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More than 4,800 state workers in Virginia earned more than $100,000 this year -- including George Mason University basketball Coach Jim Larranaga, whose salary is $525,000.
With more people renting, fewer landlords are offering incentives to get you to rent.
The cuts could mean a loss of $6 billion to $7 billion to the local economy, says Stephen Fuller, director for the Center for Regional Analysis at George Mason University in Fairfax.
A new George Mason University study looks into the ownership issue.
One professor explains why DoD needs to be concerned about using social media.
A partnership between George Mason University and Loudoun County Public Schools offers online summer classes to hundreds of high schoolers.
A new biomedical research lab that could someday cure a disease or create a biological weapon defense is already starting to pay off for the region's economy.
"A lot of people are watching this particular race as a bellwether because, frankly, there are just not a lot of districts that look anything like the 11th Congressional district," says George Mason University professor Mark Rozell.
It's going to cost a lot more to attend George Mason University.
Michelle Dawson was stuck by a car as she tried to cross University Drive on George Mason's campus March 29 at a crosswalk just a few yards from the campus police station. Dawson, 21, suffered brain damage and may be partially paralyzed.