A blind man who tumbled onto the NYC subway tracks along with his guide dog are alive today thanks to some quick work by a few of the city's subway riders. (Dec. 17)
The Mega Millions jackpot soared to an estimated $636 million on Tuesday, making it the second largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history. (Dec. 17)
The Cox Washington News Bureau looks back at some of the most iconic images of 2013 from the nation’s capital.
The playoffs may pay off for Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito, even from the sideline. Incognito will remain on the NFL's suspended list with pay for the rest of the season, including the playoffs, a person familiar with the situation said. (Dec. 17)
With 2013 almost in the history books, what will be the big headlines in the next 12 months from our nation's Capitol? Here are the stories we'll be watching in 2014 as picked by the staff of the Cox Media Group Washington Bureau.
The Mega Millions' jackpot has reached the second highest amount in the game's history at $586 million. Ticket holders have a one in 259 million chance of winning, but can win up to a million dollars if they get 5 out of the 6 numbers correct. (Dec. 16)
In one of his last speeches, Chairman Ben Bernanke said the Federal Reserve's willingness to make "tough but necessary decisions" was one of its greatest assets over the last 100 years. (Dec. 16)
Chinese State TV released video of the lunar probe Chane'e 3 landing on the moon. China hopes to eventually send an astronaut to the moon as well. (Dec. 16)
'Lawrence of Arabia' star Peter O'Toole dead at 81; Joan Fontaine, Oscar-winner for 'Suspicion,' dies; James Cameron to bring 'Avatar' sequels to the big screen. (Dec. 16)
Fact-checking website PolitiFact is out with the latest edition of its "Lie of the Year." In 2013, the dubious prize went to President Obama for his widely derided claim that, "If you like your health care plan, you can keep it."