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Native Americans from across the country are visiting Washington this week to protest the construction of a controversial pipeline in the Midwest.
About 50 students marched across the university carrying handmade signs to protest what they say is the school's complacency regarding the banned Epsilon Iota fraternity.
The main contractor responsible for the first phase of the Silver Line says that the project is "substantially complete," though that doesn't mean that passengers can start using it just yet.
A special "veto session" in the Virginia Senate confirmed the decisions made by Gov. Terry McAuliffe, but lawmakers have still shown little movement on passing a budget.
Do you root for the Washington Nationals, or are you a Baltimore Orioles fan? The geography of local baseball fandom might surprise you.
Humor isn't often the subject of scientific inquiry, but the results of a new "humor algorithm" devised by the University of Colorado ranks D.C. among the funniest cities in the country.