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Government Fights For Inauguration Protesters' Facebook 'Likes' And Reams Of Other Data

People involved with the planning of protests on Inauguration Day in D.C. were in court to fight a search warrant that would require Facebook to give prosecutors 90 days-worth of their account information. [ more › ]

FBI Searches For Suspect In Case Of Md. Native Whose Body Was Found In Charlotte, NC

19-year-old Ashanti Billie's family celebrated her life at a service on Friday. [ more › ]

What to do if you're trapped in a vehicle in the middle of a wildfire

The best advice is to evacuate early. But you're trapped in a vehicle in the middle of a brush or wildfire, here's what fire authorities recommend you do

Trump’s decision to cut ACA payments elevates health care in Virginia governor’s race

Virginia’s 2018 rates already take cuts into account, but the future of marketplaces are unclear.

How To Eat Your Way Through D.C. This Week

The return of the Virginia Festival of Wines, the introduction of a lunch time happy hour with a spectacular view, and a grand celebration of pan-Asian culture at the Smithsonian means booze are are in the cards for this week in D.C. Here are our dining picks for the week. [ more › ]

Montgomery County will not pay for flawed minimum wage study

The study overestimated the number of jobs that would be lost if the county raised the minimum wage to $15.

Hogan wants to expand tax break for retired law enforcement, first responders

The Md. governor wants correctional officers to be eligible for the Hometown Heroes Act. He also wants entire pensions to be tax-free.

Vintage Sounds Help French Indie-Pop Band Phoenix Make Jubilant Music

Phoenix comes to The Anthem with it's '70s and '80s inspired vibe on Monday. [ more › ]

Watch The Relocation Of The Oldest Structure On The Mall

The Historic Lockkeeper's House moved about 50 feet on Thursday. [ more › ]

Trump’s Obamacare attack heralds new health-care battles on Capitol Hill

While Republicans argued that the Affordable Care Act is fundamentally flawed, Democrats called the move an act of sabotage and pledged to fight it.

Australian Band Atlas Genius Is On A Mission To Spread Compassion

The band comes to Sixth & I on Monday with its #63DaysOfLove social media campaign. [ more › ]

'Marshall' Sidelines The Supreme Court Justice In His Own Damn Biopic

In a movie about Thurgood Marshall, the last thing you want to see is a cloying Josh Gad character arc. [ more › ]

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