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At Long Last, Visitors Will Be Able To Peek Inside Mormon Temple

One of the most beguiling buildings on the Beltway will have an open house in 2020. [ more › ]

Three Green Line Stations Closed, Red Line Delays On Metrorail This Weekend

The extended shutdown continues with closures of the Branch Avenue, Suitland, and Naylor Road stations. [ more › ]

A Princeton Astrophysicist Explains Why A Partial Eclipse Isn't Nearly As Spectacular As Totality

Sometimes people will tell me they’re not sure if they’ve seen a eclipse, and it’s a sure sign that they saw a partial one," says Dr. Edwin Turner. [ more › ]

Metrobus Driver Crashes Into Pole After Hearing Gunshots In Southeast

The V2 bus driver was taken to a hospital with minor injuries. No passengers were reported hurt. [ more › ]

Former Matchbox Chef Launches Taco Delivery Service Out Of Union Kitchen

Tortilladora wants D.C. to say bye to Taco Tuesday and hello to on-demand taco nights, no matter what day of the week. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Powerball Winnings Are At $430 Million

Washingtonians respond to Trump's Charlottesville comments, D.C. baked goods on Walmart shelves, and more news. [ more › ]

5 Courses Under $20 To Boost Your Marketing Career

These days, marketers need to be well-rounded to stay viable in the workplace. You need to be able to employ a mix of social media marketing, email marketing, advertising tactics, growth hacking and more. That means knowing how to leverage a host of digital marketing tools, whether that's Google Adwords or Twitter and Instagram. Show More Summary

Mayor, D.C. Councilmembers Want Statue Of Confederate General On Federal Land Removed

More than half the city's legislators have requested that NPS take down a memorial to Albert Pike that stands in Judiciary Square. [ more › ]

MPD Is Now Investigating Another Violent Logo Worn By Police Officers

Along with the image of the skull-and-crossbones, the flag features two pistols, two sets of handcuffs, a skull with a bullet on the forehead, and the motto "Vest Up One In The Chamber." [ more › ]

Metro Adds Cell Service Between Metro Center And Stadium-Armory Stations

The new service, which includes several downtown stations, extends cellphone coverage along a segment of the Orange, Blue, and Silver Lines to 3.7 miles. [ more › ]

YouTube Stars Charged With Child Neglect After Posting Disturbing Videos

The maximum possible sentence for Mike and Heather Martin is five years in prison and a $5,000 fine. [ more › ]

Dupont Neighbors Fight Alcohol Sales At The Soviet Safeway

About 100 people came out to a community meeting last night, some wearing matching shirts that declared "Food Not Booze at Safeway." [ more › ]

Lincoln Memorial Tagged With Explicit Graffiti

Authorities say they found graffiti spray painted at two sites on the National Mall early Tuesday morning. [ more › ]

D.C. Gives Fewer Fcks Than The Rest Of The Country (On Twitter, Anyway)

Literally... we're less profane when tweeting than the rest of the country. [ more › ]

D.C. Firefighter Attacked By Crowd, Under Investigation For Possibly Being Drunk On The Job

The firefighter, who has not been identified, was left with a broken jaw and is currently hospitalized. [ more › ]

Weekly Music Agenda, Featuring Waxahatchee

Also, Jellybean Benitez turns U Street Music Hall into an old-school disco, the Pro Era crew celebrates golden age hip-hop, and more. [ more › ]

DOJ Demands Info On More Than A Million Visitors To Anti-Trump Website

Dreamhost is fighting the request, which it calls unreasonable and overly broad. [ more › ]

New D.C. Film Festival Aims To Show The Breadth Of Black Filmmaking

The inaugural DC Black Film Festival runs from August 17-19. [ more › ]

Capital Bikeshare Releases Its First Official Mobile App

Previously, many Capital Bikeshare cyclists used the unaffiliated Spotcycle app. [ more › ]

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