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There's a troubling trend on the rise in the District: More police officers finding themselves on the wrong side of the law.
A car accident is never pleasant for anyone involved. Several major auto insurance companies are making the fallout easier by offering smartphone apps that allow drivers to document information on the spot.
Come Labor Day, the signs are everywhere. Firefighters stand in the street, collecting money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association through their annual Fill the Boot campaign.
In just a few years, taking a train to Tysons Corner will be more than just wishful thinking.
Looking for a pick-me-up in the afternoon? Avoid the coffee and try eating some chicken, which is packed with amino acids that create chemicals to keep the body alert.
The cost of attending college isn't the only thing going up. Admissions standards are also rising.
Health officials find a new Montgomery County report troubling. Eleven percent of residents have no coverage. Among people between the ages of 18 and 34 the number is even higher -- 20 percent are uninsured.
The drive down I-270 could become significantly slower in the next several weeks. Two bridges on the northbound and southbound side of the highway will undergo construction, possibly resulting in lane closures and detours.
Four times over the last several months, Metro operators have opened train doors on the wrong side of the track. As recently as Tuesday, a Blue Line train made the mistake at Metro Center.