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So why does the marble change color?
Rebecca Sheir
So why does the marble change color?

Whether you're new to the D.C. region or can count with two hands the number of presidents you've seen in the White House, it's hard to know everything about the region. And Washington generates more than its share of mysteries and urban legends. Rebecca Sheir sets out to debunk some of these mysteries in her series, "The Newcomer's Guide To Washington."

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