Proposed resort south of D.C. stirs anger

The Virginia site of the proposed luxury resort is one of the most important places on the East Coast for bald eagles, conservation officials say. The planned resort two hours from D.C. has angered land preservation advocates, wealthy property owners and researchers. (Photos)

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