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“It maybe sounds dissonant to say this, but the system is actually better today than it was a year ago," Foxx said.
The FTC said Uber exaggerated the amount drivers could earn and misled them about the benefits of its car financing options.
We figured this is a good time to gather some Metro-related tips for out-of-towners, new transplants and even locals who rarely take Metro.
“The noose is an ugly symbol of racial hatred, and threats have no place in the work environment,” General Manager Paul J. Wiedefeld said in a statement.
Airport officials anticipate extra congestion from Thursday through Sunday of inauguration weekend.
But federal investigators highlighted the challenges of semiautonomous driving.
No further information was immediately available.
Cameron Korth was once honored by the American Red Cross, according to local reports. Now he faces 10 years in federal prison.
The Glenmont-bound train moved about one car beyond the signal before coming to a stop, Metro spokesman Dan Stessel said.
Expect crowds, road closures, parking restrictions, and Metro bus and rail delays.
It might be easier to bike downtown than to drive, especially on Friday, but cyclists should keep a few things in mind if traveling into the city.
Drivers beware, it has started. Several D.C. area bridges and parts of roadways near downtown are closed starting Thursday for the following day’s inauguration ceremonies. Many of the road closures went into effect at 3 a.m. Thursday, and the closures will last until about 6 p.m. Friday. Here’s a list of some of the major […]
Part of Flower Avenue near Piney Branch Road in Takoma Park is closed early Thursday as more than 75 Montgomery County firefighters battle a blaze at a restaurant. Few details were immediately available. It was not known if anyone was hurt. #BreakingNews Flower Ave @ Piney Branch Rd CLOSED in #Takoma Park for Manna Restaurant […]
The Department of Labor asked a federal judge this month to order new officer elections, arguing the Dec. 2, 2015 vote was illegitimate because the union bent the rules,