BREAKING NEWS 4,000 Dominion Power customers without power in Fairfax County.

O'Malley officially launches 2016 presidential campaign

The former Maryland governor and Baltimore mayor has officially thrown his hat in the ring during a mid-morning rally, setting up a political battle for the Democratic nomination with Hillary Clinton, who is considered the front runner in the race.

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  • 2700 customers without power in Fairfax County

    WASHINGTON — Update,  May 30, 2015, 9:46 a.m. — According to Dominion Power, the number of customers without power in Fairfax County is now 2,700. _____ According to Dominion Power, roughly 4,000 customers in Fairfax County…

  • Asian cultures take center stage at Frederick Community College

    To teach the Frederick County community the rich and diverse traditions of the Asian population, which is on the rise, the Asian American Center of Frederick sponsored the Asian Heritage Month Celebration on Saturday.  Dotting…

  • DC Billion Steps Challenge arrives in Ward 7

    WASHINGTON — One billion is a big number. It seems even bigger if you’re talking about taking a billion steps. But that’s the challenge D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is putting to city residents. It’s a challenge…

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    US officials, civil libertarians disagree on possible consequences if surveillance laws lapse WASHINGTON (AP) — Barring a last-minute deal in Congress, three post-Sept. 11 surveillance laws used against suspected spies and terrorists are set to…


Pentagon: Anthrax shipments broader than first thought

The Pentagon says that the Army may have mistakenly sent live anthrax to a lab in Australia in 2008, in addition to the suspected live anthrax it sent around the U.S.

Alleged Nazi war criminal wanted by Russia dies

The second most wanted man on the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s list of Nazi war criminals has died at age 93, his lawyer said.

New food hub hopes to grow NOVA’s food scene

Food incubators and shared kitchens have played an important role in growing D.C.'s exciting food scene. Now, it's Northern Virginia's turn.

D.C.’s last tailgate

Looking for a place to tailgate before a sporting event in the District? D.C.’s last true tailgate exists at RFK Stadium before D.C. United games.

‘Aloha’ lost in vanilla sky of confusion

After emerging from the Sony leaks, Cameron Crowe's 'Aloha' is new – but not improved.

Sick dog’s bucket list trip includes stops in D.C. (Photos)

Poh the dog is dying. His owner wanted to make the most of their remaining time together -- so they went on a cross country trip, stopping in Washington D.C. along the way.

Why Obama should reorganize federal agencies

President Obama hasn't given up on consolidating six business-related agencies into one, and for good reason, says Jeff Neal.

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