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Learning from the mistakes of inaugurations past, Inauguration Day committees are using the power of GPS and mobile apps to help guests and well- wishers get where they're going on time.
Dozens of neighborhoods and communities throughout the Washington region are being targeted by planners to serve as hubs of work, housing, transit and entertainment centers.
Stink bugs are likely to come roaring back in 2013, according to University of Maryland entomology professor Mike Raupp.
George Washington University urges those who will attend the Jan. 21 inauguration ceremony to plan ahead to prevent cold weather-related health problems.
Many Americans are finding that visiting the library is as easy as logging in to the computer or clicking an app on a smart phone.
Military and security planners for President Obama's second inaugural ceremony are apparently determined that there will be no repeat of what happened at the president's first inaugural when thousands of people were trapped in the Third Street tunnel.
Paula Broadwell, biographer and paramour of General David Petraeus, is receiving public words of support from a colleague and friend to both her and General Petraeus.
While shoppers are busy online, cyber security specialists say cyber criminals will be busy, too, looking for a piece of the action.
Bargain hunters are preparing for Cyber Monday, but some may be unintentionally breaking the law when they make online purchases.
While many are turning their attention toward a turkey dinner, others are reminded of those in need.