• Lombo's sac fly gives Nationals walk-off victory

    6/5/13 8:01 AM

    Steve Lombardozzi's sacrifice fly in the ninth Tuesday night gave the Washington Nationals their first late-inning comeback win of the season, capping a two-run rally for a 3-2 victory over the New York Mets.

  • Four men set to be tried for Sean Taylor murder

    6/4/13 8:41 AM

    Nearly six years after he was shot to death inside his Florida home, the trial for four men charged in the murder of Washington Redskins standout Sean Taylor will begin this August.

  • GU head of gay-rights group shrugs off Hibbert's slur

    6/3/13 3:20 PM

    Thomas Lloyd,  president of GU Pride, the school’s undergraduate organization for LGBTQA, or Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, Queer/Questioning and Allied students, shrugs off the comment by the former Hoya.

  • Groundbreaking set for Loudoun County stadium

    6/3/13 12:00 PM

    Construction is set to finally begin on a new multi-use stadium in Loudoun County this week, WTOP reports, and workers have precious little time to get the facility ready for action.

  • Grant Hill retires from the NBA after 19 seasons

    6/2/13 9:46 AM

    The former South Lakes High School standout  averaged 16.7 points, 6.0 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 1.2 steals during a career that included stints with the Clippers, Detroit, Orlando and Phoenix.

  • Braves beat Nats in 10th inning

    6/2/13 7:28 AM

    B.J. Upton returned to the lineup and had two hits, including a game-ending, broken-bat single in the 10th inning that lifted the Atlanta Braves to a 2-1 win over the Washington Nationals on Saturday night.

  • Stephen Strasburg has slight strain, MRI shows

    6/1/13 8:10 PM

    Washington manager Davey Johnson says an MRI showed a slight strain in Stephen Strasburg's right side, and the team is hoping the right-hander can avoid the disabled list.

  • Nats overcome Strasburg injury, beat Braves

    5/31/13 11:53 PM

    Craig Stammen pitched four perfect innings after ace Stephen Strasburg left with a strained right oblique, Denard Span tripled and scored two runs, and the Nationals beat the Atlanta Braves 3-2 on Friday night.

  • COLUMN: Curl case exposes college sports hypocrisy

    5/31/13 5:52 PM

    OPINION: The nearly three-decade old case involving former University of Maryland swimming coach Rick Curl - sentenced last week to seven years in prison for child sexual abuse - is a reminder of how the system operates.

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