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Search Tags: National Mall
You could be playing a dangerous game of follow the leader -- and not even know it.
Every war veteran must sacrifice. Some to spend most of their lives doing it.
Metro was aware of dangerous issues with escalator brakes a month before an accident at the L'Enfant Plaza station injured six people -- one of them seriously.
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Huge rallies, an annual holiday and one of the city's largest and most wide-spread events converge into a perfect storm in the D.C. area this weekend, to say nothing of the usual smattering of fetes and road closings around town.
Unexpected construction along the Marine Corps Marathon route has forced some course changes for the race this Sunday.
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.
The tens of thousands of people crowded onto the National Mall have kept D.C. Fire and E.M.S. crews busy.
With help from 20 federal and local agencies, as well as more than 30,000 written comments, the National Park Service has created a plan to improve the appearance of the Mall over the next 30 years.
More than 40,000 people from around the world, most wearing pink, have flooded the National Mall on a steamy morning to raise money for breast cancer in the Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure.
The National Park Service has proposed using $30 million for restoration work on the National Mall between the Lincoln Memorial and World War II Memorial.