D.C. Cop Investigated for Possible Inappropriate Conduct with Teen Girl A police officer in the District is under investigation for possibly having inappropriate with a runaway teen. D.C. National Zoo Celebrates International Cheetah Day The Smithsonian's National Zoo is celebrating International Cheetah Day with lots of spots with 10 genetically valuable cheetah cubs from two litters, which were born at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in November.
Former Doctor Charged With Sexual Misconduct With Children Metro Ad Offends Some Who Say It’s Sexist D.C. Fire Chief Boost Paramedic Hiring at Hearing Community Donations Help Recoup Funds Stolen From Salvation Army Family of Navy Yard Shooting Victim Files Lawsuit Applebee’s, Chili’s to Introduce Tablets at the Table Catania Forms Exploratory Committee for D.C. Mayor
Same Person Believed Responsible For Bank Robberies In Rockville, Bethesda Montgomery County police are investigating robberies this week of banks in Rockville and Bethesda. MD Reports 1st Hypothermia Death This Season Public health officials say the state has had its first hypothermia-related death of the season.
Man Convicted of Fatally Stabbing Acquaintance Metro Ad Offends Some Who Say It’s Sexist Humane Society to Regulate Md. Roadside Zoos Woman Injured in Police-Involved Shooting in Hyattsville Applebee’s, Chili’s to Introduce Tablets at the Table And The Most Popular Baby Names of 2013 Are… Two Arrested for Gas Station Murder in Prince George’s County
7th Richest Woman In World Goes On Trial One of the world's richest women is scheduled for trial on a reckless driving charge that authorities say resulted in the death of an 86-year-old woman. NOVA Annandale Campus Closed Due To Water Main Break The Annandale campus of Northern Virginia Community College will be closed Thursday.
McAuliffe Seeks Bipartisan Outreach During Transitional Period Metro Ad Offends Some Who Say It’s Sexist House, Senate Still at Odds on Medicaid Expansion Recount for Virginia AG’s Race Set for Dec. 17-18 Applebee’s, Chili’s to Introduce Tablets at the Table Woodbridge Schools Back to Normal After Lockdown UVa Associate Dean Pleads Not Guilty in Child Porn Case
Obama To Tell Feds To Boost Renewable Electricity President Barack Obama is ordering the federal government to nearly triple to 20 percent its use of renewable sources for electricity by 2020. Recount for Virginia AG’s Race Set for Dec. 17-18 The recount in Virginia's historically close race for attorney general has been scheduled for Dec. 17 and 18.
Poll: 52 Percent Of Voters Under Age Of 25 Would Recall Obama Catania Forms Exploratory Committee for D.C. Mayor Plastic And 3-D Gun Ban Passes House, Democrats Look To Expand Restrictions Hoyer: ‘I Wish I Hadn’t Called It Obamacare’ Dem Rep Wants Obama Administration To Declassify Sept. 11 Documents Biden To China Students: Innovation Comes When You ‘Challenge The Government’ And ‘Breathe Free’ Obama: ‘The Bottom Line Is This Law Is Working’
RGIII, Shanahan Say Relationship Is Good The dynamic between Robert Griffin III and Mike Shanahan was again on display Wednesday at Redskins Park as they each were asked to describe their quarterback-coach relationship. Toronto Mayor Rob Ford: Redskins Name Debate ‘Ridiculous’ Toronto Mayor Rob Ford hasn't even appeared on The Sports Junkies yet but he likely already won some fans in the Washington area thanks to his stance on the Redskins name debate.
Stephen Bowen To Miss 6 Months Following Microfracture Surgery Doug Fister’s 1st D.C. Sports Radio Interview Reveals Best Human Ever Wall: ‘Very Rarely I Feel Like Anybody Can Stop Me Going to the Basket’ Catholic Men’s Basketball Eyes Return Trip to D-III Dance Santana Moss Ponders Why RGIII Gets Punished And Refs Don’t Throw Flags Santana Moss Hates Hearing Opposing Teams’ Fans More Doug Fister Joins 106.7 The Fan’s Holden and Danny @ 1:30 p.m.
Study: Most Silent Movies Have Been Lost The Library of Congress estimates as many as 70 percent of silent movies have been lost to time. Gary Sinise’s Lt. Dan Band Giving Concert for Navy Yard Employees Actor and musician Gary Sinise is performing for employees of the Washington Navy Yard in wake of the September tragedy.
Where to Find Holiday Cheer-Free Movies for Free Chris Brown Ordered Back to D.C. Court on Jan. 8 Mick Jagger to Be Great Grandfather Starving For More Than Just The Hunger Games Bob Dylan Debuts New Interactive “Like a Rolling Stone” Video Chris Brown Due In L.A. Court Today, D.C. Court Next Week ‘Selfie’ Is Oxford’s 2013 Word of the Year
Study: No Link Between Contact Sports And Brain Disease According to a recent study, there is not enough evidence between football and the increase risk of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). Supreme Court Ends Liberty Univ. Suit Over Health Law, Contraception Requirements The Supreme Court has turned away a Christian university's attempt to overturn a key part of the Obama administration's health care law.
Dean: Employee Health Care Options Should Be ‘In The Hands Of The Federal Government’ Study: 45 Percent Of Americans Live With Chronic Medical Condition Tongue Piercing Lets The Paralyzed Drive Wheelchairs Woman Battling Kidney Cancer Losing Company Health Plan Due To Obamacare Poll: 69 Percent Of Americans Satisfied With Personal Health Care Plan Study: Men Unemployed For Extended Period Of Time Age Faster White House: Ban On ‘Transplantation Of Organs Infected With’ HIV Lifted