President Trump: U.S. Launches ‘Precision Strikes’ In Syria
Police: Man Wanted In West Village Pistol-Whipping Robbed Another Victim Moments EarlierPolice say a man wanted for pistol-whipping a woman in the West Village last weekend robbed a man just minutes before.
Kory Lichtensteiger: Redskins' New Center of AttentionRedskins coach Jay Gruden described offensive lineman Kory Lichtensteiger as a natural center earlier in training camp.
D.C. ESPN's Highest-Rated TV Market for U.S.-Ghana World Cup MatchWell, if there was any question as to the popularity of soccer in the nation's capital, Washington, D.C. has spoken, registering as ESPN's highest-rated television market during the USA-Ghana World Cup match Monday evening.
A Good Read — Lady Catherine, the Earl, and the Real Downton AbbeyHere's a book for fans of the PBS drama "Downton Abbey, the wildly popular series featuring the life of an aristocratic family on a decadent 20th century English countryside estate.
A Good Read — Books for the Government ShutdownWith the ongoing government shutdown, now is the time to pick up that book you’ve been meaning to read or find a new one. WNEW’S Judlyne Lilly has a few suggestions.
Keith Burns Gives Redskins Special Teams New Look After 9 YearsAfter nine seasons the Washington Redskins have a new man at the helm of their special teams unit. But, as Reed Doughty says, 'change can be good.'
A Good Read -- Blind to Betrayal, By Jennifer Freyd and Pamela BirrellAuthor Jennifer Freyd says her book is about something we all have in common.
Redskins Hope for Wiser RGIII in Same Offensive SchemeThe only thing changing for the Redskins this season is RGIII's boosted NFL IQ. Their game plan remains the same.
A Good Read -- Combined Destinies: Whites Sharing Grief about RacismIn Combined Destinies: Whites Sharing Grief about Racism Co-editor Ann Todd Jealous says the anthology shows that racism hurts everyone.
A Good Read — The Last of the Doughboys by Richard RubinIt was almost a hundred years ago, 99 to be exact, when World War I began. The U.S. didn't enter the war until 1917 when it was nearly over, but America lost 117,000 men in just 19 months.
A Good Read -- Frozen In Time by Mitchell ZuckoffImagine surviving the winter for five months in a place where the wind can cut your eyes out. That's what five men had to do in Greenland in November 1942, as detailed in the book <em>Frozen In Time</em> by Mitchell Zuckoff.