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Metro chief: We're making progress

Could the recent high-profile Metro headaches be covering up gradual, un-celebrated improvements? Metro says yes.

Sunday - 11/24/2013, 07:47pm EST

Tags: Metro, red line, Richard Sarles,

Drop in federal transit subsidy could worsen congestion

Transportation planners warn of a "devastating effect" following the implementation of new transportation allowances that hit Jan. 1 for federal employees.

Thursday - 11/21/2013, 05:24pm EST

Tags: transit allowance, federal employees, Metro, congestion,

Public art splashes vacant federal building with color, new life

A public art project is breathing new life into a vacant federal building slated for demolition near the Washington Navy Yards.

Wednesday - 11/20/2013, 05:01pm EST

Tags: The Yards, Nationals Park, Washington Navy Yard, public art, Kelly Towles, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Survey: Majority of workers plan to job hunt in 2014

According to a new survey, 83 percent of polled workers plan to actively look for a new job in the new year.

Wednesday - 11/20/2013, 05:07am EST

Tags: careers, job search, employees,

Remembering Lincoln's historic address (Video)

As part of a new Ken Burns documentary, students are invited to learn about the now famous Gettysburg address.

Tuesday - 11/19/2013, 04:52am EST

Tags: Abraham Lincoln, Gettysburg Address, Civil War 150th Anniversary,

Local Filipino community rallies to help typhoon victims

The destruction Typhoon Haiyan hits close to home for a local community still wrestling with a way to respond to the devastation that's 8,500 miles away from Washington.

Thursday - 11/14/2013, 08:24am EST

Tags: typhoon haiyan, oxon hill, Md., disaster relief, St. Columba Catholic School,

Group fasts near Capitol for immigration reform

Prayer and fasting might be the push needed to get Congress to agree on something.

Wednesday - 11/13/2013, 04:43am EST

Tags: sojourners, immigration reform

Man who mowed mall during shutdown gets chainsaw

Chris Cox, the South Carolina man, who cut the grass along the National Mall during the shutdown, is being thanked for his hard work with a chainsaw.

Tuesday - 11/12/2013, 07:28am EST

Tags: shutdown, National Mall,

Maryland Health Connection off to a rocky start

The federal website healthcare.gov has been criticized for its problems. But a number of states have also set up their exchanges and the reviews are coming in now.

Saturday - 11/02/2013, 09:14am EDT

Tags: Maryland Health Connection, Rebecca Pearce, healthcare.gov,

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