D.C. Council Passes Food Truck Regulations The long-standing food truck battle in downtown D.C. is getting a rules change. Sink Hole Forms in D.C. Parking Lot A large sink hole formed in Northwest D.C. on Tuesday and nearly swallowed a car, authorities said.
Glitch Stops D.C. Students From Using Metro Passes Woman Injured in Pedestrian Accident in D.C. Lawyer Accused of Home Invasion, Sex Assault Dies in D.C. Jail Man Falls Into Metro Station, Is Hospitalized Attempted Murder-Suicide Involving Family Members in D.C. Feedback Wanted for Proposed Circulator Bus Expansion D.C. KickstartUps Find Success With Crowd Funding
Possible Tornado Touches Down in Howard County The National Weather Service confirmed Tuesday that three tornadoes touched down in Maryland on Monday evening as severe thunderstorms battered the area. Montgomery County Considers Rolling Back Bag Tax The Montgomery County Council is considering a bill that would roll back a portion of the county's bag tax.
2 Md. Men Charged With Stealing Car Batteries Man Charged After Allegedly Hitting Police Car Man Arrested in December Slaying of 14-Year-Old Cat Wounded by Arrow, Md. Police Investigating Bacteria Closes 3 Anne Arundel Co. Beaches Hazardous Material at Group Home Sent Eight People to the Hospital Medic Unit Leaves One Dead in Calvert County
Va. Cabbie Pursues Charges After Anti-Muslim Rant For the second time in as many months, a Muslim civil rights group is pursuing criminal charges on behalf of a taxicab driver who was subjected to an anti-Islamic rant caught on tape. Juveniles Injured After Falling From Roof of Va. School At least three juveniles were injured when they fell from the roof of a Virginia school Tuesday night, authorities said.
Teen Driver in Fatal Skateboard Accident Charged Two Dead in Va. Domestic Murder-Suicide Identified Construction Worker Seriously Injured at CIA Headquarters Two Naval Academy Graduates Die in Alabama Official: Solar Plane to Help Energy Use on Ground Court of Appeals to Review High-Profile Murder Case Va., N.Y. 7-Eleven Stores Exploited Immigrants, Feds Say
Graham: GOP In ‘Death Spiral’; Will Fail in 2016 Without Immigration Republicans are 'in a demographic death spiral' and will fail in their effort to win the presidency if the party blocks an immigration overhaul, a leading GOP senator said Sunday. Clinton Urges Two-State Solution: ‘Palestinians Are Having More Babies Than The Israelis’ Former President Bill Clinton implored Israel to push for a two-state solution with Palestinians, noting that Israel cannot remain a democracy with the Palestinian population growing faster than that of the Jewish community.
Gallup: Christie More Favorable Among Dems Than GOP Voters Biden Reports Progress On Gun Violence Executive Actions Gov. Brewer Signs Obamacare’s Medicaid Program Into Law Schieffer: Snowden ‘Is No Hero’ Bongino to Announce Congressional Bid in Md. Rand Paul: ‘Here A Scandal. There A Scandal. Everywhere A Scandal.’ DC IRS Supervisor Admits Scrutinizing Tea Party Groups’ Applications
LeBron James’ New Nikes Too Futuristic: Predict Win Against Spurs LeBron James will be facing elimination when he takes the court against the Spurs in Game 6, but you'd never know it by looking inside his next pair of shoes, which seem to assume the Heat have already won this year's championship. Lee, Young Lead Phils Over Nationals Cliff Lee struck out nine in eight impressive innings, Michael Young tied a career high with three doubles and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Washington Nationals 4-2 Tuesday night.
Georgetown’s Whittington Tears ACL in Left Knee Donovan McNabb’s NBA Knowledge Rivals His Understanding of NFL OT Rules Radio Hosts Canned for Mocking Former NFL’er with ALS Redskins Owner Sells Johnny Rockets Food Chain Chad Johnson’s Lawyer: ‘No Legal Grounds’ For Judge to Deny Plea Deal (VIDEO) 8 Pro Wrestlers Who Could Win Real Fights Carriker Driven to Return; ‘Caged Tiger’ During Slow Rehab
D.C. Jazz Festival Kicks Off Two Weeks of Concerts More than 80 performances are planned across Washington over the next two weeks for the D.C. Jazz Festival, including a concert fusing Latin jazz and classical music. Junkies: Did Miss Utah 2013 or Miss Teen S.C. 2007 Botch It The Worst? Who is the bigger idiot: Miss Utah 2013 or Miss Teen South Carolina 2007? Both are legendary but only one can be crowned queen of the dummies.
Number of Smokers in U.S. Declines Fewer U.S. adults are smoking, a new government report says. The CDC launched a graphic advertising campaign last year that was the agency's largest and starkest anti-smoking push. Study: Scientists Solve Mystery Of Medieval Leprosy Biologists and archeologists were able to conclude why there was a sudden drop of leprosy at the end of the Middle Ages.
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