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New maps and directional signs are being added to the National Mall to help visitors find Washington's monuments and museums.
Ospreys that built a nest on a construction crane have stopped work on a bridge along Washington's Anacostia Riverwalk.
National Park Service chief spokesman David Barna joins host Derrick Dortch on today's show to talk about National Park Week.
April 22, 2011
When wounded warriors return home, they can face a struggle to reach their "new normal." But even Friday's dreary weather couldn't stop a group of them from taking a meaningful bike ride.
There's a Cinderella story on the National Mall, with beautiful columns and a domed roof.
If you've seen the Memorial Bridge recently, you've probably wondered what those odd looking temporary walkways are on both sides of the sidewalk.
Animal rights organizations are offering a reward for any information concerning the slaughter of a black bear cub, found last November in Quantico, Va.
Fired U.S. Park Police Chief Teresa Chambers will meet Tuesday afternoon with officials from the Department of Interior and National Park Service to determine how she will return to the job from which she was relieved in 2004, WTOP has learned.
The smell of fresh asphalt wafted through the air around the area Monday was a reminder that the work to get the the heavily trafficked riverside commuter artery next to Memorial Bridge back to a smooth, car-ready surface was finally complete.
The National Park Service is considering five different plans for a new security checkpoint at the base of the iconic obelisk at the center of the National Mall.