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A bit of Hollywood is back in the nation's capital this week. A Captain America movie is being shot near the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum.
A Maryland lawmaker is selling raffle tickets for assault weapons as a fundraiser for gun rights and his re-election campaign.
You may not realize it, but Transportation Security Administration workers are testing beverages that travelers buy after they've been screened at airport checkpoints.
Police are searching for a man who took a 5- year-old girl from a Fairfax County playground and sexually assaulted her.
Students in Calvert County and Spotsylvania counties return to class on Tuesday. Most in the WTOP listening area will be back in class either next Monday or right after Labor Day.
Pepco customers who lost power in the wake of the June 29 derecho are much more critical of their utility's performance than customers of other major utilities who were left in the dark, according to a new WTOP Beltway Poll.
A new study suggests that a diet based on healthy carbohydrates provides the best chance of dropping pounds without side effects.
Orlando Carter, Sanquan Carter, Robert Bost and Jeffrey Best were found guilty of first-degree murder in the so-called 2010 South Capitol Street massacre.
Smartphones can pull off a growing number of high-tech tasks, but the cost of cellphone service is growing as well.
The use of red-light cameras is expanding in the Washington area and throughout the country, along with a growing debate about the legal status of the devices.
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