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A top Mayor Gray aide says criteria render D.C. “effectively ineligible” to retain the FBI's headquarters.
Top aide to Mayor Gray says criteria render D.C. “effectively ineligible” to retain FBI headquarters.
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A former tenant of the woman’s mother is yet another skeptic that the painting was bought at a flea market.
Detectives find missing teenage girl in his Southeast Washington apartment, court documents state.
As South Africa’s first democratic president, Nelson Mandela ushered in a new era of peace after decades of racial divisions and his own political imprisonment.
A probe into the 2010 campaign has undercut the advantages of incumbency for D.C.’s mayor.
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In Baltimore and Philadelphia, German-inspired Christmas villages sell holiday treats and gifts.
Sixty-one signed a letter to team owner Daniel Snyder and the NFL’s commissioner condemning its use.
The former U.S. Information Agency writer, 91, prided himself on forecasting world events.
The U-Md. campus and community want to be among the nation’s top 20 campuses by 2020.
Virginia delegate criticized “mass meeting” plan to determine nominee in potential race for state Senate seat.
Lieutenant governor concedes that he bears some blame for the technical glitches.
You still have most of tonight to enjoy unseasonably mild conditions, but early December reality returns Friday, with temperatures stalled near 50 as rain gradually moves in.
The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 35 endorses its choice for governor next year.
He paid several visits, drawing admiring crowds and appearing on the most prominent stages.
The Knights look to defend their DCSAA AA championship when they face Turkey Bowl champion H.D. Woodson on Friday night at Catholic.
He was the country’s most potent symbol of unity, using the power of forgiveness and reconciliation.
Attila Karaosmanoglu, 81, a Turkish-born economist, became managing director at the World Bank.
Driver fined $2,500, license temporarily suspended after Loudoun crash that killed woman, unborn child.
Before the season, few would have predicted a Maryland 4A championship featuring either Northwest or Suitland. But two battle-tested teams will take the field Friday night in Baltimore.
Metro announces bus route changes for Friday’s 2013 National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.
As a razor sharp cold boundary collides with warm, moist air at its southern reaches, a serious ice storm is in the making from Dallas to Nashville.
Mrs. Hardy, 98, had volunteered with the Women’s Committee of the National Symphony Orchestra.
Female Metro executive takes credit for ad that some view as sexist.
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The law firm, which has 170 lawyers and staff in the District, inks lease for renovated building by CityCenterDC.
A listing of events in Prince George’s County and Southern Maryland for Dec. 5-11, 2013.
Among incidents reported by police in Prince George’s County, Greenbelt, Hyattsville and Laurel.
Hot roll continues for the state’s largest casino.
The Manassas man appears to have been racing an Infiniti in his convertible.
Davidson College and edX Web site plan lessons in Advanced Placement physics, calculus, macroeconomics.
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The Old Dominion is willing to turn away hundreds of millions in revenues, thousands of jobs, fun.
Kids write the darndest things in camp letters. Send in photos of your children's best letters.
New site criteria mean D.C. is essentially out of the running to host a new headquarters.
When the call came, a boy from Clinton, Md., was ready to accept the gift of a new kidney.
COLUMN | District mayor should take responsibility for failures in previous campaign as he seeks reelection.
The District will consider a bill to increase hourly pay, and the rest of the country should follow suit.
COLUMN | Plan for bus rapid transit is feel-good aspiration rather than a realistic blueprint to fix traffic woes.
Retail giant’s registers ring up their first sales in the District after development delays and months of debate over wages.
Gray has announced he will seek a second term, entering a crowded mayoral field.
In Prince William County, a largely forgotten grave site has been dug up to make way for a high school football field.
Costumed “Star Wars” reenactors promote a science-fiction museum.
The National Zoo celebrated the giant panda cub’s first 100 days of life by revealing the results of an online vote to name her.
In Virginia, officials are organizing shotgun and archery hunts to cull a growing population blamed for habitat destruction.
In a deposition, Matt Fuqua raised questions about his sister’s claim that she bought a Renoir painting at a flea market.
President Obama helps pack bags of food for the needy at the Capital Area Food Bank.
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