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Uber is among the companies offering to deliver Christmas trees.
A sequel of the movie, "It's a Wonderful Life" is being made.
Report: Government secretly scooping up phone records of millions of Verizon customers
What do you think of what's happening with health insurance plans?
The debate over the Washington Redskins moniker has reached the pages of The Onion, best known for its satirical and faux news stories. The Onion parodies the debate by using racial slurs against the team's owner.
Parents of Alexandria elementary school children are concerned and confused by a new grading system that doesn't use letters.
Roxanne Jones, the former vice president of ESPN, says her respect and love for the game of football is fading because of the way the NFL has handled, or ignored, growing medical evidence that concussions cause serious damage to players' brains.
Should texting, web browsing be allowed at movie theaters?
For most, school is back in session. And that can make things a little busy for both kids and parents.
Three New Jersey judges decided on Tuesday that when it comes to texting and driving, you don't have to be the one behind the wheel to get in trouble.
What constitutes a fashion no-no for the office when it's this hot?
More and more retailers are tracking the movements of their customers when they are inside their stores.
Correction: Paula Deen-The Comeback Trail story
What have the worst drivers you've seen done?
'Bad news parents': Youth sports officials try to control over-the-top parent behavior
A Pew Research Center analysis finds men have more leisure time than women. What do you think?
Restaurant service sometimes is great. Sometimes it's just the opposite. The def
Fairfax County school officials on Tuesday plan to discuss a proposal that would start the school day later.
The nation's capital has the largest commuter surge in the country, with close to a half-million people a day coming into Washington, D.C. -- proportionately more than any other city in the country.