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Seven shootings, two fatal, mar 1st night of 'all hands on deck'

D.C.'s crime wave continues as all Metropolitan Police officers have been pulled from desk duty and other details for a weekend of "all hands on deck." Meanwhile, Chief Cathy Lanier faces a "no confidence" vote by the police union on Sunday.

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Residents across Gulf remember Katrina’s might, recovery

As former President Bush tours New Orleans, residents share their memories and hopes for the area's continued recovery.

Hungary court orders arrest of 4 men in migrant truck deaths

Seventy one migrants were found dead in a refrigerated truck Thursday on a Budapest-to-Vienna highway.

Va. chef's garden dictates restaurant menu

Ripe peaches? An abundance of tomatoes? Chef Cathal Armstrong of Alexandria's Restaurant Eve builds his award-winning menu from the plants directly outside.

Tips for fall lawn seeding and tree planting

Whether you're trying to get rid of grubs, planting garlic, or sowing seed for a great lawn, WTOP's garden guru Mike McGrath has tips for fall planting and more.

Owen Wilson, Lake Bell try to survive in ‘No Escape’

Owen Wilson and Lake Bell show their serious side in family survival tale in Southeast Asia.

Nats pitcher reads to D.C. kids (Photos)

Washington Nationals relief pitcher Drew Storen shared his love of reading with more than 100 kids Saturday at Tenley-Friendship Library in Northwest D.C.

Ten years after Katrina, DoD cites gains in civilian disaster response

The Pentagon says in the decade since Hurricane Katrina, it’s made several changes that are intended to get Defense Department resources to local disaster zones within hours instead of days.

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