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How much mail would the USPS have to handle to turn a profit? We get an update about a recent study from Renee Sheehy, an economist with the Office of the Inspector General at the Postal Service
Chris Core, commentator
While the rest of the country is struggling in the housing market, most of the DC area continues to hold strong.
The Washington region's colleges and universities will be a catalyst for the District of Columbia's economic growth over the next decade as the federal government downsizes, a change that should give the institutions more lobbying power, a new report says.
George Mason Astronomy professor Harold Geller says once the telescope, the largest on an East Coast campus, is operational in the fall, it will be available to students to go boldly where no GMU undergrad has gone before.
George Mason University researchers are calling on the government to declassify details about cyber threats. Jerry Brito is one of the researchers behind the call.
A redistricting deal was vetoed by Gov. Bob McDonnell last week, leading to the possibility the Aug. 23 primary could be pushed back again.
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.