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The 42nd president spoke at the Bolger Center, in Potomac, on behalf of Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, whom Clinton endorsed last month.
"The demand for the tickets has been nothing like we've seen in this market in a long, long time," says the team's chief revenue officer.
Thursday is the day D.C. starts issuing new driver's licenses and ID cards that comply with the federal REAL ID Act.
Families often choose where to live based on a good school in the neighborhood, but proposed changes in the District could mean children might not get to attend the desirable school Mom and Dad made sure to move close to.
Emails and text messages that included talk about raping women and doing drugs, as well as racist, sexist and homophobic language, have prompted an investigation at American University.
The man who founded D.C.'s now-closed National Pinball Museum is selling his collection of hundreds of machines, and the second in a series of auctions is set fir 9 a.m. Sunday, April 27.
Ospreys are building nests. An osprey cam has been set up to watch one of them.
As the weather heats up, so does fishing on the Potomac River. But a longtime bass fisherman hopes this year is not a repeat of the last.
Businesses have transformed April 15 from deadline day to holiday by offering freebies and deals to weary taxpayers.
Peak bloom for the cherry blossoms also means peak traffic around the Tidal Basin. Here are some tips to avoid the worst of it.
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