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Thought Tysons was booming now? These five defining projects totaling more than 4.5 million square feet will start there next year.

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Fairfax is the latest to approve restrictions, which animal-rights groups say could prevent abuse.

He was the only pitcher in major league history to throw a nine-inning no-hitter and still lose.

Thanksgiving brings an opportunity to express both gratitude and worry for an aging parent.


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New York City and five major school districts use collective buying power to shake up food quality and utensils.

From the brink of homelessness to homeownership: a Helping Hand story.

Fairfax expects a budget gap of as much as $85 million, making it harder to fund schools and other services.

Will a European refugee crisis swing the U.S. presidential election?

But not before another chilly night.

The moon will hover in the sky as plump as the turkey on your supper plate.

He also designed a memorable National Lampoon cover featuring a dog with a gun pointed at its head.

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Briefly a heavyweight, he was defeated by Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali.

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Closures and restrictions in place for the holiday in the Washington area.

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The frost formed during a streak of exceptionally cold days.

The Republican governor said that he would not change his mind.

The 2015 hurricane season offered few surprises -- except for Hurricane Joaquin.

The 95 Express Lanes will be extended two miles farther south.

Chef Robin Li wants diners to move beyond the mindset of the typical styrofoam-container carryout joint.

Hector Anaya Segura told police he was attending the International Drug Policy Reform Conference.

He's calling for a whopping 28 inches in D.C.

During an interview on the CBS news show"60 Minutes," D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier said civilians should try and stop a gunman before law enforcement arrives because the most deaths occur within the first 10 minutes of an attack.

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