Loan-loss provision weighs on credit card company Capital One's 3Q profit; stock drops
Claims against theater chain dismissed in federal lawsuit stemming from Md. death in custody
Design approvals may clear way for building Eisenhower Memorial, but project needs funding
Smithsonian honors Rosanne Cash, Oculus founder, 8 others with 'American Ingenuity Awards'
Legal fund for ex-Va. Gov Bob McDonnell raised $78,000 last quarter
Capital One posts 3Q profit, results beat Wall Street forecasts
Coordinator Ray Horton believes Titans more comfortable with 3-4 defensive scheme past 2 games
Walk into almost any chain restaurant and you will see calorie counts right next to prices on the menu, but that may not be the best way to convince consumers to make healthy choices.
Montgomery County police officer pleads guilty to workers' comp fraud, perjury
As more rigorous screenings for Ebola began at Dulles International Airport on Thursday, local hospitals said they're ready to handle patients.
There are no confirmed cases of Ebola in the District, but the city's Health Department Director says more than 12 people with suspected cases have been isolated and watched in the city recently.
One year after blowing 22-0 lead against Duke, Virginia looks to end Blue Devils' dominance
The region's largest international gateway on Thursday will begin screening selected arriving passengers for signs of the Ebola virus.
Virginia Heritage Bank shareholders have approved the proposed merger with EagleBank. A bank official said the tally in favor was more than 99 percent of the vote from 75 percent of outstanding shareholders.
Quake-damaged Washington National Cathedral hosts experts as part of national earthquake drill
Man sought for 2 fatal shootings in Martinsville surrenders to police
Some Verizon customers in the southwest part of Alexandria may be without phone and/or Internet service due to two severed underground copper cables. A contractor, not working for Verizon, apparently was taking soil samples and has bored completely through the cables.
The streets will be wider, parking will be cheaper and the Circulator will be free for parents and local university students during family weekend this Saturday and Sunday.
1st Dallas nurse infected with Ebola virus to be moved to special NIH facility in Maryland
DC police chief says concealed permit holders should know to stay away from public events
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