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Nearly five weeks after the weight of snow collapsed the roofs of three of its four hangars, more than a dozen damaged business jets and other aircraft remain pinned under structural beams, roofing materials and still-melting snow that had been atop the Dulles Jet Center.
The Mars family has an $11 billion fortune, according to Forbes Magazine.
As students Robert Hawthorne, 24, and James Betz, 23, tied the knot outside the courthouse, Jeremy Moon, 31, and Bryan Legaspi, 30, got married inside the courthouse.
The two guns Pentagon shooter John Patrick Bedell had with him when he opened fire Thursday were a Taurus 9 millimeter and a Sturm, Ruger & Co. 9 millimeter, sources tell WTOP.
Investigators believe John Patrick Bedell who opened fire on Pentagon officers acted alone. Bedell, who died after the shootout, is not believed to be tied to terrorism.
National Park Service Chief Horticulturist Rob DeFeo released his peak bloom prediction Thursday.
When you see or hear a grammar mistake, do you cringe? If so, you'll be comforted to know that it's National Grammar Day.
Maryland and 15 other states are moving to make credit checks illegal.
"There are a lot of things that we share as people that drive happiness, and to be blunt, money isn't one of them. Money can be an enabler, it is really not at the core of what makes people self-actualized and happy," says Leonsis in an interview with WTOP.
A group of senators calls Metro's safety record "unacceptable" and says "systematic failures" need to be addressed. The threat of a federal takeover comes as NTSB hearings open on Metro's deadliest ever crash.