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GWU Will Pay U.S. For Scholar's Theft
George Washington University has agreed to a $1.8 million settlement with the Justice Department to resolve a federal investigation of a professor who has admitted stealing government research funds.

In the News
Firm Might Build Roads In Loudoun: Construction Conditioned On Land Deal With Developer (Post, April 13, 2005)

Man Dies Working on Mixing Bowl Road Project: W. Virginian Was Installing Beams (Post, April 11, 2005)

Road Projects Rekindled as Security Needs: Long-Sought Proposals Now Promoted as Critical for Mass Evacuation (Post, April 10, 2005)

Va. Officials Propose Routes For Tri-County Parkway (Post, April 6, 2005)

Beltway Closures Scheduled: Delays Anticipated This Weekend at Mixing Bowl (Post, March 31, 2005)

Expanding Curb Service For Seniors: Using Survey, Transit Panel Seeks to Draw Older Riders (Post, March 27, 2005)

Metro: In Brief (Post, March 25, 2005)

Va. Voters Promised a Voice on Taxes: GOP Gubernatorial Hopeful Kilgore Also Vows Better Roads (Post, March 23, 2005)

Going Back to Roots, Kilgore Gets Started: Va. Base Cheers Gubernatorial Platform (Post, March 22, 2005)

Fitch Aims to Give Kilgore Competition (Post, March 18, 2005)

Wider I-66 Urged Inside the Beltway (Post, March 17, 2005)

Loudoun Developer Leaves State Board (Post, March 17, 2005)

Kaine to Launch Gubernatorial Run Today: Democrat Focuses on Property Tax Relief, Transportation, Education (Post, March 16, 2005)

Transit Funding Shortage Foreseen: Summit Addresses Gridlock in N.Va. (Post, March 15, 2005)

Delegates Will Take GOP Case To Voters: Candidates Working On Joint Platform (Post, March 13, 2005)

Rate Cut Not Enough, Alexandria Officials Concede (Post, March 9, 2005)

Security Could Curb Birding at Bay Tunnel: Plan Halts Permits To Favored Sites (Post, March 8, 2005)

Va. Transportation Secretary To Leave for Private Sector (Post, March 8, 2005)

Counties Near Fredericksburg Trying Out Road Building (Post, March 6, 2005)



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