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Trees damaged by exotic beetle to go.
The administration already has beefed up vetting. Will it move to make the ban permanent?
The Utah Republican made the comments weeks after saying poor people should give up iPhones to pay for health insurance.
There were half as many juvenile crabs in the bay last winter compared to a year earlier, according to an annual population survey.
A speeding driver in a stolen car turned off lights to evade an officer before crashing, police said.
A roundup of news from the Washington region.
Officials credit drugs and prevention programs, including condom giveaways and needle exchange, for 73 percent drop in new cases since 2007.
Someone better be bottling this weather up.
Georgetown University scholars say “adultification” robs black girls of their childhood
The CDC says that more than 80 percent of Americans are not consuming enough fruits and vegetables.
The federal agency wants Adrian Abramovich to pay $120 million.
It would exempt council staffers from strict bonus rules and allow them to get retirement contribution matches.
Despite years of effort, affluent areas are drawing more and more upscale grocers, while residents of poorer, mostly black neighborhoods lose stores.
The storm killed four people and was extremely similar to the one on June 29, 2012.
It was a 1,000-year flood, meaning there was just a 0.1 percent chance of it occurring.
It looks like an airline kiosk for check-in, but its creator says it can figure out if you're lying.
Both 2-year-olds were found unconscious in the water on Saturday; one of them died that day, officials said.
BUYING NEW | 130 townhouses are planned, with prices from $454,900 to $529,900.
One reason: “Hyperactive culture,” an organizer of the survey said.
The typically muggy, swampy D.C. summer squalor remains on hiatus through tomorrow.