D.C. parking tickets, meters could cost more

Parking tickets will cost more and some meters will have extended hours of enforcement under a budget the D.C. Council is expected to approve Wednesday. Find out where the meter changes could take effect.

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Search is on for missing in flooded Texas

Floodwaters kept rising Tuesday across much of Texas, stranding hundreds of motorists and inundating the famously congested highways that serve the nation’s fourth-largest city.

4 Taliban militants die in attack in Afghan capital

An all-night siege in an upscale neighborhood of Afghanistan’s capital ended with the deaths of four heavily armed Taliban attackers.

6 ways to reduce food waste at home

In the U.S., 31 percent of food goes to waste every year. But there are small changes you can make in your kitchen to reverse this trend.

Redskins open first official practice

Washington held the first day of organized team activities Tuesday with some notable names missing from Redskins Park.

Shatner treks to DC for wrath of Awesome Con

William Shatner headlines Awesome Con this weekend at the Washington Convention Center.

Destroying kids' bone tumors without scalpels

“I felt like a monster was eating my leg,” says Niyati Shah, 10, of Nokesville, Virginia, remembering the awful months when a benign leg tumor kept her out of sports and up at night.

Pay boost coming to feds in 13 cities

Federal employees in 13 cities will see their pay adjusted upward based on labor market conditions in January.

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