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Pollen levels are way above normal in D.C. area due to abnormally warm weather

The fast start to pollen season may mean allergy sufferers find relief earlier this spring.

Watching this 'dam hole' video may be the most enjoyable thing you do all day

I'm not saying I can explain the fascination, but I keep playing this video over and over.

New Bill Would Require Training For D.C. Employees To Stop Street Harassment

"We want our public spaces to feel safe," says Ward 1 Councilmember Brianne Nadeau. [ more › ]

Helmets save lives so why don't all states require them?

WHO says traffic fatalities have leveled off worldwide - except for motorcycles in the Americas.

Metrorail Maintenance Will Delay Five Lines This Weekend

Riders should prepare for 18 to 26 minute wait times on the Blue, Yellow, Green, Orange, and Silver Lines. [ more › ]

5 Must-Have Items You Shouldn't Leave Home Without

Whether it's this durable key fob or this wallet and toolkit in one, these are the everyday carry items you should have on you at all times. [ more › ]

Video: D.C. Police Rescue Man From A Burning Car In Northeast

Police say the driver struck a pole and was trapped in his burning car on Sunday night. [ more › ]

Ex-CIA officer jailed in Portugal for her alleged role in kidnapping a terrorism suspect

Sabrina De Sousa expects to be extradited in a week from Portugal to Italy, where she faces four years in prison for the 2003 rendition of an Egyptian cleric

D.C. police officers rescue man from burning vehicle

Two D.C. police officers helped pulled a man from his crashed, burning vehicle on Bladensburg Road in Northeast Washington on the night of Feb. 19.

Morning Roundup: Runner Wins Race With Just One Shoe

Also a Maryland tattoo parlor will cover up racist or gang tattoos for free, lawsuit filed over the removal of a student painting at the Capitol, and more in the news. [ more › ]

She’s landed! Bao Bao, the giant panda, arrives in China.

Video from official Chinese news agency shows the panda’s crate landing at the airport.

‘We need your voice’: Md. Democrats to Muslim, immigrant constituents

At a town hall meeting in a Washington suburb, Democratic lawmakers found a warm but worried reception.

Should Maryland transit systems be required to cover a share of their operating costs with fares?

Lawmakers are considering whether to repeal a requirement that systems cover at least 35 percent of their operating costs through fares.

Westphalia Town Center offers an urban style in the Maryland suburbs

BUYING NEW | The development in Upper Marlboro will blend with retail, restaurants, offices and outdoor amenities.

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