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Md. schools chief calls for changes in wake of student sex abuse case

Prince George’s County schools officials will set up a new office of accountability and will roll out dozens of policy, training and even curriculum changes and in an effort to protect county students from physical and sexual abuse at the hands of adults they are supposed to trust.

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Doctors describe shark bite wound after California attack

The semi-circular shark bite stretches from Maria Korcsmaros’ shoulder to her pelvis, teeth marks visible in the shredded flesh of her arm and torso.

National Zoo trains for events like boy’s gorilla encounter

The National Zoo trains and prepares for rare instances in which animals or humans end up where they shouldn’t be.

The Transaction: Eyewitness to an aviation nightmare

During a trip through Morocco, WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green witnessed a traveler breeze through an airport security checkpoint after bribing a police officer.

June Entertainment Guide

Goodbye May, hello June! Here's a guide to fun things to see and do around the D.C. area this month.

BWI sets record 9 months running

BWI Marshall Airport had another record month in March — the ninth straight month for record-breaking passenger traffic.

Stay ahead of SafeTrack: What commuters need to know

Metro is launching a public information campaign to get the word out to as many riders as possible that major and consistent disruptions will hit the rail system beginning next week.

Navy scandal spreading like an oil slick

How tough and accountable will the Navy be about itself as Fat Leonard scandal widens?

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