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On a night in the nation's capital and surrounding neighborhoods, D.C.area residents prepare to sleep after a long day. However, a full night's rest isn't really in store for them.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office had an award-winning telecommuting program, but an internal investigation showed employees lied about the hours they worked, according to The Washington Post.
The Washington Redskins' nickname has long been controversial, but a recent case in Maryland federal court has thrown the team's name back into the spotlight.
The Arlington County Columbia Pike streetcar project has been a controversial one and now officials are reaching out to the community to get more support.
A deployed soldier will get his dog back after his ex-girlfriend sold the dog online in his absence.
One of the most historic journalism sites of the past half-century will soon be demolished.
More people and more jobs are coming to D.C. and the city's infrastructure needs some work -- $54 billion worth.
Administrators at Fairfax County Public Schools are facing a tough decision: What to fund and what to cut while addressing a multi-million- dollar budget shortfall for 2015.
Students at Fairfax County Public Schools may be able to sleep a little longer if the school board approves proposals that would push back the school start time.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray plans to revamp the city's schools admissions by the Fall of 2015 as there has been considerable debate about the District's existing school boundaries and student assignment policies.
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