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Vandalism at the Washington National Cathedral. (Photo credit: Washington National Cathedral)

Arrest Made in Green Paint Vandalism Case, Fourth Location Identified

A woman has been charged with defacing a mural and organ at the National Cathedral, Monday.


A splatter of green paint covers a large area on the statue of President Abraham Lincoln after it was vandalized at the Lincoln Memorial July 26, 2013 in Washington, DC. The paint, which has no writings or symbols, was discovered around 1:30 a.m. on the statue of the 16th president, which was dedicated in 1922 and is one of the most popular sites on the National Mall. The memorial will remain closed until the paint can be removed. (Photo credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Workers Continue to Clean Lincoln Memorial as Witnesses Come Forward

Workers continued cleaning residue from green paint that was splattered on the Lincoln Memorial and officers who guard the National Mall said it shows they need more resources.


The Lincoln Memorial in D.C. was vandalized with green paint. (Photo credit: U.S. Park Police Department)

Lincoln Memorial Vandalized with Green Paint

U.S. Park Police say green paint splattered on the Lincoln Memorial early Friday morning is an act of vandalism and that the crime was captured on camera.


Georgetown University campus. (Credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Georgetown University Chapel Vandalized

The president of Georgetown University says vandalism of the campus’ main chapel forced Sunday morning Masses to be moved to another location.


File photo of a teenager being arrested. (Photo by JOHAN ORDONEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

Troubled Generation: The Perceived Prevalence Of Youth Crime And Corruption

A look into youth crime and corruption in recent history, the role new and developing forms of media play in how such crimes are viewed and discussed in American culture, and the search for a solution.