Hogan said the plan, the largest public-private partnership in North America, would add four lanes each to the Capital Beltway, I-270 and Baltimore-Washington Parkway.
The 16-year-old boy, who was shot, tried to defend himself with a pocket knife.
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The Michigan billionaire also plans to donate her salary.
Appeals court ruling means lawsuit by three alumni of Phi Kappa Psi can proceed.
Friday will be a lot like today, after a pleasant evening with temperatures dipping into the 60s in some areas.
The city’s auditor said lax regulation of derelict properties could be costing the District millions.
James Ryan is also eligible for a $100,000 annual performance bonus.
Maria will move into the Bahamas on Friday, but beyond the weekend the storm's track becomes less certain.
Because of the precipitation and cooler weather, many national forests' fire-danger levels have been reduced from extreme to moderate.
The beast of a beer festival returns to The Yards on Saturday.
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Metro's largest union is accusing the agency of a cover-up after a worker received an electric shock while inspecting a new train. Washington commuters, meanwhile, endured another slog.
Parents marvel as a growing number of American teens forgo drinking, driving and sex. But one trend needs to be reversed: their lack of summer jobs.
“White people are getting filthy rich from it,” one person at a recent panel said.
Police, campus officials are investigating the third similar incident on campus.
The Greater Washington Partnership will focus on transportation and job skills to rev up the regional economy.
It’s one of several outside groups spending big on canvassing for Democrats in the swing state
The storm is expected to turn north parallel to the East Coast — but just how close it will come, while enormously consequential, is not clear.
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