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The playoffs have a way of turning bigwigs into rank-and-file fans - and excitement over the Redskins playing in the playoffs has been brewing for more than a decade.
As the District of Columbia celebrated its lowest number of violent deaths in 50 years, sexual assaults have spiked and police are taking steps to combat these crimes.
Metro Transit Police released surveillance photos that may help to identify the suspected attackers involved in a Metrobus stabbing early New Year's Day.
Emily Jackson, of Potomac, Md., managed to keep her New Year's resolution to lose weight and improve her overall health. Two years later she's still hitting the gym and feeling lighter.
The prospect of the American economy careening off a cliff overshadowed a tax increase that takes effect immediately, rich or not.
Bruce Variety, in the Bradley Shopping Center on Arlington Road, has announced it will be closing after 60 years of business.
Without a deal to avoid the "fiscal cliff," local leaders expect the D.C. area to take a major financial hit.
The future of a landmark boathouse along the Georgetown Waterfront remains uncertain, as the National Park Service intends to move from the current lease structure to a concessions contract.
Prince George's County State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks says the case of a Laurel High School student who made 'credible threats' to harm others is the latest example of why Maryland lawmakers must pass legislation to make such threats a crime.