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Former FBI agent accused of issuing ‘violent threats’ at CIA

A former agent is accused of driving past one officer, reaching for an officer's gun and threatening to blow up the northern Virginia campus. Investigators say she 'wanted to die of police brutality.'

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IS claims responsibility for Texas cartoon attack

An audio statement on the extremist group’s Al Bayan radio station said that "two soldiers of the caliphate" carried out Sunday’s attack and promised to deliver more in the future.

Save the Children: Dozens feared dead in migrant tragedy

Dozens in a crowded rubber boat fell into the sea and likely drowned as a rescue vessel neared, survivors reported as they arrived in Italy Tuesday to join thousands of migrants recently rescued in the Mediterranean.

What to expect at D.C.'s new taco concept

Put away the ground beef and the guac -- two local women are changing the the way D.C. devours tacos. Plus, plans for their new D.C. restaurant.

Can the Wizards stay healthy vs. Atlanta?

The Wizards showed they can beat the top-seeded Hawks on Sunday -- provided they can keep John Wall and Bradley Beal on the floor.

Oscar-winning producer shares his golden curiosity

Producer Brian Grazer ( “A Beautiful Mind”) shares his curious celebrity conversations.

Delaware brothers still critical 6 weeks after poisoning

Two teen brothers remain in the hospital weeks after they were poisoned by pesticides used at their spring break resort. The boys' parents were also sickened in the incident.

Thank a government employee this week

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