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Washington Nationals pitchers aren't typically known for rounding the bases, but a few of the team's relievers are rounding third and headed for home.
Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker is proposing legislation that would strengthen the county's ethics office.
More than half of District of Columbia residents say embattled Mayor Vincent Gray should resign.
An 8-year-old Springfield boy who set up a lemonade stand to help his neighbors rebuild their home after it was damaged by a recent storm has surpassed his goal.
Authorities say they have pulled the body of a man out of the Potomac River near Southwest Washington.
The Alexandria City Council has approved a far-reaching plan to redevelop the Beauregard area.
The District of Columbia councilman at the center of the debate with the mayor's office over funding health benefits for illegal immigrants says the two sides are closer to reaching an agreement.
Human error may be to blame for Tuesday's derailment of a Metro train at the Rosslyn station.
Walmart is extending its timeline to open six stores in the District of Columbia, and now plans to open the first one at the end of 2013.
While iPhones and Androids are dominating the cellphone market nationwide, the BlackBerry remains supreme in the nation's capital.
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