Taxpayers have paid more than half a million for legal bills related to a criminal case involving the former chef at Virginia's governor's mansion.
A cab driver says he was assaulted by a passenger who went on an anti-Muslim rant shortly after the Boston bombings, but prosecutors are dropping charges after finding holes in his account.
Michael G. Morris of the University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce is accused of sharing pornographic videos of children on the Internet.
Following his arrest after a July 4 protest in which he videotaped himself loading a shotgun in Freedom Plaza, activist Adam Kokesh pleaded guilty to charges.
Kojo explores how the discovery of 1,500 artworks missing since the Nazi era fits into the decades-long effort to recover lost and looted art in Europe.
Acoustic sensors deployed throughout D.C. by police have recorded some 40,000 gunshots over the last eight years.
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