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Man with gunshot wound fires gun at Reston Hospital Center

A 53-year-old Loudoun County man who had an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the upper body tried to get into a hospital building, but found the doors locked. Police say he fired a shot, breaking the glass, then fired another shot when hospital personnel tried to help him.

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2 college faculty fired in freshman-retention scandal

A plan to identify freshmen most likely to fail has led to firings and a demotion at Mount St. Mary’s University after the Catholic school’s president reportedly likened such students to baby rabbits that should be killed.

Americans strongly warned to stay out of North Korea

U.S. officials and North Korea experts are extremely concerned that Americans are ignoring a very dangerous situation when they choose to go there.

Running boosts brainpower, study finds

Aerobic exercise fires up the neurons in the hippocampus area of the brain, which is the portion of the brain responsible for learning, the study finds.

For Valentine's Day, Goodwill says, 'donate your ex's stuff'

Goodwill stores in the Sarasota, Florida, area are hosting what they categorize as an anti-Valentine's Day campaign.

Insights from Baker's 'Baseball Journey'

MLB Network’s hour-long documentary carries insights for Nationals fans into what to expect from the manager this season.

'D.C.' Madam' ex-lawyer says he has client names

The ex-lawyer of the ‘D.C. Madam’ says her telephone records, which could affect the presidential election, provide much more identifying information about customers than was previously reported.

NSA rolls out specifics of its reorganization

Adm. Mike Rogers plans to create four new directorates to better integrate the agency’s two core missions, foreign signals intelligence and information assurance.

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