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The Federal Trade Commission wants details about any warranty that comes with a used car to be displayed on its "buyer's guide" sticker.
Activists from both sides of the Israeli- Palestinian conflict gathered outside the White House on Thursday, chanting, singing and, at times, shouting at each other Thursday night.
"We're not as private as we think we are," says online privacy expert Cole Stryker, author of the book "Hacking the Future."
Bond is known as much for his flashy cars as much as he is for his sexy women and the ability to get out of a sticky situation with ease and grace.
As the D.C. area prepares for Inauguration Day in January, many are hoping to have a better experience this time than attendees did four years ago.
Facebook is offering users a tutorial on privacy rights as the site has fallen under recent criticism over what information is public and what is private.
In the event of an emergency, Metro board member Tom Downs says it is important that riders can access the Internet and social media websites like Twitter for news and information. Meanwhile, Metro says it is working to eliminate dead spots for cellphone and Internet service.
With persistent heat bearing down on the D.C. area this summer, the last thing on anyone's mind is a snowstorm. But that's what one weather service is now warning about.
"Off!" shouted a utility worker wearing goggles and a full protective suit. Thanks to his careful maneuvering, gas had stopped blowing out of a ruptured line in the ground.
For the second year in a row, the average hours worked by Americans has increased.
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