is in a backslide.
WTOP’s Kristi King captured scenes from D.C.’s 11th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade on Monday.
More than 20,000 runners participated in the third annual Across the Bay 10K Sunday, including Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan.
The Army Ten-Miler will bring some 35,000 runners to Arlington and D.C. Sunday. Find out how to get around.
The mission of Coffee with a Cop: to meet members of the community in a relaxed atmosphere to talk about issues of concern, and to build relationships.
A survey of diverse and predominately Hispanic neighborhoods throughout the D.C. area has uncovered a substantial fear of police among black people and Hispanics.
Eight years ago, doctors said Xochitl Vargas would likely never walk. Last year, she completed her first 5K race — and she’s not stopping there.
The star of “Race” explains how he re-created Jesse Owens’ triumph at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
The new movie “Race” depicts the life of Jesse Owens, a civil rights pioneer ahead of his time.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.