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You know that Spring is finally arriving when Washington D.C.'s more than 3000 cherry trees start to blossom.
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3 hrs ago | USA Today
An unusual ate winter storm slammed the mid-Atlantic, dumping five inches of snow on Washington, D.C., forcing the federal government to shut down and area airports to cut their service.
5 hrs ago | WUSA-TV Washington
AUGUST 11: A City of Miami police car with lights ablaze responds to a call as they patrol the street on August 11, 2010 in Miami, Florida.
9 hrs ago | WJLA-TV Arlington
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"Your father" in this 1920s photo is Francis B. Kelly, paternal grandfather of columnist John Kelly.
FEBRUARY 14: District snow crews deploy to Connecticut Avenue in northwest and begin hauling operations in an effort to clear inbound lanes.
Defense attorneys say an Army general has agreed to a plea deal that includes the dropping of sexual assault charges against him.
The 2014 DC Mayoral election race has been in turmoil since the beginning because of the overhang of allegations that Mayor Vincent Gray conspired with Jeffrey Thompson, a DC power broker and government contractor, to run an off-the-books get out the vote campaign for the 2010 election.
This Friday, Dec. 28, 2012, file photo shows the Capitol dome on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Maddox Middle School eighth-grade students and teachers Greg Tinker and Karen Hamman pose for a picture Friday afternoon at the school.
Jeffrey E. Thompson is thronged by journalists as he leaves the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia on March 10 in Washington.
Authorities say an armed carjacking in Montgomery County ended in a police chase and shootout in Washington that sent three people to the hospital.
Amari Whitfield, 5, left, and his sister, Amera Bakker, 8, play with donated Leapfrog toys while their mother, Tara Whitfield, looks over their shoulders in their new apartment on March 7 in Washington.
Here's what Pew did. They used a sample of 26 news sites to conduct their research on peoples' digital browsing habits.
FAMU Professor David Jackson, Ph.D. and Professor Christopher Daniels, Ph.D. were two of six local authors selected to represent Tallahassee during C-SPAN's 2014 Cities Tour.
Christian Platt, one of the two artists in Susan Calloway Fine Arts's "Ink," works on a grand scale, although he doesn't disguise the smaller elements in his style.