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Popular area attractions are opening up their gates to overnight visitors willing to pay for memorable experiences.
Meridian Hill Park in D.C.'s Columbia Heights neighborhood was the end point of a weekend march organized by Slut Walk D.C. to fight the perception that victims of sexual assault are somehow responsible.
It's rough terrain near the Anacostia River full of downed logs, ivy and ditches, so the Congressional Cemetery rolled in five dozen goats to clear it.
A camp for students from D.C.'s Wards 7 and 8 aims at opening up their minds by exposing them to potential career fields.
The woman accused of defacing the Washington National Cathedral with green paint has been ordered to a halfway house until her next court appearance.
The furlough's effects on one Defense Department employee's life and paycheck.
While Max Brenner Chocolate Bar opens its doors along Woodmont Avenue in downtown Bethesda, popular restaurant and bar Ri Ra is preparing to close.
Washington could have a panda on the way. Emphasis on "could." Mei Xiang, the giant panda that gave birth and lost her 6-day-old cub last year, could be pregnant again, according to the Smithsonian National Zoo.
More patients are popping strong prescription pain killers rather than opting for more conservative treatments like stretching, exercise, using heating pads or Tylenol.
Three pimps are under arrest in Maryland as part of the FBI's Operation Cross Country. While no juveniles were recovered from D.C., Maryland or Virginia in the sting, one agency says juvenile prostitution is a problem in the Washington-area.
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