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Your water bill will be going up -- and will likely stay up -- as the water industry struggles to replace aging and failing water pipes.
Many politicians and diplomats call D.C. home, and apparently, so do the highest number of cheaters in the country.
The prosecutor who meticulously and methodically constructed the case against George Huguely V in the May 3, 2010, beating death of Yeardley Love spoke glumly late Wednesday
Men are accessorizing again -- buying hats, umbrellas and bags in what forecasters predict could be a 20-year high.
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Love songs bring back memories. Some are right for all the right reasons, and then there are those that just leave you wondering, "how did I ever like that when it was a hit?"
Potomac Phil, in his first prognostication ever, predicted more than how long winter will last.
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To be in the 1 percent in the District, you have to make $617,000 a year.
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Lots of Occupy D.C. protesters and their tents remain downtown Tuesday, a day after the deadline that made it illegal to camp at Freedom Plaza and McPherson Square.
Maryland's highest court disbarred former Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson Friday.
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