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The Good Neighbor Next Door program from the U.S. Housing and Urban Development Department offers 50 percent discounts on the list prices of homes. However, to qualify buyers must be a full-time teacher, law enforcement officer or firefighter, and agree to live in the house for three years.
A recent nation-wide U.S. Department of Education initiative to pay some teachers based on merit has spurred a local debate on implementing the system for area public schools.
A new Web site makes it possible to meet people without the hassle of going on e-dates or joining a book club.
New census figures show the nationwide rate of six-figure salary earners is growing significantly faster for women than for men, according to a Washington Post report.
In the wake of State Department advisories, Americans traveling to Europe should focus on not standing out.
In the wake of a national call for longer classroom hours, the City Council is considering lengthening the school day in D.C. public schools.
The roadwork on Ohio Drive that for some drivers has more than doubled the duration of their commutes will be finished by the end of this month or early next month, the National Park Services says.
Americans are walking almost half as much than those in other countries, which have lower obesity rates, a new study shows.
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 D.C. fire department now thinks Wednesday's fire on 16th Street that left one dead, dozens injured and more than a hundred displaced was caused by arson.