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Washington, DC, Washington DC is located in District of Columbia County. Zip codes in Washington, DC include 20409, 20350, and 20578. The median home price in Washington, DC is $449,000 which is roughly $434/per square foot. More Washington, DC information.

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15 min ago | Examiner.com

'Batman v. Superman' also found to be filmed in Washington, D.C.

Photo courtesy of Warner Brothers Entertainment, Inc., Ratpa C-Dune Entertianment LLC and RATPAC Entertaintment, LLC. Photo by Clay Enos Photo courtesy of Warner Brothers Entertainment, Inc., Ratpa C-Dune Entertianment LLC and RATPAC Entertaintment, LLC. Photo by Clay Enos According to Batman News on Friday, some photos taken in Washington, D.C.

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4 hrs ago | Government Executive

Eric Holder's Challenge in Ferguson

When Eric Holder was a teenager, he was pulled over on the New Jersey Turnpike for speeding and had his car searched.

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8 hrs ago | The Washington Post

D.C. police arrest two men in triple shooting in Northeast Washington

D.C. police this week arrested two suspects in a Sunday night shooting in July that wounded three men near an outdoor basketball court at recreation center in Northeast Washington.

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9 hrs ago | Canada.com

Abel: In Missouri chaos, Washington sees its past

Paul Walker recalled a mob smashing its way into a furniture warehouse near his Washington home in 1968 and how, for weeks afterward, police officers would go door to door, searching for ill-gotten divans.

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9 hrs ago | Canada.com

Abel: In Missouri chaos, Washington sees its past

"Oh where do we begin, the rubble or our sins?" asks the British quartet Bastille in their rousing anthem to municipal obliteration called Pompeii .

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11 hrs ago | Washington Blade

This year's winner and loser neighborhoods

Last month we looked at active vs. sold listings for D.C. overall. This week, we'll look at the median price over the past seven months for D.C. neighborhoods based on zip code.

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15 hrs ago | The Washington Post

Congressional Cemetery race commemorates the 200th anniversary of the burning of Washington

The Brits burned Washington on Aug. 24, 1814. The one good thing about that: The 200th anniversary falls on a Sunday, perfect timing for Congressional Cemetery to hold its Flee the British 5K .

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16 hrs ago | US News & World Report

Fund a Semester in America's Capital With These Scholarship Programs

Every year, many American college students pack a suitcase and board a plane, embarking on a journey to study abroad in another country.

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Thu Aug 21, 2014

The Washington Post

This story might get your goat

D.C. police responded to a call last week about a suspicious character on the lam - well, more like on the lamb.

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WUSA-TV Washington

DC Taxicab Commission wants to start van service

DC Taxicab Commission wants to start van service WASHINGTON Check out this story on WUSA9.com: http://on.wusa9.com/1oWkBE2 Today the DC Taxicab Commission says it is working on creating a new service that will pick up passengers in places where taxis rarely go right now.

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City Paper

Mexican Food and the Other Jazz Church: Jazz Setlist, Aug. 21-27

The partyin'-est, beat-heaviest, most flat-out fun jazz ensemble of any kind in Washington D.C. has got to be Yamomanem .

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Business Journal

Step on it: D.C. plans 850-square-foot, $200K kinetic pocket park at Dupont Circle

Sometimes, the littlest improvements can make the biggest differences. While there may be an opportunity to deck-over the unsightly, pedestrian-unfriendly Connecticut Avenue underpass in the future, as Greater Greater Washington recently reported, and the Dupont underground may become a micro-unit hotel, the District has a shorter term plan to ... (more)

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The Washington Post

Obama and Cameron: A tale of two vacations

President Obama's second shot at an August vacation looks to be as star-crossed as the first - and his efforts to balance his presidential duties with a summer respite just as tricky.

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The Washington Post

In Falls Church, Eden Center tenants sue landlord, say mall crumbling around them

As Suong Nguyen talked about the difficulty of keeping her restaurant clean and dry, a large wet ceiling tile crashed down on a table next to her.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

The Washington Post

A question for Washington pollsters: How wrong must you be to never work again?

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.

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The Washington Post

Kelly: Massive Metro Farecard is a labor of love - and a reminder of a soon-to-be-gone object

Metro's paper Farecards will disappear in late 2015, phased out in favor of plastic SmarTrips.

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City Paper

"Faith": Religion, Irony, and Latex Bodysuits in Photos at the Leica Store

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 .

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National Review Online

Why Did President Obama Come Back to Washington?

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.

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WUSA-TV Washington

Morning escalator issue at DuPont Circle Metro resolved

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.

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The Wall Street Journal

Uber Picks D.C. to Roll Out 'Corner Store' Service

Next time allergies attack Washington, D.C., residents, they might have another alternative to running to the pharmacy in a sniffly mess.

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