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August brings easier commutes, shorter wait times

Until Labor Day, the wait times for tables at D.C. restaurants much shorter than any other time of the year.

Tuesday - 08/14/2012, 04:48am EDT

Tags: summer vacation, commute, august

Shooting range sees marked interest from women

The owner of a Rockville shooting range says interest in gun safety is on the rise among women and in neighborhoods where homes have been burglarized.

Thursday - 08/09/2012, 04:55am EDT

Tags: Gilbert Indoor Range, National Rifle Association,

Goddard begins two-year mission with Curiosity

The so-called "seven minutes of terror" captured the attention of the world as Curiosity blasted through the Martian atmosphere to a safe landing.

Tuesday - 08/07/2012, 05:56am EDT

Tags: nasa goddard, Curiosity rover, NASA, greenbelt

D.C. dog's disappearance prompts PETA call to action

The disappearance of a dog named Snoopy has prompted a discussion and a warning about leaving pets tied up outside stores and restaurants.

Thursday - 08/02/2012, 06:18am EDT

Tags: pets, snoopy, peta, Logan Circle

Fairfax Co. kids teach Russian counterparts baseball

America meets Russia on a Fairfax County baseball field this week. Players are learning more than just how to shag a fly.

Wednesday - 08/01/2012, 07:28am EDT

Tags: baseball, russia,


Fall will bring a drop in airfares

The end of summer's peak airline prices is at hand. By next month, the celebrated back-to- school season will bring a drop in airfares.

Tuesday - 07/31/2012, 03:39am EDT

Tags: travel, airfare,

After murder, area shop owners fearful

A Friday afternoon robbery that left a jewelry store owner dead has made business owners in the Arlington neighborhood fearful.

Monday - 07/30/2012, 03:32pm EDT

Tags: capital jewelers

Historic St. Elizabeths campus to open to public

The historic campus in Ward 8 -- long off-limits to the public -- will open for a day of family fun on Saturday.

Friday - 07/27/2012, 04:13am EDT

Tags: st. elizabeths,

NYC pay phone kiosks get free Wi-Fi

New York City has launched a pilot program in which pay phones kiosks become free Wi-Fi hotspots.

Friday - 07/13/2012, 04:14am EDT

Tags: New York, wi-fi, pay phone

Some D.C. Public Schools to lose librarians

When summer break ends, thousands of D.C students will return to schools without a librarian. Making a "tough budget choice," D.C. Public Schools decided to eliminate funding for librarians at schools with an enrollment of fewer than 300 students.

Thursday - 07/12/2012, 06:01am EDT

Tags: Libraries, D.C. Public Schools

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