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It was only the latest development in controversy over a name that some say is insensitive and offensive to Native Americans.
Americans hoping for an end to the gridlock that's caused a partial government shutdown have an option aside from protesting and rallying in front of the Capitol, according to U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black: pray.
Maryland's attorney general ordered troopers to drive him around with lights and sirens on, and to speed and run red lights on the way to appointments, according to written reports by state police officials.
A police investigation found no evidence that fires on three D.C. ambulances this summer were deliberately set.
The Oneida Nation, a roughly 1,000-member tribe in New York, has pledged $10 million over 10 years to the Smithsonian's Museum of the American Indian, according to The Washington Post.
Three former managers at a D.C. charter school are accused in a lawsuit filed by the D.C. attorney general of diverting millions of dollars sent to the school for their own gain, and a local television news personality is accused of aiding their efforts.
Starting Oct. 1, drivers who go through a toll booth at a bridge or on the Intercounty Connector without paying up could face problems with their vehicle registration.
D.C. police are looking for at least three male suspects in a string of robberies where some victims were attacked with stun guns.
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