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  • 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…

  • Good Food Market looks to bring back the neighborhood grocery

    The response to Saturday’s grand opening of the Good Food Market in Northeast D.C. was all the validation General Manager Philip Sambol needed after months of work to get the small Woodridge grocery store open.…

  • Family of woman who died in Metro accident plans lawsuit

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A lawyer representing the family of a woman killed earlier this month in an accident on Metro says he’ll file a lawsuit over the incident later this week. Patrick Regan said Tuesday…

  • Bill would pack more punch into D.C. distracted driving tickets

    WASHINGTON – Distracted driving could cost more than just a  ticket if a new bill proposed in the D.C. City Council becomes law. The bill, introduced by Council Chairman Phil Mendelson, would cost repeat offenders their…

  • Drone at White House raises privacy and security concerns

    WASHINGTON — Lawmakers and neighbors are discussing security breaches after a hobbyist claimed his drone landed on the White House grounds early Monday morning undetected. It’s raising questions about regulations, privacy and security. Drones are becoming hobbyists’ favorite new toy, and a…

  • No bones about it: Broth beverage trend is getting hotter

    WASHINGTON — Forget kale, wheatgrass and cayenne pepper — the main ingredient going into today’s health drink of choice is bone. For centuries, bone broth has been a staple in many home kitchens: Mothers nourish…

  • Colonials try to smooth out edges as they enter gauntlet of schedule

    WASHINGTON — Life’s been pretty good so far for George Washington University. Fresh off their first NCAA appearance since the 2006-07 season, the Colonials (16-4, 6-1 A-10) are off to their best conference start since…

  • Amtrak suspends service in New England region

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Amtrak has announced that it will suspend rail service in the New England region and modify service between New York and Washington on Tuesday due to snowy conditions. Amtrak announced Monday evening…

  • Guide to government claims for pothole damage

    WASHINGTON – In the days and weeks ahead, potholes will bloom on area roads as predictably as flowers in spring.  Driving into a pothole can cause a blown tire, a bent wheel rim or worse…

  • Missing Southeast man found

    UPDATE – Monday – 1/26/2015, 4:49 a.m.  – Police say the Silver Alert has been resolved. EARLIER – Saturday – 1/25/2015, 3:15 p.m. WASHINGTON — The D.C. police department is looking for Charles Glenn, 73,…

  • Md. man found shot to death in DC near Howard U.

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Police say a Maryland man has been shot to death in northwest Washington. District of Columbia police say 45-year-old Jerald Williams of Ellicott City, Maryland, was found suffering from a gunshot wound…

  • Rock Creek Park celebrating 125th anniversary year

    WASHINGTON — It’s the oldest urban national park in the country. Rock Creek Park is also a local treasure.   This weekend marks the kickoff of events celebrating the 125th anniversary of the founding of…