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Walmart delays opening of stores in Washington

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.

Monday - 04/09/2012, 07:55am EDT

Tags: Walmart,

BlackBerry still strong in official Washington

While iPhones and Androids are dominating the cellphone market nationwide, the BlackBerry remains supreme in the nation's capital.

Wednesday - 04/04/2012, 06:23am EDT

Tags: BlackBerry, GSA

Littered gum means big business for D.C. man

Call him Detective Gumshoe.

Monday - 04/02/2012, 06:55am EDT


Fairfax teacher placed on leave for alleged racial comment

The attorney for a Fairfax County teacher accused of racially insensitive behavior says his client has been placed on paid administrative leave.

Wednesday - 03/21/2012, 06:35am EDT

Tags: Fairfax County Public Schools, George C. Marshall High School, Marilyn Bart,

Top Metro salaries total $3.1 million in 2011

Metro commuters know how much it costs to ride the transit system. Here's how much those running it make.

Wednesday - 03/14/2012, 06:35am EDT

Tags: Metro, Richard Sarles

Lesbian: Priest denied Communion at mother's funeral

A lesbian from the District says a priest would not allow her to take Communion at her mother's funeral last Saturday because of her sexual orientation.

Wednesday - 02/29/2012, 07:14am EST

Tags: Communion, Archdiocese of Washington,

D.C. Council looks to cut cellphone spending

Members of the D.C. Council and about 30 staff members have spent about $61,000 in cellphone bills over the past 16 months because of excessive roaming and data charges.

Monday - 02/27/2012, 06:36am EST

Tags: D.C. Council, Kwame Brown, Muriel Bowser, michael brown, Nyasha Smith,

Holocaust Museum trying to keep important artifact

Some of the most important exhibits at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum could be in jeopardy.

Friday - 02/17/2012, 07:36am EST

Tags: U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, Holocaust Museum,

Domestic violence agency in Washington to close

A domestic violence agency in Northwest D.C. is closing and staff members are working to quickly replace services for clients.

Friday - 02/03/2012, 07:13am EST

Tags: Washington Empowered Against Violence, WEAVE, domestic violence

'Extremely Loud' likely to divide audiences

Ann Hornaday, film critic for The Washington Post

Friday - 01/20/2012, 04:12pm EST

Tags: Ann Hornaday, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Red Tails


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