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  • Busy stretch of 14th Street without water

    WASHINGTON — A busy stretch of 14th Street will be without water Thursday afternoon. DC Water has shut off water on the west side of 14th street — between R and S streets — because…

  • Speedy robbers target D.C. pharmacies

    WASHINGTON – Police are asking for help identifying a group of masked criminals who are storming into area pharmacies and operating with ruthless efficiency. So far in January, three pharmacies have been robbed: Flexcare and…

  • Study: Best cities for football fans are …

    WASHINGTON — It can be tough being a Washington Redskins fan between name controversies, quarterback crises and disappointing losses. And now a study’s ranking of D.C. as a football-fan city doesn’t help either. A WalletHub study…

  • Broadway-bound ‘Gigi’ opens 1st at Kennedy Center in DC

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Broadway-bound musical revival “Gigi” is opening at the Kennedy Center, starring Vanessa Hudgens, who will make her Broadway debut. The new production has its opening Thursday and runs through Feb. 12…

  • ‘Nice Work If You Can Get It’ comes to Warner Theatre

    WASHINGTON — It played 478 performances during its 2012-2013 Broadway run. Now, a revived version of “Nice Work If You Can Get It” is stopping at the Warner Theatre, in D.C., as part of a…

  • DC’s new attorney general to report for jury duty

    WASHINGTON (AP) — He’s the top lawyer in District of Columbia government, but Karl Racine is about to experience the legal system in a different way. The District’s attorney general will report to D.C. Superior…

  • Guide: Get breakfast delivered to your door

    It’s the most important meal of the day — and the hardest one to have delivered to your door. But these local companies are making it easier for you to get your coffee, doughnut, egg sandwich and pastry fix without changing out of your pajamas. Your guide to breakfast, delivered.

  • D.C. releases pay records for municipal employees

    WASHINGTON — The boss’ paycheck isn’t always the biggest. D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser doesn’t exactly have to overturn couch cushions for loose change, but at $200,000, her salary isn’t close to the highest on District…

  • Take a tour of a former NFL commissioner’s D.C. home

  • Court documents reveal new details of Anthony arrest

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Court documents have revealed new details about the prostitution arrest of basketball analyst and former NBA player Greg Anthony in Washington. Court documents describe the conversation Anthony had with an undercover officer…

  • DC police have approved 8 concealed gun carry permits

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Police in Washington say they have granted eight people permits to carry concealed firearms in public, the first to be approved since the city began accepting applications in October. The Washington Post…

  • EquityEats looks to open pop-up space at 918 F St.

    EquityEats, the recently launched restaurant investment platform, plans to open a pop-up restaurant space to give potential investors the chance to try the food — and meet the chefs — behind the restaurants they’re backing.…

  • Rise of anti-Semitism alarms Holocaust survivors

  • Smithsonian working to finalize deal for new site in London

    WASHINGTON (AP) — As London works to redevelop its Olympic park from 2012 with a new cultural center, it could eventually include an import from the United States. The Smithsonian Institution is working to establish…

  • Operator of errant drone works for intel agency

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The man who has acknowledged flying a drone onto the White House grounds works for a U.S. intelligence agency. The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency said Tuesday the man, still unidentified, is one of…