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Caps Win, Ovi Joins Elite Company With 30th GoalOvechkin joined Wayne Gretzky and Mike Gartner in the record books and moved within two goals of Chicago's Patrick Kane for the league lead.
Terps Rally for 72-61 Win Over No. 18 PurdueWrapping up a stretch of four tough games in 10 days, No. 4 Maryland switched into survival mode late in a Big Ten matchup with No. 18 Purdue.
Oshie, Ovechkin Convert in Shootout; Capitals Top Devils 3-2Oshie and Ovechkin scored in the shootout, and the NHL-leading Capitals continued to roll, rallying for a 3-2 victory over the pesky New Jersey Devils 3-2 on Saturday.
Top 5 Reasons This Caps Team Is Better Than 2009-10Six years ago, the Capitals were also leading the Eastern Conference in points. This team is much, much better.
London Fletcher Says Kirk Cousins Got Snubbed From Pro BowlLondon Fletcher has truly come all the way around on Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins.
Keidel: Broncos - Panthers Super Bowl 50 BreakdownSuper Bowl 50, between the Broncos and Panthers, pits old school against new school. You can't ask for a better matchup.
Jean-Francois: 'We Found Out What We Had'Redskins lineman Ricky Jean-Francois says the team has a good idea of where it needs to go now after a promising 2015 season.
Gortat, Nene Not Coming Up Big for WizardsThis season, Marcin Gortat and Nene are among the league's top big men in salary only.

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Twitter Moves to Actively Seek Out Terrorist SupportersTwitter is now using spam-fighting technology to seek out accounts that might be promoting terrorist activity.
Can Cruz Legally Be President? Ivy League Scholars DebateTwo legal scholars squared off in a public debate on Friday to settle whether Republican Ted Cruz is eligible to become president.
Three Zika Cases in D.C., Health Department ConfirmsThe D.C. Department of Health says it has confirmed three cases of Zika in the District — all of which involve people who contracted it after traveling abroad.
Students Protest Video of Student Using Offensive LanguageStudents at a Maryland high school staged a walkout and protested a video depicting a student calling African-Americans inferior.
Obama Makes First Visit of His Presidency to U.S. MosquePresident Barack Obama's first visit to a U.S. mosque comes as Muslim-Americans say they're confronting increasing levels of bias in speech and deeds.
Central Figure in 'Serial' Podcast to Argue For New TrialA convicted murderer who was the focus of a popular podcast is returning to court to argue he deserves another trial and a new chance at freedom.

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Best Valentine's Day Travel Destinations Near Washington DCLooking to impress your sweetheart on Valentine's Day? Plan a weekend trip to one of these romantic getaways.
Best Mommy & Me Classes In Washington DCJust taking care of your baby and little ones can be precious to parents, but having fun activities to do together is also nice. Mommy & Me classes allow parents and children to spend quality time together while also learning something.
Best Mardi Gras Parties in Washington, D.C.Mardi Gras may be a big deal in New Orleans, but DC can join in on the fun as well. Get your beads, masquerade masks, and party spirit ready for a great night out. Check out these Mardi Gras parties in Washington, D.C.
Ask a D.C. Expert: Best Recipes for Super Bowl SundayLooking for some recipes to spice up your Super Bowl menu? Chef Bruno Bertin will take you from Asia to the bayou with these tasty game day picks.
Best Sports Memorabilia Stores In Washington DCLocal sports fans don't have to worry about finding memorabilia with these five D.C. area stores ready to help add to any collection.
Ask A Washington DC Expert: Tips For Throwing The Perfect Super Bowl PartyThe biggest game of the year is just around the corner. Throw the best Super Bowl party your friends have ever seen with tips from Melrose Georgetown Hotel's Heather Renz.
Best Roadside Attractions Near Washington DCA little kooky but a whole bunch of fun, here are five roadside attractions that are perfect for selfies.
Ask A Washington DC Expert: Five Ways To Lower Your Energy BillMany people don’t even realize just how much energy they consume until they receive their monthly energy bill, but the good news is that there are ways to lower your bill by making just a few simple adjustments. Mike Dieterich, sustainability manager with McKissack and McKissack in Washington, D.C., has a couple of helpful tips and suggestions to consider.

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