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WTOP has many hard and fast traditions: journalistic integrity, a commitment to our listeners and readers, destroying Christmas baked goods.
The American Heart Association is trying to get people to limit their intake to 1500 milligrams of sodium a day, which is somewhere between half and three-quarters of a teaspoon on table salt.
WTOP's Brennan Haselton recently went to The Dakota and Strawberry Fields, where one visitor told him him that Lennon's death, "was a shock."
A local group has been defining the sounds of Washington-area Christmas for almost 20 years, and they'll be coming to a neighborhood near you soon.
Passengers on commercial flights may still have to pay for cocktails, snacks and headphones, but one particularly sought-after feature will be free this holiday season.
A Maryland company will sniff out illegal drugs for you, but it will cost you $200 an hour.
If you're looking for some spine-tingling thrills this Halloween, look no further than Harpers Ferry.
WTOP.com Digital News Writer Paul D. Shinkman talks with radio reporters Neal Augenstein and Brennan Haselton about the iPhone apps used in Atomic Tom's recent viral video.
Tickets go on sale Thursday to see the Rolling Stone read his memoir at the New York Public Library.
Both states will exempt taxes on clothing under $100.