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A new ad campaign is trying to persuade Washingtonians to relocate to Maryland’s biggest city because it’s cheaper to live there--that’s if you don’t mind a long commute and higher crime.
There’s no squatter’s claim for parking. Get over it.
Washingtonians whine when New Yorkers look down on us. Well, if we want to be a big city we should act like it.
The Transportation Security Administration broke the previous year’s record for intercepting firearms at the nation’s airports. More than 2,600 firearms were found in carry-on bags brought to security checkpoints.
The Glock was said to be loaded, with a round chambered and ready to fire.
Yet another gun owner tries to go through airport security with a firearm. This one had a bullet in the chamber, ready to fire.
The Transportation Security Administration says agents detected a firearm in someone’s carryon luggage at BWI airport for the 16th time this year, up from 14 last year. Maryland authorities charged the Frederick County man for illegal possession of a handgun.
Iowa is reminding drivers to drive safely with “Star Wars“-themed roadside message boards in honor of Wednesday’s release of the latest film in the beloved sci-fi series
Twitter data could make roads safer and improve traffic flow during bad weather, a new study suggests.
The ads promote Amazon Prime’s new show “The Man in the High Castle” — which envisions an alternate history of the United States occupied by Axis powers.