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Bernie Madoff's fraudulent investment operation not only ruined thousands of investors' financial futures, it remains fascinating to the public. And now his misdeeds are featured in a permanent exhibit at the National Museum of Crime & Punishment.
They'd no doubt taken more difficult steps since being wounded, but 36 injured veterans are taking their first strides toward regaining some mobility - learning how to operate Segways.
One year after the passing of Chuck Brown, the godfather of go-go's legend and music lives on.
A bit of Hollywood is back in the nation's capital this week. A Captain America movie is being shot near the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum.
A man charged with the near-fatal baseball bat beating of another man on Capitol Hill last year has been found guilty by a D.C. Superior Court jury.
Montgomery County police are asking parents whose children attend a Montgomery Village day care to talk with their children about inappropriate touching, and they want to know whether any other children may have been victims.
Last year, the number of motorcylce riders killed in vehicle crashes increased nationally. But motorcycle riders in the Washington region fared a safer year.
Security will be stepped up at Sunday's Washington Parkway Classic after the attacks in Boston.
Despite heading-off many potential terrorist events in the years since Sept. 11, 2001, the bombing at the Boston Marathon points out local, state, and federal law enforcers can't prevent every attack.
The National Park Service is considering closing restroom and visitor facilities earlier and eliminating late-night ranger hours at monuments and memorials on the National Mall, WTOP has learned.
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