For years doctors have told women to take vitamin D and calcium supplements to keep their bones strong and healthy, but today the same independent panel of medical experts that came up with those controversial mammogram guidelines four years ago is refuting that, saying these pills may have no benefit what so ever. News4's Doreen Gentzler reports.
Dr. Jackie Eghrari-Sabet, of Family Allergy & Asthma Care in Gaithersburg, Md., shares what women can do to stay heart healthy.
We're in the midst of season 14 of the Biggest Loser, and the action is heating up as contestants continue to shed pounds. One of those contestants, Michael Dorsey is from just outside of Baltimore. We recently caught up with his wife, who told us how the college professor is finally starting to win his battle against the bulge.
Two police officers were wounded and a suspect was killed in a shooting in Northeast Washington Thursday night.
Police say a mother shot and killed her teenage son after they got into an argument Thursday night.
As the local bald eagle population grows, the District has signed new legiation designed to protect the city's rivers and wildlife. News4's Mark Segraves reports.
News organizations including The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, CNN and Politico were blocked from joining an informal, on-the-record White House press briefing Friday. The Associated Press chose not to participate in the briefing after White House press secretary Sean Spicer restricted the number of journalists included. Typically, the daily briefing is televised and open to all news organizations credentialed to cover the White House.
A woman once silenced by domestic violence now uses her voice to help D.C. police.
"And we agree. We agree! We all agree!" said one. "I think that everyone genuinely loves the country, and people just have questions that they don't necessarily have the answers to," said another. Remarkably, what began as demonstrations outside of the Conservative Political Action Conference at National Harbor in Maryland Friday gave way to relatively civil debates between critics and supporters of President Donald Trump. News4 Prince George's County Bureau Chief Tracee Wilkins shows us how it unfolded.