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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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Wife of D.C. Attorney Found Dead in Hotel Asks for Help

The wife of an attorney found stabbed to death in an upscale District of Columbia hotel is asking for the public’s help.


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D.C. Area Tops Nation in Number of Energy-Efficient Buildings

The nation’s capital is now the top city in the country for energy-efficient buildings.


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Norman Lear, Common to Address Arts Advocates in D.C.

Television producer Norman Lear is joining advocates in Washington to show support for arts funding.


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U.S. Attorney for D.C. to Step Down After 5 Years

The U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia will step down after five years on the job to return to private practice.


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D.C. Rated One of Safest Driving States in America

It’s hard to believe, but a new report has named D.C. the second best state for driving.


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D.C.’s Bond Rating Upgraded by Moody’s

The District of Columbia has received an upgrade to its bond rating.


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MARC to Increase Service Between D.C., Baltimore

A commuter rail link between Baltimore and Washington is adding more trains to handle increased ridership and better serve University of Maryland students.


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D.C., Baltimore On List of Richest U.S. Cities

D.C. and Baltimore are both among the 33 richest U.S. cities with more than 500,000 residents, according to the real estate website FindTheHome.com.


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D.C. Brings in Extra Crews to Catch Up on Trash Collection

D.C. is calling in extra personnel to increase trash collections that have been delayed due to weather conditions.