George Washington hired Andrew Ellicott to survey the land and after more than two-centuries Ellicott's stone markers are still standing.
The Tree That Owns Itself has its own Facebook page and children’s book.
Have you ever wondered who has lived on your property or in your house before you did? Did anyone famous live there or die there?
In western Maryland’s Allegany County there’s a piece of American history that’s pretty much been untouched for more than half a century.
In March The Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Park will open on the Eastern Shore of Maryland near Tubman's childhood home.
Through the years, more than a million dollars has been mined from the Luray wishing well.
Carter G. Woodson's Shaw neighborhood home will open to the public on Memorial Day.
"We’re all one diagnosis or one accident from being exactly in my situation."
After a person dies rigor mortis sets in. It’s the stiffing of joints and muscles. Yoga Mortis is for the living and it helps the body stay flexible.
WUSA9 Reporter Scott Rensberger remembers the great times at the Washington Coliseum before it became an REI store.