In light of last year's quake, National Park Service officials are conducting a survey to determine the exact status of D.C.'s currently-shuttered Washington Monument.
WASHINGTON (AP).- The Washington Monument cracked and crumbled when a 5.8-magnitude earthquake shook the nation's capital last year. But did it sink or tilt? A team of government surveyors is trying to find out. On Tuesday, surveyor... Read Post
Cracking was found in the stones at the top of the Washington Monument Tuesday evening, the National Park Service reported. The crack was located in one of the triangular faces at the top of the monument. It runs at an angle, and me... Read Post