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Shots were exchanged between an off-duty officer and an agitated man outside a mosque in Washington today. Police say the man screamed at an Imam during a worship service, accusing the mosque of "recruiting."
Those planning to ride Metro trains soon should be aware: Theft and violent crimes at Metro stations are up almost across the board.
Metro General Manager Richard Sarles was a guest Tuesday on WTOP's "Ask the GM" program. Here's what he had to say:
The day after federal investigators unveiled an unsuccessful terrorist plot against the D.C. Metro system, transit police are considering implementing one of the most controversial security measures available to them.
Regular service has resumed on Metro's Green and Yellow lines after a woman was struck at the Mount Vernon Square station Wednesday.