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More than 70 percent of the nation's wealth belongs to the over-55 population, which makes seniors a primary target of scam artists.
Current plans include no permanent parking for the five new stops on the Silver Line, but plans for bus service to the stations is taking shape.
Starting today, police in Montgomery County will engage in a month worth of stings meant to catch drivers that endanger pedestrians.
Many students enter kindergarden without basic reading skills. University of Virginia education professor Marcia Invernizzi has pioneered a process to identify them.
Maryland's Lt. Governor Anthony Brown is expected to announce his bid for the state's highest office on Friday.
There were bikes aplenty on the road to school this morning, in a national event to promote healthier lifestyles and greater bicycle safety.
Close to 19 million tourists visited Washington, D.C. in 2012, spending $6.2 billion.
There's still plenty of work to do to make Metro safer, but a recent survey shows progress in employees' willingness to report safety issues on the transit system.
Local leaders in Northern Virginia are raising property taxes, stoking fears that the area may become more expensive and less competitive.
A D.C. police officer was arrested Monday in connection with a federal charge related to laundering the proceeds from drug trafficking.
The Maryland Transportation Administration is holding five open houses to update residents on the progress of the Purple Line—and some residents aren't happy with what they're seeing.
The number of names on the waiting list for D.C. charter schools far exceeds the number of open spaces, according to DCPS data.
A gun you make at home with little more than a 3D printer? It exists—and one D.C. legislator wants to outlaw it.
Law enforcement and first responders who died in the line of duty were remembered today in the annual service out of St. Patrick's Catholic Church.
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