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Ever leave the house to buy something and realize you have forgotten your wallet? It may not be a problem for much longer. You soon may be paying at cash registers with just a swipe of your mobile phone.
People don't necessarily ditch their cars when a subway expands. A new study finds the opposite can occur.
Some local drivers who should have had their licenses revoked recently were mistakenly allowed to stay behind the wheel, a recent transportation department report says, and customers' financial information was not properly secured.
Metro officials showed off some of their snow-fighting equipment at the Branch Avenue Rail Yard Thursday.
At least 100 people crowded around the temporarily closed DC9 nightclub in Northwest D.C. Tuesday night to remember a man who died after a confrontation at the club last week.
The co-owner and four employees of a U Street-area nightclub have been charged with aggravated assault, in connection with the death of a man outside of that club.
The tall cranes and other heavy construction equipment for the Jefferson Memorial's restoration project obscured the classic view of the domed structure during this year's National Cherry Blossom Festival, frustrating many camera-toting visitors.
Improvements to the Reflecting Pool on the National Mall that start later this month will close the iconic tourist attraction to the general public for up to two years.
Frederick area residents want to know what's going on at Fort Detrick
A Bethesda-based organization dedicated to studying the future stands behind an idea which they say will revolutionize the use of cars.