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D.C. Considers New Approach To Youth With Behavioral Problems

In the aftermath of a 2010 mass shooting on South Capitol Street that left four District teenagers dead, city lawmakers are looking at ways to change how the city deals with youth behavioral problems.

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Arlington County Board Seeks To Reduce Emissions

Arlington County is trying to slash carbon dioxide emissions, but the community energy plan approved in May by the County Board doesn't include mandates or penalties for carbon dioxide reductions.

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Peru's Election To Affect Traffic in Falls Church Sunday

Expatriates are expected to gather in parts in Falls Church for absentee voting in Peru's presidential election Sunday. The crowds are expected to cause gridlock around the area.

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Md. And N.J. Governors Fight Over Cap-And-Trade Program

Maryland is one of ten states that participate in a coordinated cap-and-trade program designed to lower greenhouse gas emissions and curb climate change -- but one of those states is dropping out.

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At Long Last, Sulaimon Brown Says He'll Testify

Former D.C. mayoral candidate Sulaimon Brown will finally testify before the D.C. Council for its investigation into Mayor Vincent Gray's 2010 campaign.

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Federal Officials Intervene In Dulles Metrorail Clash

The Obama administration is staging an intervention of sorts for the Dulles Metrorail project to get the rail extension back on track.

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In Nigeria, Former Va. Gov. Learns Political Lessons

Former Virginia Governor Doug Wilder went to Nigeria in May to provide advice to elected leaders restructuring their government after years of political unrest, but Wilder says he came back more knowledgeable about issues the United States struggles with as well.

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Sulaimon Brown To Testify Before D.C. Council Monday

Sulaimon Brown, the former D.C. mayoral candidate who's at the heart of a controversy surrounding the Mayor Vincent Gray's administration, will finally appear before the council to testify about his allegations.

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