Evan Koslof, wusa9

Evan Koslof

wusa9

Washington, DC, United States

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VERIFY: Will sports betting be ready by Super Bowl Sunday?

Much to the dismay of fans, the Redskins and Ravens will not be competing on Super Bowl Sunday. But fans still care and many want to bet. But will it be ready? → Read More

VERIFY: Will DMV airports start screening for Coronavirus?

With the Coronavirus continuing to spread in China, the CDC took action, initiating screening at five international airports. Why are DC-area airports not included? → Read More

VERIFY: Can Congress call for someone to be arrested if they ignore a subpoena?

Technically yes, but law experts say it is highly unlikely. → Read More

VERIFY: Fact-checking four claims out of Richmond's second amendment rally

Our team worked all day dispelling misleading claims online and getting you the facts. → Read More

VERIFY: Senators swore an oath of impartiality. So are they guilty of perjury if they have a known bias?

A viewer asked our VERIFY team whether all that political talk ahead of the trial could come back to bite some senators who swore to do "impartial justice?" → Read More

VERIFY: No, the Virginia governor did not propose sending the National Guard to confiscate guns

It's a claim that is spreading like wildfire on social media. But did Gov. Northam really propose activating the National Guard to confiscate guns? → Read More

VERIFY: Has the Census really been 'plagued by delays' in hiring?

At a recent House Oversight Hearing, Democratic lawmakers had strong words for the Census process, claiming that hiring was delayed. What's the truth? → Read More

Tim Olson, the Associate Director for Field Operations said without any hesitation that the citizenship question will be off the census.

Tim Olson, the Associate Director for Field Operations sat down with WUSA9 and said without any hesitation that the citizenship question will be off the census. → Read More

'The U.S. doesn't need a war, Iran doesn't need a war'

Some were born and raised in the United States. Others moved here when they were very young. But, all Iranian-Americans expressed concern about the latest tensions. → Read More

So, what exactly is milk? One VA lawmaker wants to limit the definition

Does the term 'milk' really apply to beverages like almond milk, soy milk, and oat milk? → Read More

Christmas at a cemetery: Why some spend the holiday where others may want to avoid

Christmas is typically a time when families come together. For those who lost a loved one though, the time can be especially traumatic. → Read More

Christmas at a cemetery: Why some spend the holiday where others may want to avoid

For those who have lost loved ones, the holidays can be hard. → Read More

DNA unlocks cold cases by 'predicting what someone looks like'

A Reston company called Parabon Nanolabs, specializes in using DNA to solve cold cases. WUSA9 visited the company's office to learn more about the technology. → Read More

This 13-year-old girl has made slime a profitable business. Now, she's giving back

Maria Raquel Thomas has turned a 'slime' hobby into a successful business. And she's using the proceeds to do help others. → Read More

At 10, she dreamed of a DC monument for women in World War II. Now at 17, Congress is listening

Raya Kenney was just 10-years-old when she had the idea. She wanted to create a monument, honoring the women on the home-front. Now she has a Congressional audience → Read More

Meet Toby, the bomb-sniffing dog entering early retirement to fight cancer

He beat cancer before in 2016, and was back at work in just two months. → Read More

She fought for an 'Alzheimer's Stamp' to honor her husband. Now, it's raised $1 Million

Kathy Siggins husband passed away from the disease in 1999 and wants to fight to keep the stamp made in his honor. → Read More

What it’s like to be the last remaining Republican lawmaker in Fairfax County

Pat Herrity has found a way to hold on to his seat on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, even as the rest of the county went blue. → Read More

First female House Speaker in Virginia reflects on her new role

The historic elections in Virginia brought Democrat majorities to the General Assembly. They also made Del. Elaine Filler-Corn the first female House Speaker. → Read More

She flipped off the president, then she got fired. Now, she's an elected leader

Juli Briskman first made headlines in 2017 when she was caught on camera flipping off the president's motorcade. → Read More