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Redskins owner Dan Snyder and team President Bruce Allen had their sights set on the Ohio State standout leading up to the NFL draft and didn’t even have to trade up to get him, getting someone they hope will be their quarterback of the future by taking Haskins with the 15th pick Thursday night.
Leaders in Arlington County voted late Thursday night to change the name of Jefferson Davis Highway to either “Richmond Highway” or “Richmond Boulevard.”
Storm Team4 meteorologist Chuck Bell said that the region is under a “slight risk” for severe storms on Friday. A strong thunderstorm is forecast to touch down on parts of Prince George’s County shortly after 8 a.m. Here’s what you need to know.
The work is planned over the next four weekends. Single and double lane closures are scheduled in the main lanes from late Friday nights into Sunday afternoons as crews rehabilitate five bridges.
Edlavitch Tyser Early Childhood Center director Deborah “D.J.” Schneider Jensen was placed on administrative leave this week amid allegations she and the school ignored the warning signs of sexual abuse taking place on its D.C. campus.
Ride-hailing giant Uber is planning to sell 180 million shares for between $44 and $50 per share, in a sign of caution.
After going cashless for more than two years, D.C.-founded salad chain Sweetgreen announced Thursday they will again accept cash in all their restaurants by the end of 2019.
After a life of service to country, and fellow wounded veterans, Marine Sgt. Rob Jones is looking forward to being able to do more things most homeowners take for granted. See photos and video.
Amazon hopes that cutting delivery times in half will make its $119-a year Prime membership more attractive, since every other online store offers free deliveries in two days. Amazon also can’t compete with Walmart and Target, where ordering online and picking up at a store is becoming more popular with shoppers.
Verizon Wireless has been testing its 5G network in Chicago and Minneapolis, and announced that D.C. will be one of the 20 markets that will get it next.
A D.C.-area realtor and developer and an FBI agent are charged with bribing a D.C. employee to get confidential information, and using it to make lucrative real estate deals in the nation’s capital.
Spring has sprung throughout the region, but temperatures are expected to dip this weekend. WTOP’s Garden Editor Mike McGrath has tips on what to do with your peppers and tomatoes, and the best way to approach that first lawn mowing of the season.
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A federal magistrate says a Coast Guard lieutenant accused of being a domestic terrorist is entitled to be released from custody before his trial.
Metro is investigating an incident when a train nearly struck workers that were on the tracks near the Pentagon City station.
John Havlicek’s legacy was built over 16 years with the Boston Celtics, eight of them as NBA champions, making him among the best to ever play the game.
Credit cards, gift cards, cash and a firearm were among the items stolen from over 25 vehicles and a garage in Ashburn’s Belmont communities Tuesday and Wednesday nights, sheriff’s officials said.
A growing tide of Maryland officials are calling for Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh to step down after federal agents raided her government offices and city homes.
A concert to benefit Notre Dame Cathedral is set for Friday night at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. Among those performing will be Johann Vexo, Notre Dame’s organist, who was playing when the fire broke out April 15.
The 23-year-old man shot earlier this week in Landover, Maryland, has died Thursday, Prince George’s County police said.
According to a new survey, expense was the most cited reason among respondents not planning to vacation this summer. But there are ways to mitigate the cost and have some fun.