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Just how wrong does someone have to be to lose their job in Washington, D.C.? For John McLaughlin, even historically wrong wasn't enough.
Metro's paper Farecards will disappear in late 2015, phased out in favor of plastic SmarTrips.
In a new exhibition at D.C.'s Leica Store, the STRATA collective - an eight-photographer network based in D.C. and San Francisco - chronicles "Faith," though its definition of that term is squarely catholic .
Speculation for why Obama returned [to Washington Monday] focused around the possibility of a secret foreign leader meeting or the roll out of a new administration initiative on immigration or corporate taxes.
Morning escalator issue at DuPont Circle Metro resolved An early morning escalator issue at the DuPont Circle Metro station has been resolved Check out this story on WUSA9.com: http://on.wusa9.com/1oR8atd WASHINGTON -- An early morning escalator issue at the DuPont Circle Metro station has been resolved, WMATA officials tell WUSA9.
It isn't every summer day that Jonah Nielsen wakes up at 6:30 a.m., eats scrambled eggs and waits at his front door for a 73-year-old man wearing a fedora.
It's 2014, and Washington D.C.'s municipal government is blessed. The city has become a magnet for young, educated, ambitious people with healthy incomes, which they shower on the swanky shops and restaurants that have bloomed along former riot corridors of the resurgent capital.
Child support hearing yields attempted murder arrest in PG An arrest for attempted murder while he was attending a child support hearing in PG County Check out this story on WUSA9.com: http://on.wusa9.com/VDppB5 UPPER MARLBORO, Md.
Mayor Adrian Fenty attended a 2009 rally in Stead Park advocating for D.C.'s bid to host the 2014 Gay Games.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command will be practicing intercept and identification procedures over the region between 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. More exercises will take place Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
By John David Dyche WDRB Contributor No one much likes political Washington now, but the city itself remains a powerful place of ghosts and inspiration.
The Harper was almost full - just a couple one-bedrooms still open - but Max Friedman and Eden Turkheimer had options.
In the late afternoon of May 22, 2001, an apocalyptic set of thunderstorms rolled across the Mall, with bolts of lightning striking just outside the Capitol dome.
Mr. Smith's -- "the friendliest saloon in town" at 3104 M St., NW, since 1965 -- will close within weeks, probably by Sept.
Tie-dyed sheets line the back of a Chevy Chase classroom where a group of preteen girls sit discussing some of the weightier topics of adolescent life: Why do we feel the need to conform? Is it harder to stick up for ourselves or for someone else? What does it really mean to be beautiful? "I said that it means if you have a good personality," ... (more)
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