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Woman arrested in Arlington hit-and-run that hurt 2

Police have arrested the suspect involved in a Tuesday afternoon hit-and-run in Arlington that left two men injured -- one of them with life-threatening injuries.

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Cuomo, de Blasio, defend strict NYC storm regulations

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio both saying they believed in landing on the side of caution and suggesting they would take such measures again.

Jordan ready to swap inmate for pilot held by Islamic State

The mother of a hostage held by Islamic State group extremists appealed publicly Wednesday to Japan’s leader to save her son after his captors purportedly issued what they said was a final death threat.

Good Food market bringing back neighborhood grocery

The store is small, but offers produce, some meat and other products so folks in this neighborhood don't have to take the bus to go grocery shopping.

A letter to MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred

In a letter to fans last weekend, new MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred introduced a disconcerting idea. Before he rushes to change the game, here are some thoughts on what his proposals really mean.

Twitter rolls out video and group messaging

Twitter is introducing two new features, to expand the number of ways users can communicate.

Drummer shares punk rock memories of The Ramones

WTOP's Jason Fraley and Neal Augenstein chat with Marky Ramone of The Ramones.

Obama to request big Pentagon budget hike

President Barack Obama will request $534 billion for the core budget of the Defense Department, which is a $38 billion increase.

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