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The Federal Drive has the day off, but you can catch these great interviews from the past few weeks.
After moving to the United States from different parts of the world, four people found work in sports, maintenance, mentoring and research.
Congress is back in town today after an extended summer break. What it'll find, in addition to a stack of unfinished business, is the career federal workforce which has been toiling away keeping things running.
Instead of giving the traditional "State of the American Worker" Labor Day speech in front of a small group, Secretary Hilda Solis this year recorded a video both highlighting the department's support of and commitment to the American worker. We ask Secretary Solis about the message of the day.
Are you working today, or at least keeping up with current events? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey and Senior Internet Editor Suzanne Kubota have a big bet, lunch, on just how many or few of you are out there today and what your status is. Check it out.
If you are traveling for the long weekend, AAA Mid-Atlantic says you'll need to keep a close eye on the forecast to make sure Hurricane Earl doesn't dampen your plans.
The Glenmont, Wheaton, Forest Glen, Silver Spring and Takoma stations will be closed Friday, September 3 at 10 p.m. until Tuesday, September 7 at 5 a.m.
Metro will close five Red Line stations over Labor Day weekend for major track work, in part to comply with federal investigators' recommendations after last year's fatal train crash.