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Drivers who listen unconditionally to navigation systems can end up getting into trouble, lost or routed onto all-electronic toll roads. So, Waze has made an adjustment E-ZPass users might want to know about.
President Donald Trump says he is canceling his plans for a military parade through the streets of Washington because the price was “ridiculously high.”
According to the PARCC assessments, tests that measure whether students are on track to be ready for college and careers, scores were up across almost all grades and subjects in the District.
Between prices and wait times, the Washington-area housing market is showing signs of slowing down, and buyers may be starting to balk at rising prices.
The D.C. area went from an A-minus to a C-plus on a survey measuring the area’s small-business friendliness. D.C. scores took the biggest hits this year in business regulations, licensing and tax codes.
Shake, rattle and roll … but just a little bit. The United States Geological Survey reports that a small, 1.7 magnitude earthquake hit the Ashburn area of Loudoun County, Virginia.
Goucher President Jose Bowen said the Towson school needs to reallocate resources, which means cutting majors such as mathematics, physics and music.
The average chief executive received $18.9 million last year, a 17.6 percent increase from 2016, as the wages of a typical worker rose just 0.3 percent, according to research by the Economic Policy Institute, a Washington-based think tank.
Balancing a retirement budget can be challenging – here’s advice on how to bring your expenses into line with a more modest retirement income.
Amid criticism over events surrounding Jordan McNair’s death, a new memo reveals University of Maryland-College Park President Wallace Loh nixed a proposal to reform the university’s health care program for student athletes.
“Through your actions, you have embarrassed us in the eyes of our children, humiliated us on the world stage and, worst of all, divided us as a nation,” wrote William H. McRaven, the retired Navy admiral who oversaw the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, in an op-ed.
WTOP Car Guy Mike Parris got the inside story on the industry by visiting the world’s largest wholesale auto auction facility, in Manheim, Pennsylvania.
In one case, a priest was eventually removed yet still received financial support — even after a new victim had come forward alleging abuse. In the case of another priest, Cardinal Wuerl was more aggressive, pushing to get the priest evaluated.
Chris Watts has been taken into custody in connection with the disappearance of his pregnant wife, 34-year-old Shanann Watts, and their two daughters, 4-year-old Bella and 3-year-old Celeste.
Is Microsoft about to charge a monthly fee for Windows 10? Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn looks at the tech giant’s plan for the popular operating system.
The millennia-old cheese is a crucial insight into life in ancient Egypt. Just don’t eat it.
Surveillance video released by police showed three people trying to steal wigs out of a beauty salon.
“What we’re doing is we’re exposing patients to small amounts of the food allergen, so that over time, their body becomes tolerant of it and they don’t hyper-react,” said Opack’s allergist, Dr. Rachel Schreiber.