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D.C. Breaks Record With 17.4M Tourists In 2013

More people came to visit the nation's capital last year than ever, with more than 17.4 million tourists standing on the left side of the escalator in 2013.

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New Driver's Licenses Comply with REAL ID Act

The District of Columbia is set to issue drivers licenses that comply with federal law intended to make it harder for terrorists to get fake IDs. We look at how the change affects you.

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Does Snowy Winter Help Or Hurt Ocean City Tourist Economy?

Conventional wisdom says that a long winter might push back summer vacation plans and hurt resort towns like Ocean City, but some business owners say hotel rooms will be booked regardless.

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Going Nowhere: Winter Transportation Troubles

Even though it's March, winter weather continues to wreak havoc on transportation systems nationwide. We consider the factors that transit providers weigh when deciding when to cancel -- and restart -- service.

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Merger Means Fewer Direct Flights To Small Cities Out Of National Airport

As part of the merger with US Airways, American Airlines is giving up some slots at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, and that could have impacts on the flights available to travellers.

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D.C. Tourism Bureau: Virginia Isn't The Only Place For Lovers

Tourism officials are preparing to showcase Washington as a destination for romance.
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The Next Generation Of Online Maps (Rebroadcast)

The 7-year-old Google Maps is getting a bold re-design as online mapping becomes more personalized, interactive and mobile. We explore the push toward 3-D, real-time digital maps.

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The Next Generation Of Online Maps

The 8-year-old Google Maps is getting a bold re-design as online mapping becomes more personalized, interactive and mobile. We explore the push toward 3-D, real-time digital maps.

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Thanksgiving Travel May Be Hampered By Wintry Weather

Major snow is not expected to hit the D.C. region for the Thanksgiving holiday this week, but strong rain and winds, along with bad weather elsewhere, may still create headaches for travelers.

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Eating Well At The Airport And In The Air

Celebrity chefs and healthier fare are boosting the culinary quotient at airports. We scope out the best and worst terminals for a pre-flight meal.

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