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A new lab to test vaccines against ebola and other diseases is being built at Fort Detrick in Frederick, Md., and a risk assessment is under way now. WTOP's Evan Haning has the report.
Investigators are searching for a serial arsonist they say is responsible for three fires set in four hours in Frederick, Md.
Do employees actually waste a ton of time with web watching and office pools? WTOP's Evan Haning has the story.
Housing prices have increased by at least 1 percent, says John McClain, deputy director of George Mason University's Center for Regional Analysis, who specializes in housing.
While Google ranks as their ideal employer, many college students say they are interested in working for federal agencies.
Nanotechnology is providing easier, safer and less expensive medical treatments for a variety of illnesses.
Only a handful of medical schools -- including two in the D.C. region -- still train surgeons on live animals. WTOP's Evan Haning reports.
Being put on "hold" used to be customers' biggest gripe. Now? It's those darn automated attendants.
Find out how some area hospitals fared in the latest report by the Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission. WTOP's Evan Haning has the report.
To reduce power outages, Pepco has trimmed trees along 1,200 miles of power lines. Now Montgomery County wants them to do some planting.