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Metrorail Stations Medical Center And Bethesda Will Be Closed This Weekend

And Orange, Blue, and Silver Line trains will run every 24 minutes due to maintenance work. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Is D.C. One Big Speed Trap?

The Va. gubernatorial candidates debate, football drama, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Master Graphic Design With This Certification Training

If you've got a passion for flexing your creativity, a career in graphic design could be the perfect job for you, and a lifetime subscription to the Graphic Design Certification School will train you in the skills you need to make it as a certifiably employable designer. [ more › ]

Councilmember Proposes Making All School Lunches Free

Ward 4 Councilmember Brandon Todd introduced the bill in order to save money for parents and embarrassment for some students. [ more › ]

Weekly Music Agenda, Featuring Rare Essence

Also, Katy Perry, post-punk legends Wire hit the Black Cat, Broken Social Scene returns, and Brandy plays the Fillmore. [ more › ]

Park Police Catch Man Vandalizing The Lincoln Memorial

Nurtilek Bakirov was charged with destruction of property. [ more › ]

Arlington Directs $100,000 To Fund Legal Aid For Immigrants

It follows similar grants in D.C. and other jurisdictions. [ more › ]

Dockless Bikeshare Program Rolls Out In D.C. On Wednesday

Mobike lets cyclists park at public bike parking spaces around the city rather than at designated docks. [ more › ]

Shaw's Pop-Up Bar Is Going All In On Halloween Horror

With all the frights at PUB Dread, you'll want to keep your friends close, and your drink closer. It will run for the month of October. [ more › ]

Black D.C. Households Saw A Significant Drop In Median Income Last Year

Black households now make a third the median income of white families. [ more › ]

Video: Hillary Clinton Talks About Pizzagate In D.C.

"Even I have to say I don't believe it was meant to be believed to influence somebody to pick up an AR-15 and drive from North Carolina to Washington to liberate the imaginary children from the imaginary basement of the pizza parlor." [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: The Convoluted Process By Which D.C.'s Bills Become Law

Plus, Montgomery County revives the $15 minimum wage debate, what the Georgetown Wawa could look like, and more in the news. [ more › ]

8 Must-Haves For Any Smart Home

These days, helping out the environment by opting for green, eco-friendly gear isn't just easy, it's downright appealing. Who can resist the idea of investing in gadgets that not only help prolong the planet's health, but actually make...Show More Summary

Banned And Brilliant! Celebrate Your Freedom To Read With DC Public Library

This September, celebrate your freedom to read, create and express with DC Public Library. Don't miss the #UncensoredDC banned book scavenger hunt happening city-wide throughout the month. Tune into WAMU 88.5 Morning Edition for daily location clues and follow @dcpl_literati on Twitter and Instagram to see where banned books are hiding in your neighborhood. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: The Washington Monument Bisects The Sun As It Rises Twice A Year

Plus, someone wants to tear down a multi-million home, and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Report: Noise Complaints Are Up Fourfold At Dulles And National Airports

Some people are habitual complainers, but the majority of individuals who call in only do so once. [ more › ]

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