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Video: Women Catcalling Dogs Show The Insanity Of Street Harassment

The video was created by D.C.-based, digital content firm Miau Miaou Productions. [ more › ]

Metrobus Operates On Regular Schedule Tuesday

Yesterday, Metro announced a moderate snow plan for Metrobus. [ more › ]

Vigil held for slain Blacksburg teen

A vigil was held Feb. 8 for 13-year-old Nicole Lovell, who was allegedly killed by two Virginia Tech students. Speaking at the gathering, Lovell's mother, Tammy Weeks says their family is broken.

How to design efficiency into your kitchen

Determine what your work flow is and construct work zones around it.

Morning Roundup: All Squares Edition

In the news: A morbid mix-up at GW medical school, Chairman Mendelson makes changes to the paid leave bill, and more. [ more › ]

DNC says Obama remarks about Trone are not an endorsement

In the “Good Idea” spot, the president suggests the party “could run him for something.”

Bloomberg gun-control group launches new ad against McAuliffe

The rift between recent allies in the gun-control movement continues to deepen.

Metro needs more cops on trains

Metro's new high-tech new security outpost is great, but putting more transit cops on trains would be even better.

D.C. area forecast: Sloppy winter storm today, then temperatures crash through the weekend

Scattered areas of snow and wintry mix could make roads slushy and slippery, especially in the far west and northwest suburbs.

Bei Bei climbs his first tree, with some help from mom

The National Zoo's giant panda cub Bei Bei ventured outside to climb a tree for the first time. His mother Mei Xiang waited with open arms to help him down.

In an age of resegregation, these schools are trying to balance poor and wealthy kids

An increasing number of school districts and charter networks are trying to break up concentrated poverty and balance their student populations by race and income.

Ahead of snow, morning bus service suspended on some D.C.-area routes

Forecasts call for as much as five inches of snow inside the Capital Beltway by Tuesday’s end.

Paying criminals not to commit crime may not be so funny after all

Under the proposed measure the city would pay 50 of its most troubled young criminals to be good.

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