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Despite improvements, thousands remain on the streets in Northern Virginia. WTOP takes an in-depth look into how some counties are addressing the issue.
The slaves, the pirates and the treasure on board the Whydah all sank before the notorious thief pirate reached land for a rendezvous with his girlfriend, a condemned witch.
Four fire stations in Prince George's County will go without paid career staff, as firefighters are redeployed to meet efficiency and budget demands.
Former patients of a gynecologist linked to secret recordings have responded to the shocking allegations with visits to counselors and lawyers.
Real estate taxes for the average homeowner in Arlington County could increase hundreds of dollars each year as regional development and uncertainty about sequestration force the County Board to adjust to new realities.
A late ambulance that resulted in what's been called a bill for nearly $800 has motivated tens of thousands of people to sign an online petition to drop the charge.
Public schools already have rules for handling and preventing concussions, but a proposed Virginia bill would expand the state law to include more youth sports.
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A national security document said to report a major cyber-espionage campaign underscores what security experts and political leaders have called this country's greatest threat.
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