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Tuesday - 4/24/2012, 9:08am  ET

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Good morning, Washington area -- Five stories to keep you informed and get you going:

Washington delicate about Secret Service scandal: People are loath to criticize an agency whose employees are trained to take a bullet for the people they protect. Members of Congress pressing for the juicy stories risk reviving -- or having revealed -- some of their own.

FAA lists show agencies able to use drones: The Federal Aviation Administration recently released lists of organizations, agencies and manufacturers that are allowed to fly drones. Among them: Virginia Tech and Virginia Commonwealth University.

Va. and Md. are not among most peaceful states: The Institute for Economics and Peace has put together a list of the most peaceful places to live, and Virginia and Maryland don't even make the top 10.

Teens aim to make a difference with video games: A team of local high school students is out to prove that video games aren't a waste of time -- and, in fact, can make a difference.

Fans of Caps' goalie Holtby can't buy his jersey: The Capitals' red-hot goalie Braden Holtby has been great in the playoffs, but fans are having a hard time finding a Holtby jersey.

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