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Here is the latest on the cancellation of Megyn Kelly’s NBC morning show.
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Two former Washington Redskins cheerleaders have defended the organization after a report that women on the squad were required to appear topless during a 2013 calendar shoot in Costa Rica and to escort wealthy sponsors to a nightclub.
Reports show that somebody we might know could be up to replace Matt Lauer at the Today show.
Savannah Guthrie and co-author Allison Oppenheim join WTOP to discuss the inspiration for “Princesses Wear Pants” and how they define a princess.
In 2014, TODAY style editor Bobbie Thomas decided to put an end to the whispers when she talked about her struggles with infertility on national TV. Now, she wants others to speak up and do the same.
WASHINGTON — Charlie Sheen is about to drop a personal bombshell. Tuesday morning on the “Today” show, Sheen will make a revealing personal announcement in an exclusive sit-down interview with Matt Lauer. The actor will appear live…
WASHINGTON — Should you floss before you brush your teeth or after? Turns out there are benefits to both. Dr. Edward R. Hewlett, a spokesman for the American Dental Association, says to floss first. He argues this…
WASHINGTON — The holidays came with a rush of tears and happiness for this couple, as their son — a successful tech entrepreneur — gave mom and dad the gift of a lifetime. According to a…
The dog, Turbo, was brought in by an Indianapolis couple.
President George W. Bush says Putin insulted Barney the White House Dog.
D.C.-based 2Armadillos makes and sells crispy chickpeas. With a little national exposure, business for the new company is booming.
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Magazine recently offered NBC\’s \”Today\” show
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Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.