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TRAFFIC ALERT Eastern Avenue has a single lane getting by in each direction between Rhode Island Avenue and Bladensburg Road.
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National Guard patrols Baltimore neighborhoods

Areas of Baltimore remain closed after Monday night's rioting. Cleanup has started. And, the governor promising more help, has sent in the National Guard. Follow WTOP's live blog for the latest developments from Baltimore.

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    Wisconsin Avenue sidewalks will be crowded with stalls and restaurants will be serving up their best French fare for this weekend’s Georgetown French Market. This year’s market runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on…

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Entrepreneurs hatch hen-rental idea for fans of fresh eggs

Coop rentals are booming nationwide as residents in cities, suburbs and the countryside flock to the anti-factory, locally sourced food movement.

Choppers ferry injured in Nepal; new mudslide hits village

Helicopters crisscrossed the mountains above a remote district Tuesday near the epicenter of the weekend earthquake in Nepal that killed thousands.

The area's hottest Sunday brunch spot

D.C.’s hottest weekend destination for breakfast, brunch and lunch doesn’t require a reservation – or even a chair.

Column: It’s time for the DH in the National League

A rash of injuries incurred by pitchers while batting has once again brought to light the fact that the National League needs the designated hitter.

Spandau Ballet hits 9:30 Club for first DC show

It's "True." The band's tour was rescheduled from an earlier February launch to coincide with a new documentary.

Final phase of Silver Line delayed

Stricter requirements for stormwater management will mean Phase Two of the subway project out to Dulles International Airport will be delayed a year.

Feds choose to stay longer, creating new retirement bubble

In Part 1 of a special report, Federal New Radio explores why federal employees are opting to stay on the job longer even though they are eligible to retire.

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