Latest DC Area Sports

Niles Paul Did Soul Searching After 'Concussion'Knowledge is power, but not necessarily a deterrent. As we learn more about concussions in football, players still want to be warriors.
This Weekend to Determine Return of Joe Ross to Nationals' RotationThis weekend could be pivotal to the return of Joe Ross to the Nationals' rotation.
Scot McCloughan Punches Wall Over Injury ReportSay what you want about Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan, but you can't say he doesn't care. The legend grows.
Dusty Baker Rests Trea Turner, Danny Espinosa FridayDespite Turner's hot play and increased confidence, the rookie will take a seat on Friday night, along with Espinosa, against the Giants.
Report: Nats Inquire on Bucs', Royals' ClosersCall it due diligence or writing on the wall for embattled closer Jonathan Papelbon, but the Nats are shopping for closers at the deadline.
Norman: Must Be Doing Something Right... Beckham Keeps Talking About MeJosh Norman is tired of the talking.
MLB Trade Rumors: Nationals May Be Willing To Part With GiolitoNationals reportedly may be willing to part with Lucas Giolito for the right return.
Why Aren't Fans at Redskins Camp?Washington Redskins open training camp to a curiously sparse audience.

News, Entertainment & Lifestyle

For Would-Be Reagan Assassin, Freedom Only Days AwayThe man who tried to kill Ronald Reagan will soon be free.
Marvin Bush Bashes Trump, Clinton: 'I'm Voting Libertarian'The brother of George and Jeb won't be supporting the Republicans or Democrats this year.
Prosecutors Drop All Remaining Charges in Freddie Gray CaseProsecutors have dropped the rest of the charges against Baltimore police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, bringing an end to the case without a conviction.
Watch Michelle Obama Bring Down the House at the DNCMichelle Obama denounced Donald Trump, without ever mentioning him by name, and praised Hillary Clinton in a powerful speech on the opening night of the Democratic National Convention.
Giant Confederate Flag Raised in VirginiaOne of the largest Confederate flags in the country was raised in protest in Danville.
Heat Forces Metro Trains to Limit Speeds to 35 MPHThe recent heatwave is causing additional delays on Metrorail.

Best of DC

Best End Of Summer Family Activities In Washington DCThe end of the summer can be bittersweet for most people, with school starting and trips ending. But some of the best activities happen as fall starts to creep in. From movies and concerts, to festivals and museum exhibits, there is still plenty to look forward to. Take your family to one of these fun end of summer events.
Best R&B Concerts Coming To Washington DCFrom soulful classics to modern hits, the beats and melodies that comprise this smoothly rhythmic style can be very diverse, varying by each musician’s own unique flavor. If you want to know where you catch some of the best R& B concerts coming to Washington D.C., here are a couple of suggestions.
5 Ways To Prep For School Before The First DayStart the school year off on the right foot by helping your kids prep for school before the first day.
Best Flea Markets In Washington DCFlea markets have become a haven for DIYers, vintage lovers and flippers. While those looking for a bargain have a little more competition now, it's great for artists looking to sell some of their work.
Best Craft Shows In Washington DCFrom the quirky to the refined, craft shows are plentiful in the Washington, D.C. area.
Best Outdoor Swimming Spots in Washington, D.C.Whether your ideal swim has you headed for the pool or a greater outdoor pursuit, there are plenty of swimming options to keep things cool.
Best Old School Arcades in Washington, D.C.The greater D.C. area is home to several well-known old school arcade venues that offer up nostalgic, timeless favorites in video gaming for yesterday’s child as well as the children (and adults) of today. Here are a couple old school arcades to check out.
Best Hangout Spots After Bar Close in Washington, D.C.When the bars close some people head home, but many people are looking for another fun spot to check out. Here is a list of five foodie venues where you can go to dine late night so that you can go home full and happy. Plus, the food will soak up some of that alcohol you indulged in at the bars! Be sure to check the websites for hours as most of these spots are open after the bars close, but not all night.

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