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A proposed rule that would require customers to wait 24 hours before getting a tattoo or piercing has drawn hundreds of comments as the D.C. Health Department considers new regulations for body art.
A crush of gun-buyers, anxious to beat the implementation of a tough new law, has given way to a pile of paperwork and lingering uncertainty about new requirements.
The partial shutdown of the federal government comes at a price - two of them, actually.
Ninety percent of all cabs operating within the District now accept credit cards.
The ripple effect of a government shutdown has pushed rowers from the Potomac River.
The National Park Service is readying signs and barricades to close down the memorials and monuments that line the National Mall in case of a government shutdown.
District leaders are considering defying Congress to keep the city government running even if the federal government shuts down due to a budget impasse.
It's no hoax. D.C. police are investigating three carjackings that started with a collision that was just a ruse to get the victim out of their car.
In a WTOP interview in 2010, Vince Gray, as mayor-elect, was definitive about the wages Wal-mart should pay. Now, with the "living wage" bill before him and a week to make a decision on its fate, he's not as candid.
Football coaches in Fairfax County are trying to get players to take their heads out of the game -- at least the excessive helmet contact.
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