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The tribes are recognized by the United Kingdom, but not the United States—thus denying them benefits enjoyed by other Native American tribes throughout the country.
Unlike past Memorial Day long weekends, gas prices in the region are on the rise.
From good deeds to great dinners, listeners share their happiest memories.
Ringing the bells at Washington National Cathedral isn't an easy job, but for a select group of "ringers," it's a gig that brings great joy.
In this month's edition of Eating in the Embassy, we'll sample the culinary creations of Norway, currently ranked as the world's happiest nation.
For the members of one Maryland family, a rare genetic disorder is transforming their definitions of contentment.
We'll meet a D.C. high school student who was shot in the leg on her way to school... and is now about to pursue her college dreams.
Local watermen say although they're having a hard time making ends meet, they can't imagine living any other life.
The U.S. House Judiciary Sub-committee held a hearing into a bill that was initially intended to restrict abortions in D.C. alone, but is now being expanded nationally.
Ken Cuccinelli's decision to maintain his position as Virginia's attorney general during his run for governor has raised concerns.
Maryland's gas tax increase this summer will bring an increase in something else: gas inspections and paperwork at stations.
One person is dead and a second is critically injured, after a section of a parking garage at Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda collapsed Thursday afternoon.
The Atlantic Coast Conference is suing the University of Maryland, demanding it pay a $52 million fine for withdrawing from the conference.
The nation's capital added just over 13,000 residents from July 2011 to July 2012.
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