Take a look back at the top local stories of the year.
WTOP reflects on its most memorable celebrity interviews of 2015.
This past year, WTOP’s Living section traveled to some interesting places and interviewed some fascinating people. Here’s a recap of some of the favorite stories from 2015.
Just because diets were popular in Google’s search engine doesn’t mean all the searchers actually tried them. An expert weighs in on the 10 most Googled diets of 2015.
WTOP counts down the #TOP15 D.C. sports moments of 2015.
Here’s a look at some of the most buzz-worthy ideas and products in tech this year that ultimately fell flat, met their demise or prompted their founders to go back to the drawing board.
WTOP compiles the most-read entertainment stories of 2015.
From domestic destinations to far-off cities, here were 15 popular places to travel in 2015.
‘Tis the season for New Year’s resolutions. WTOP checked in with some of the region’s top doctors to get their favorite health tips. Their ideas run the gamut, from keeping tabs on your heart health, to the best ways for athletes to prevent shin splints in the spring. Browse through this gallery for a look at the top health tips for 2016.
WTOP’s Noah Frank and Marcus J. Moore count down the #TOP15 albums of 2015.
From indie gems to blockbuster hits, WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley ranks the year’s best movies.
It was a tasty year, indeed. From juicy burgers to fresh juices, here are the top food stories of 2015.
As WTOP continues its #TOP15 countdowns, here are the sports stories you read the most this year.
Here’s a look at the top 50 entertainment images from the past year, from awards shows to wax figures and high-fashion runways.
Monday is a special day in the WTOP newsroom. That’s because the station gets to kick off the week in the company of an adorable animal from the Washington Animal Rescue League, in hopes to find them a forever home. Here’s a look back at all the pets WTOP featured this year, and where they landed after their radio debuts.
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.