Tom Hunsicker, wusa9

Tom Hunsicker

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Maryland, United States

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Lack of NFL transparency in Washington Football Team investigation is a huge problem

The NFL owes it to those it wronged, the league's fans, and fans of the Washington Football team to give a fuller account of what happened. → Read More

As President Biden issues executive actions, more needs to be done

President Biden's executive actions are a start, but a small one, in the effort to curb the nation's gun epidemic. → Read More

Vice President Harris faces daunting task overseeing border crisis

Harris faces a challenge previous administrations also struggled with. → Read More

Despite a sense of return to normalcy, now is not the time to let our guard down

We are close to conquering the coronavirus pandemic, but now is not the time to let our guard down. → Read More

The NCAA needs to eliminate inequities between men's and women's sports

Inequities between the men's and women's NCAA tournaments came to light after differences in weight rooms were discovered. → Read More

Former Washington players weigh in on season, future under Ron Rivera

Former members of Washington's football team give their thoughts on the recent season, and the team's direction moving forward. → Read More

Former WUSA9 reporter shot after removing Trump campaign sign

Former WUSA9 reporter Peggy Fox thought she was removing a Trump campaign sign from her brother's yard, but it was his neighbor's, who shot her with a pellet gun. → Read More

Nationals players vote not to go to Miami after COVID-19 outbreak within Marlins organization

The Washington Nationals will not travel to Miami to take on the Marlins after the team voted to not do so on Tuesday. → Read More

Caps John Carlson named a finalist for Norris Trophy

Carlson hopes to become the first Capital to win the Norris Trophy since Rod Langway. → Read More

Wizards star Bradley Beal to miss NBA restart

Wizards guard Bradley Beal will not take part in the NBA restart due to a shoulder injury. → Read More

Catholic Diocese of Arlington gets ready for Phase 3

Beginning Wednesday, all 70 parishes in the Diocese of Arlington can move into phase 3 of reopening → Read More

Busch Gardens and Kings Dominion will not reopen next week

Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Kings Dominion say they will not reopen when Virginia enters phase three of Governor Ralph Northam’s recovery plan. → Read More

Patrick Ewing released from the hospital

Georgetown men's basketball head coach Patrick Ewing is at home after a stay at a hospital while battling COVID-19. → Read More

Taulia Tagovailoa is transferring to Maryland

Taulia Tagovailoa, the younger brother of Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, announced he is transferring to Maryland. → Read More

Former Maryland resident organizes virtual choir

Calvert High school alum Kaitlin Harbin organized a virtual choir to sing "Stand By Me." → Read More

Virginia man runs marathon in his driveway

Forrester Safford took social distancing while running outside to a whole new level. → Read More

Nats fans partake in balcony singalong of 'Take Me Out To The Ball Game' on what would be Opening Day

Nats Park is closed and stay-at-home orders are in place, but these Nats fans continued to root for the home team. → Read More

Caps baby boom: T.J. Oshie and Nick Jensen welcome baby boys

The suspension of the NHL season might have come at a good time as both T.J. Oshie and Nick Jensen have time to be on daddy diaper duty. → Read More

Nationals join MLB in helping stadium employees

Each team in Major League Baseball will donate $1 million to help stadium workers while there are no baseball games due to the coronavirus. → Read More

CAA tournament official tests positive for coronavirus

An official who worked the Colonial Athletic Association conference tournament tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More