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Investigation Underway After Fatal Police Shooting In Montgomery County

Montgomery County police are investigating a shooting yesterday during which a 54-year-old Silver Spring brandished a knife and was subsequently shot by officers.

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Police Fatally Shoot Man Who Threatened Officers In Bank

The middle-aged man threatened officers with knives inside a Capital One bank in Silver Spring.
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Rockville Couple Charged For Allegedly Abusing Autistic Sons

The couple is now free on bond after being charged for allegedly locking their adult children in a basement.

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Despite Decriminalization, D.C. Colleges Maintain Strict Policies On Marijuana

Despite a law decriminalizing marijuana possession in D.C., the thousands of college students in the city won't be catching a break if they're caught with pot.
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DNA Evidence Exonerates D.C. Man After 25 Years Behind Bars

Kevin Martin, 50, of D.C. has been cleared of rape and murder charges after DNA evidence was unearthed in police archives that connected the crime with another man.

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Virginia Politics Likely To Be Under Microscope In McDonnell Corruption Trial

Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell will go on trial next week, and observers expect the defense to cast the Republican as a good man caught up in a corrupt system.

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Johns Hopkins Agrees To Settle For $190 Million In Case Of Spying Gynecologist

The hospital has agreed to pay the large sum in order to settle with patients who say a Hopkins gynecologist secretly recorded them with a pen-like device.
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Beretta Gun Factory Leaving Maryland

Iconic weapons maker Beretta says concerns about Maryland's new gun control laws are prompting it to close its factory in Accokeek.

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Chelsea Manning To Get Initial Treatment For Gender Re-Assignment

Army Pfc. Bradley Manning is receiving initial treatments as part of her gender re-assignment being conducted while in prison.

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War Crimes Archive Goes On View At Holocaust Museum

Beginning Thursday, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum is making the entire U.N. War Crimes Commission archive available to visitors in its research room. The digital archive names thousands of perpetrators of World War II war crimes.

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