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Sharks are going to hunt down you and your family and won't rest until they explode. At least, that's what the 1975 movie "Jaws" would have you believe.
Unlike the nearby ocean coasts, the Chesapeake Bay is not a hotbed for shark sport fishing, largely due to the low numbers of sharks that can exist in the water. Bull sharks are among the only species that can withstand salinity levels that low.
In the wake of shark-killing fury spurred on by the 1975 movie "Jaws," the aquarium serves as a respository for information about a misunderstood beast that is critical to the entire marine ecosystem.
Whatever the outcome, it's clear drones will forever change the Old Dominion and other jurisdictions nationwide.
The celebration of its 1 millionth rider occurred precisely on the one-year anniversary of the start of the D.C. and Alexandria public system. Eight months later, its 2 millionth rider will most likely occur on or hours before Bike to Work Day.
People often ask Simon Jacobsen why more of D.C. couldn't look like Georgetown. The 18-year veteran of architecture design has a simple answer: "Well, it did."
Yemen has been high on the Central Intelligence Agency's radar before they they disrupted the most recent suicide plot there, set to sneak explosives through security and onboard an airplane by concealing a non-metalic device in a suicide bomber's underwear. This technology far more advanced than the intelligence community previously thought of al-Qaida's abilities.
Moments after right winger Joel Ward shoveled the puck past Bruins goalie Tim Thomas in the second minute of overtime, sealing the fate of the 2011 Stanley Cup champions, hateful speech began popping up on Twitter. Some users have deleted their comments -- though they still appear in search engines -- while others stand by their 144 characters.
Proposed legislation would put part of the responsibility of paying teacher's pensions on the counties in which they work, which would add a $40 million per year burden to the county budget, Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett told WTOP on Thursday's "Ask the Executive" program.
Discovery's internment at Smithsonian's Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Va. is bittersweet for space fans and advocates nationwide who see it as one of America's greatest innovations, which won't be succeeded in the immediate future by an active replacement.