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Snow expected until evening

The heaviest of the snow is expected between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Transportation agencies are urging drivers to stay off the roads so they can get them cleared. Get the latest weather updates, traffic information and snow-related news in the WTOP live blog.

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US finds racist, profit-driven practices in Ferguson

Ferguson Mayor James Knowles III said steps are already being taken to correct problems: “We must do better not only as a city, but as a state and a country.”

US envoy to SKorea in stable condition after knife attack

U.S. Ambassador Mark Lippert will need to be treated at the hospital for three or four days and may experience sensory problems in his left hand for several months after he was attacked in Seoul.

7 tips for healthy (enough) eating on vacation

You're going to indulge a bit in vacation -- that's part of the point. But here's how to avoid weight gain while traveling and return home without feeling guilty.

Late snowy weather a boon for local ski resorts

The latest winter storm may be a drag on your commute, but it’s a dream come true for local ski resorts and snow sports enthusiasts.

Famous movie soundtracks make vinyl comeback

From “Pulp Fiction” to “Boogie Nights,” Universal Music Enterprises has announced the release of 26 vinyl movie soundtracks.

Flat shoes linked to women's foot problems

Some types of flats can lead to a host of potential health problems, including toe infection, doctors say.

Carter opens door to more DoD civilian workforce cuts

Large budgets over the past decade have let the Defense Department do a lot of hiring without much thought toward cutting outdated positions, says Defense Secretary Ashton Carter.

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