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One Man Killed in D.C. Shooting

One man is dead and two suspects are wanted by police after a shooting early Monday morning in Northwest D.C.


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One Person in Critical Condition After D.C. Fire

One person is suffering from life-threatening injuries Sunday after a fire in Northeast D.C., fire officials say.


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Library of Congress Acquires Rare Trove of Civil War Images

A Houston housewife who has quietly collected rare Civil War images for 50 years has sold more than 500 early photographs to the Library of Congress.


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D.C. Residents Get 2nd Chance at Free Marijuana Seeds

People who want to grow legal pot in the nation’s capital are getting a second opportunity to score some seeds.


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19-Week-Old Andean Bear Cubs to Make Debut at National Zoo

Two Andean bear cubs are set to make their public debut Saturday at the National Zoo.


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D.C.’s Undone Chocolate: Healthy Candy By a Guy With a Ph.D. in Plant Biochemistry

When a Ph.D. tells you chocolate is healthy, you should believe them, right?


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Obama Urges Expansion of ‘Take Child to Work’ Day

President Barack Obama says the White House will open next month’s annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day to children whose parents don’t work in the building.


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Construction Work to Expand Marine Corps Museum Begins

The National Museum of the Marine Corps is starting construction of a $50 million addition that will double the size of the attraction in Quantico, about 30 miles south of the nation’s capital.


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D.C. Circulator Buses to Extend Service Hours Until the Fall

The District of Columbia’s Circulator buses are extending service hours.


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D.C. Mayor Says New Program Will Enhance City Job Training

District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser says the city spends $100 million a year on job training, and it’s not clear how much of it is money well spent.