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With an overwhelming majority of holiday travelers driving home to their turkey and stuffing, those hitting the road need to first make sure an essential component of their cars is in working order.
Reagan National Airport has activated both of its full-body scanners -- the imaging machines whose detailed depictions of the body of those getting the scans has garnered recent controversy -- as the airport prepares for the busiest travel day of the year.
As local shoppers gear up for the holiday season, it may be safer and much more efficient to leave the greenbacks at home and stick with the plastic.
Thousands of die-hard Harry Potter fans turned out early Friday for the first showings of the "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1." Were you there? How was it? Write your synopsis or your review and tweet it, #WTOPHP7.
For those interested in how the rest of the world visualizes the recent alleged corruption scandal in Prince George's County, an Asian cartoon service has it covered.
One of the charges has been dropped against the man accused of stealing the car of an American University professor, who hours earlier was found murdered in her home.
A public high school in northern Virginia is reevaluating its testing policy to allow those who cheat to get a second chance.
Three Prince George's County police officers were arrested Monday for extortion and drug trafficking, says a U.S. attorney, just days after County Executive Jack Johnson's corruption allegations.
A four-year Federal investigation led to the arrest of Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson Friday, Nov. 12. Three days later, FBI agents arrested nine people, including three county police officers, for conspiracy to commit extortion and traffic drugs.
In the wake of 11 recent arrests in Prince George's County for extortion, drug trafficking and corruption, County Executive-Elect Rushern Baker says these are not sad days.