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Nearly five weeks after the weight of snow collapsed the roofs of three of its four hangars, more than a dozen damaged business jets and other aircraft remain pinned under structural beams, roofing materials and still-melting snow that had been atop the Dulles Jet Center.
The two guns Pentagon shooter John Patrick Bedell had with him when he opened fire Thursday were a Taurus 9 millimeter and a Sturm, Ruger & Co. 9 millimeter, sources tell WTOP.
When you see or hear a grammar mistake, do you cringe? If so, you'll be comforted to know that it's National Grammar Day.
WTOP's Neal Augenstein goes to Buffalo to find out how the New York city deals with snow.
The gas leak kept the fire going for an hour.
The rape on the Takoma Park campus of Montgomery College locked down the school Tuesday afternoon. "The suspect was crying and talking about his ex-wife and about how he was going to hell," charging documents say.