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Fake Cab Driver Pleads Guilty For Robbing Drunk Riders Of $200,000

A man from Maryland has pleaded guilty to offering rides to intoxicated people and then using their ATM cards to withdraw money from their bank accounts.
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Plaintiff In D.C. Gun Ruling Says City Would Be Safer With Concealed Carry

George Lyon, one of the plaintiffs in the recent ruling that tossed out the D.C. ban on carrying handguns outside the home, says that concealed carry rights would make everyone safer, but is willing to compromise on how and where carrying is allowed.
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'The Wire' Actor Anwan Glover Stabbed At D.C. Nightclub Saturday Night

An actor known for playing a gang member in HBO's 'The Wire" was attacked and stabbed at a D.C. nightclub on Saturday night.

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Police: Credit And Debit Cards Hacked At Ocean City Businesses

Investigators say an out-of-state credit card processing company was hacked by a virus that was passed on unknowingly to various businesses in the resort area and their point-of-sale systems.
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ANC Commissioner Arrested For Allegedly Attacking Homeless Man

Dupont Circle ANC Commissioner Leo Dwyer is suspected of assaulting a man with cleaning liquid. The alleged incident is being investigated as a hate crime.
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Like Other Cities, D.C. Moves To 'Ban The Box' On Job Applications

Starting later this year, D.C. employers will no longer be able to ask potential employees about their criminal histories until after a conditional job offer is made.
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Jonnie Williams On Stand Again Today In McDonnell Corruption Trial

Former Star Scientific CEO Jonnie Williams will take the stand again today in the trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, and his testimony could be key in the case.

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Teenager Sought In Wheaton Shooting

Montgomery County police are looking for a 14-year-old boy whom they say shot an 18-year-old woman multiple times in Wheaton this morning.
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McDonnell To Testify In His Own Defense In Virginia Corruption Trial

The trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen continues Wednesday, following a day of opening statements where the jury learned the McDonnell would testify in his own defense, including the reading of a personal letter written to his wife.
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Virginia Teen Charged With Arson After Woodbridge House Fire

Investigators are charging a Virginia teen with attempted murder and arson after a fire in Woodbridge, Virginia.

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