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Protests against Moammar Gadhafi have been a daily occurrence outside the White House since weeks before the U.S. and allies established a no-fly zone over Libya.
When it comes to making people laugh, he's a legend. But Bill Cosby visited the D.C. area Thursday to be honored for another reason.
At large Council member Michael Brown wants a portion of the street renamed to reflect the city's quest for statehood. What would your suggestions be, if you renamed the stretch of Pennsylvania Avenue between the 1300 and 1400 block?
The 12-inch water main was installed in 1858.
Reaction to the lanes is mixed. Some people think the lanes should be for cars. Others say it's time to encourage more bicycling.
WTOP first reported that the D.C. Department of Transportation wasn't happy with the design of those new bike lanes between 15th and 3rd streets on Pennsylvania Avenue NW. Now changes are being made that will essentially make the bike lanes skinnier.
A prominent auto group is calling the D.C. Department of Transportation's decision to make major changes to new bike lanes on Pennsylvania Avenue a good thing.
Maryland will take some of the bumps out of your commute through Prince George's County, but a long-term road resurfacing work that starts Monday will likely mean delays on the Capital Beltway and Md. 4.
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