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Are D.C. apartment dwellers ready for New York-style, matchbox-sized apartments? One of the Big Apple's largest residential landlords, Aria Development Group, is betting $32 million on it.
Whether you're a seasoned local or a newbie tourist, finding a good spot to watch the District's fireworks display is often a matter of luck. However, we know some places around the city that might improve your chances.
Want to make some serious dough? D.C. ranks third on a new list of the best cities to get rich, behind San Jose and Boston.
A Republican congressman from Michigan may propose a ban on speed and red-light enforcement cameras in the District of Columbia.
It's been a summer tradition on the National Mall for 47 years now. The Smithsonian Folklife festival, which began Wednesday, has a Hungarian theme.
The Smithsonian Institution is seeking a contractor to install and operate an "innovative, technologically advanced, user-friendly, first-class, innovation themed" 4-D theater, or a simulator, or a hybrid version of the two, in the Arts & Industries Building, currently closed for a long-needed overhaul.
District-based Providence Hospital has laid off nearly 40 workers as part of a much wider cost-reduction effort, CEO Amy Freeman confirmed Tuesday, adding another hospital to the recent trend of health care job cuts in the Washington region.
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Authorities say a homeless man faces charges in a D.C. suburb after they say he struck two people with a machete.
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