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A new study says D.C. will see a major increase in floods in 30 years. (Photo Credit: KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

D.C. Area Will Flood Daily in Just 30 Years, Study Says

Just three decades from now the District of Columbia and Annapolis will experience floods on a daily basis, sometimes twice a day, a recent report says.

10/08/2014

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Study: Dogs Are Distinctly Optimistic, Pessimistic Like Humans

Dogs can be optimistic and pessimistic, a new study finds.

09/22/2014

D.C. drivers are the second-rudest in the country, according to a new survey. (Photo: FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)

Survey: D.C. Drivers Among Rudest in America

Drivers in the District of Columbia are known for being some of the worst in the country, but a new survey also pegs them as some of the rudest.

09/16/2014

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Study: Depression Found In Preschoolers

A new study has found that depression in children can start as young as preschool.

08/07/2014

Map created by Movoto showing the wealthiest Americans, state by state. (Credit: Movoto)

Movoto Map Shows Nats Owner as Wealthiest Maryland Resident

An interactive map created by Movoto shows the wealthiest Americans by state, and Nationals owner Ted Lerner made the list.

08/03/2014

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Oxford Study Reveals Why Pot Makes You Paranoid

Just in time to coincide with the decriminalization of marijuana in D.C., a University of Oxford study reveals why pot makes people paranoid.

07/17/2014

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Study: Children Prefer to Road Trip With Mom

The Fourth of July is a popular travel weekend, and a new study shows that adult children prefer to go on a road trip with Mom.

07/05/2014

The amount of fictional violence depicted on television has created a “mean world syndrome,” where TV audiences exposed to increasing levels of violent programming create an “imagined world” of fear and paranoia that does not parallel real-life decreasing crime rates.  (Photo Illustration by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

Study: TV Violence Linked To ‘Imagined’ Fears Of Real-Life US Crime

The amount of fictional violence depicted on television has created a “mean world syndrome,” where TV audiences exposed to increasing levels of violent programming create an “imagined world” of fear and paranoia that does not parallel real-life decreasing crime rates.

06/19/2014

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Md. Ranks Top 10 in Best States For Teenage Drivers

Parents in Maryland may not need to worry as much when it comes to their teen getting behind the wheel of a car.

06/18/2014

A new analysis finds the nation's health care overhaul deserves a place in advertising history.  (credit: KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

Study: $445M Spent On Health Law TV Ads, 15-To-1 Ratio Were Negative

A new analysis finds the nation’s health care overhaul deserves a place in advertising history.

05/16/2014

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