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D.C. has enough trouble luring high-end film and television productions without the Metropolitan Police Department throwing up barricades, but that’s what happened one recent Saturday with “House of Cards.”
What do you do when you want to capitalize on the outdoor summer movie trend but you don't have a lawn? You go old school, drive-in style.
Where's the worst place in America to be a business traveler?
Tucker Echols, who's battling cancer, completed a body-taxing Eagleman Triathlon -- 70 miles swimming, biking, and running.
Only 45 percent of this spring's college graduates have a job offer waiting for them, but prospects are much better in some cities than others, and Washington is among the best places for graduates to start their new life, both professionally and socially, according to a list of top cities for graduates.
Washington Redskins star quarterback Robert Griffin III paid $2.5 million for a five-bedroom home in Loudoun's Creighton Farms golf course community.
The D.C. Tax Revision Commission will hold a public hearing next month to receive public testimony on how to make the District’s tax code more fair and more competitive.
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One of the California city's oldest restaurants plans to open a location in the District.
Washington Business Journal compiled a list of the best companies to work for and many of them are in the D.C. area.