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A 401(k) is meant to go untouched until a person retires, but more than a quarter of Americans use their retirement accounts to pay current expenses.
The Metro transit system is offering a $3 rebate to anyone who buys a reusable debit card to pay fares.
A FedEx driver reportedly was robbed of packages at gunpoint in Southeast D.C. Saturday.
The Washington Post's online website, washingtonpost.com, may take a page from The New York Times.
Federal investigators reportedly are looking into allegations that members of D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray's campaign staff encouraged supporters to donate money by promising their donations wouldn't be reported.
The Washington Humane Society says two dogs were found in a trash can in Southeast Washington, one of them dead and the other seriously injured.
The D.C. Council is preparing to consider a bill that would rewrite the city's alcohol regulations for the first time in a decade.
George Washington University says it inadvertently overstated the percentage of freshmen in the class of 2015 who graduated in the top 10 percent of their high school class.
Officials from MGM Resorts are describing the casino they'd like to build at Maryland's National Harbor if voters approve an expansion of gambling.
A Leesburg couple says their large yard sign supporting Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was set on fire in the early morning hours.
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