New Nats closer just wants to win and be a good teammate in D.C.

With Ryan Zimmerman, Anthony Rendon and Jayson Werth returning to the lineup, Harper is back to bold proclamations.

There were far fewer fans at the first day of Redskins training camp, but many of them still were talking about the playoffs.

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Ryan Kerrigan might be the Redskins’ most boring star — and he’s fine with that

Ryan Kerrigan lives in a two-bedroom apartment with a roommate, plays a Super Nintendo, and hangs out at Caddies and Whitlow's. He's also one of the Redskins' best players.

Cleanup on Aisle 10, oft-injured RGIII shops for groceries on an electric skateboard

Look at those moves.

Which D.C. sports figure could replace Bill Cosby on Ben’s Chili Bowl’s wall?

There has been talk of removing Cosby's face from the recognizable mural. Here are three contenders to take his place.

One former GWU player is trying to clear his name and get back to the NBA, while an ex-Georgetown center is combating weight problems and depression by playing ball.

Four fans got their backs waxed on the dugout.

The exhibit is short and sweet, but fans turned out in droves.

Arenas says James isn't selfish enough to be a No. 1 option.

Some guys are just really hard to root for, no matter the reason.

Hoyas will show their appreciation for dads on Sept. 7.

Tony Kornheiser says bringing in Papelbon was the smart thing to do.

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