Bubble soccer is indoor soccer with one major difference: Players run around wearing giant, inflated “bubbles” that look like see-through beach balls.
Column | It could be a couple months until Robert Griffin III returns from an ankle injury. Yet, it will be a constant buzz around Redskins Park by late October.
Also, a photo found in the wreckage of 9/11 has been returned to its owner and grandparents keep tagging Grandmaster Flash on Facebook.
On Friday evening, the D.C. government bombarded 46,000 AlertDC subscribers with 108 text messages alerting them to the fact that a taping of "Real Time with Bill Maher" was causing street closures.
"Nobody owns anything but everyone is rich — for what greater wealth can there be than cheerfulness, peace of mind, and freedom from anxiety?"
Experts are scheduled to testify in a hearing today about the New Columbia Admission Act of 2013, which would make “New Columbia” the 51st state.
This cycle has what might be the most perplexingly random lineup yet.
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Washington topped the Jaguars 41-10 for its first win of the season, but lost its starting quarterback in the process.
Maryland's biggest rival comes to town looking for revenge after the Terps routed West Virginia 37-0 last year in Baltimore.