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Report: Oldest Metro railcars contain asbestos

Metro is working to retire its oldest cars from the 1000-series, but now there’s a new concern: asbestos. The asbestos is sealed outside the passenger cabin and not accessible to riders, a Metro spokeswoman says.

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Joyce Mitchell pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of aiding them by smuggling hacksaw blades and other tools to the pair.

Scientists worry about arms race in artificial intelligence

Scientists and tech experts warn that if any major military power pushes ahead with development of autonomous weapons, “a global arms race is virtually inevitable."

‘Dance your face off’ before work. A.M. rave comes to D.C.

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From Degas to Art Nouveau, 6 exhibits to see

Here’s a look at six very different art exhibits worth seeing around the region – from impressionism to sculpture to quilts.

Redskins head to Training Camp

Football season is just around the corner as Washington begins training camp in Richmond after a good offseason, but facing a number of questions.

Strong El Nino means good and bad news for D.C-area weather

Forecasters say it could be the strongest in decades, possibly ever. It could last well into the winter, perhaps even into the spring.

TSP board to pursue withdrawal options, mutual fund window

Thrift Savings Plan participants may soon be able to invest through a mutual fund window.

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