A anesthesiologist prepares a kidney donor in the operating room for a kidney transplant at Johns Hopkins Hospital June 26, 2012 in Baltimore, Maryland. The US Supreme Court is expected to announce their decision on the US President Barack Obama's healthcare law on June 28. (Photo credit: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/GettyImages)

Jury Awards Patient $500k After Anesthesiologist Mocked Him

A jury has awarded a Virginia man $500,000 after he was mocked and insulted by an anesthesiologist during a colonoscopy in 2013.


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Google Protects Gmail Users From Sending Regrettable Notes

Google is making it easier to avoid getting into trouble with a misdirected or inappropriate email.


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Judge Hears Arguments on Redskins Trademark Battle

Lawyers for Native Americans who object to the Washington Redskins’ trademark say their case has been strengthened by a recent Supreme Court ruling on license plates and the Confederate flag.


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Big Retailers Feel Pressure on Confederate Flag Merchandise

Calling it a “contemporary symbol of divisiveness and racism,” eBay said Tuesday that it will ban the sale of Confederate flags and similarly themed merchandise.


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Virginia Gov. McAuliffe Wants to Remove Confederate Flag From State License Plates

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has moved to have Confederate flag banished from state license plates.


Smoke filled the L'Enfant Plaza station during the rush hour on Jan. 12, 2015. The station was temporarily closed after the station with smoke. One person died as several were injured as a result of the incident. (Photo credit: PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)

D.C. Metro Operator Was Told He Couldn’t Return to Platform

The operator of a Washington subway train that was forced to stop in a smoke-filled tunnel repeatedly asked for permission to return the train to the platform but was told to stay put as passengers coughed and choked, according to documents made public Tuesday.


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Cooling Centers in D.C., Maryland and Virgina

With temperatures expected to reach or exceed 100 degrees Tuesday, cooling centers around the DMV are opening to help keep residents and the homeless cool.


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Bottled Water Recalled Due to E.Coli Concerns

Niagara Bottling is issuing a voluntary recall for all spring water products produced from June 10-June 18 due to concerns one of its spring sources is contaminated with E. coli.


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Metro Police Stings Target Bike Thieves

Police are trying to stop bike thieves with undercover sting operations at stations with reputations of theft.


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Some Still Without Power in D.C., Md. After Powerful Storm

Power companies in the Metro area worked to restore power to thousands of residents Sunday after a storm caused flooding, downed trees and outages.