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Posted at 06:49 AM ET, 05/17/2012

Remembering Chuck Brown; a save haven for homeless youth; ex-D.C. teacher on FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list (A.M. Buzz)

Remembering Chuck Brown: The gravelly-voiced “Godfather of Go-Go” capitalized on funk’s percussive pulse to create go-go, the genre of music that has soundtracked life in black Washington for more than three decades.

‘Blitz build’ creates safe haven for homeless youth. More than 100 volunteers bearing hammers and hard hats help renovate a dilapidated Marshall Heights home.

Former Beauvoir teacher on FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list. Indicted on child porn charges, Eric Toth is described as a crafty fugitive who won’t stop until he is arrested.

Marine killing called ‘a hate crime.’ The lead prosecutor says a Marine stabbed another Marine on Capitol Hill’s Barracks Row after yelling a slur against homosexuals.

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