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U.S. hero who stopped attack stabbed

Police in California’s capital city say the stabbing of a U.S. airman hailed as a hero for helping stop a gunman on a French train came after a fight near a bar. It doesn’t appear to be a random act, authorities say.

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GM recalls SUVs, tells owners not to use windshield wipers

The company is recalling nearly 32,000 SUVs because an electrical short could cause the wiper motor to catch fire.

Greek town glimpses mass transit future: driverless buses

In a rural Greek town, tests are underway to see how a driverless bus performs in real traffic conditions. (Photos)

Road closures for Army Ten-Miler announced

Be forwarned. Several major roads will be closed Sunday for the 31st annual race that draws thousands to Arlington.

Internet-connected gadgets could pose security risks

Hackers might be able to exploit something as innocent as a gaming system or programmable thermostat.

Should we be drinking whole milk?

For years, dietitians have said you shouldn’t drink whole milk, but now some health leaders are saying otherwise. Here's what experts are telling WTOP.

Luxury real estate developer creates floating private islands

Imagine living on your own island. A developer is working to create floating islands with villas. Each would have a home, garden, pool, beach and much more.

Troubling signs lurk beneath optimistic fed survey results

Federal employees are more optimistic about their jobs, bosses and pay than they were in 2014. But a closer look at the data reveals troubling signs.

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