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After their instruments were stolen, Brooklyn rock group Atomic Tom performs one of their breakout hits on the B Train bound for their home borough using only iPhones.
Prepaid credit cards often sold at supermarkets are a simpler alternative to using credit cards, but hidden fees for using them can quickly eat away at the balances.
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.
A former Prince George's County police cadet is suing the county, claiming he was relieved from his 2009 training class for speaking out against instructor-endorsed cheating.
A new survey finds Washington drivers are among the most courteous in the country -- a stark contrast from two years ago.
The federal government exploits social media users' desire for online popularity to gain access to private information, a digital civil liberties watchdog group says.
A recent spate of fatal accidents involving pedestrians have led some local administrators to consider redesigns to make the roads safer.
The recent record surge in temporary and part-time hires would usually signal an upcoming economic expansion, but employers' lag in converting these jobs to full-time may leave the labor market spinning its tires.
The Farragut West and McPherson Square Metro stations remain closed on Columbus Day, along with the part of Metro Center that handles the Orange and Blue lines.
In order to maintain "basic economic security," families of four based in Fairfax County -- the most expensive in the Washington region -- need to earn $108,000 to feel financially secure, according to a detailed cost-of-living analysis by local organization.