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A look at the hottest communities in Montgomery County, Md.

Data shows there are four metrics which tend to drive local home prices in Montgomery Co. — schools, Metro access, distance to D.C. and proximity to retail (pretty much in that order).

‘A more efficient university’: UT-Austin raises on-time graduation rate.

Around the country, most students take longer than four years to get a bachelor’s degree.

D.C. Council Member asks for review of high-earning traffic cams. AAA says, hear, hear

Council Member Mary Cheh (D-Ward 3) says she's a fan of traffic cameras -- but just wants to make sure they're fair. AAA is not so sure they are.

Va. gubernatorial contenders clash over monuments, the economy in first TV debate

The debate between Democrat Ralph Northam and Republican Ed Gillespie was a mostly cordial affair.

The Virginia governor’s debate in 90 seconds

Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam, the Democratic candidate for Virginia governor, and Ed Gillespie, the Republican nominee, debated economic policy and the role of Confederate statues in Virginia on Sept. 19.

University of Maryland pharmacy school cancels plans to train medical marijuana workers

The school made its decision after consulting with the Maryland attorney general’s office.

Poor, sick and still traveling long distances for health care in D.C.

Most patients in the poorest ward don’t have a doctor they see close to home, a city report finds.

Dockless bike-share companies race to Washington

China’s Mobike and U.S.-based Spin are entering the D.C. market this week with hundreds of bikes.

Talking less, listening more: TED Talk inspires Va. Teacher of the Year

Michelle Cottrell-Williams, who teaches at Wakefield High School in Arlington County, "learned how important empathy is."

Even in a prosperous city like D.C., many still go hungry, report finds

Poverty and economic inequities keep many city residents from having access to quality foods.

3 women in College Park report strangers entering their homes

In each case, a man entered through an unlocked window or door and fled after the woman screamed.

Italy’s Gelato Festival is a seriously delicious competition

Chefs from across Europe create original flavors in hopes of winning the Golden Spatula.

A D.C. rabbi enlists some comic book collaborators for a blessed project

A Jewish trading-card game features bagels, cornucopias and a superhero high priest.

Delay in judge’s ruling allows trail tree-clearing to begin for Purple Line

Maryland officials haven’t said when larger trees will be cut on Georgetown Branch Trail.

Poll finds 10 point lead for Democrat in Va. governor’s race; others show dead heat

Quinnipiac University survey finds Ralph Northam with a 51-41 percent lead over Ed Gillespie

The Virginia GOP's anti-choice dream team

Republicans running for statewide office are far right on women's issues.

Hurricanes are menacing our economy. We have to invest in better prediction.

With millions of lives and trillions of dollars of coastal assets at risk, hurricanes are a threat to our economic development and national security. It is time that we treat them as such.

Suspect in fatal Georgetown shooting arrested in West Virginia

The man was extradited to the District and charged in a July shooting that left one person dead and another wounded.

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