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D.C. Rabbi Arrested On Voyeurism Charges, Synagogue Calls Incident 'Painful'

The leader of a Georgetown synagogue has been arrested on charges of voyeurism, police say.

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Parents Of Hannah Graham Renew Plea One Month After Disappearance

It's been more than a month now since the disappearance of 18-year-old University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, and her parents continue to plead for anyone with information to cooperate.

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Virginians Support Jail Time For Former Gov. Bob McDonnell

A majority of Virginians say the once-popular Gov. Bob McDonnell should face prison time for his public corruption convictions.

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'Help Us To Bring Hannah Home,' Say Parents Of Missing UVa. Student

The parents of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham are pleading for information about their daughter as the search for the missing young woman continues.
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Heroin Scare At Daycare Center Highlights Eastern Shore's Drug Problem

The ongoing heroin problem on Maryland's Eastern Shore was put in sharp relief this past week when a child brought baggies of heroin to her daycare to share with classmates.

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Judge Says Photos Of Women's Underwear Did Not Violate Privacy

A D.C. judge has dismissed charges against a Virginia man for taking photos of women's underwear while they sat on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, saying that he did not violate their privacy.
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Handgun Found In Prisoner's Underwear At D.C. Superior Court

U.S. Marshals discovered a loaded handgun in a man's underwear today at D.C. Superior Court.
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D.C. Moves Towards Sealing Records Of Residents Arrested For Pot Offenses

The D.C. Council gave approval to a bill that will allow residents arrested for non-violent marijuana offenses to petition to have their criminal records sealed.
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Search For Hannah Graham Broadened Over Weekend

More than 100 volunteers canvassed areas around Charlottesville, Virginia, where 18-year-old University of Virginia was last seen alive more than three weeks ago.

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After Not Guilty Verdict, Alexandria Cab Driver Goes Back To Mental Hospital

A former Alexandria taxicab driver is on his way back to Central State Hospital in Petersburg now that a judge has ruled that he is not guilty of shooing a police officer because he was insane at the time of the crime.