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Foods packed with sugar, salt and fat -- you know, the ones you crave -- might trigger overeating in people with the predisposition for addiction, new research finds.
A 29-year-old man has been arrested and charged with assault after attacking his ex-girlfriend in the parking lot of a Calvert County hospital, Maryland State Police say.
The winter may not be known for sand and surf, but some regional beaches are about to get busy in the coming months.
Find out whether you own one of the area's most stolen cars.
The Federal Highway Administration is looking at how converting shoulder lanes into regular lanes can cut highway congestion. It's a practice already being done in parts of our area.
What are your chances of surviving a severe car crash? A new study finds how much you weigh has something to do with it.
The World Future Society predicts the next generation of college students will live where they want, taking most - if not all - of their classes online.
Facebook is part of the lives of many people. WTOP takes an in-depth look at the social media site and its impact on your life.
The Charles County Sheriff's Office is still searching for suspects in connection with the 30 vases stolen from a Waldorf cemetery in recent weeks.
A 32-year-old man has been charged with attempted arson after police say he spread gasoline at a Frederick, Md. apartment building where his car was towed.