Preparing for severe storms in the Washington area
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Pepco watching the Midwest to gauge what to expect
The latest on the NSA surveillance program leaks
Congress will dig deeper about surveillance and contractors
Steve Counts, Assistant Fire Chief for operations at Virginia Department of Forestry
Christine Brennan, sports columnist for USA Today and consultant for ABC News
Time to prepare for big weather
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Likelihood for another derecho event is significant
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The threat of wide-spread damaging winds is very real
Hands-free texting still distracting for drivers
The latest developments around Nats Park
Despite knowing the potential risks, 60 percent of pedestrians admit they walk while texting, emailing, talking on the phone or listening to music, a new Liberty Mutual Insurance survey finds.
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Average lead time for big storms is only a few hours.
IT workers have full access to sensitive national security information; massive damage assessment underway after Edward Snowden’s release of info.
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Members of Congress open to discuss balance between national security and personal privacy
Sunken ships create a marine habitat full of fish, birds and other wildlife in Maryland.