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Should we change our lifestyles to help reduce global warming?
Is America's government too big?
Scouts from BSA Troop 8 in Chatham traveled to Washington, D.C. from Nov. 17-19 to tour the Capital, the Library of Congress, the Jefferson Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the World War II Memorial, the Arlington National Cemetery, the American History Museum, the Air and Space Museum, and the International Spy Museum.
Roanoke historian Scott Crawford likes to find the hidden messages in old paintings.
The trip to Washington DC just got a little bit easier. Saturday, the Maryland Transit Administration launched the start of weekend MARC train service between Washington and Baltimore.
JBG Rosenfeld Retail is buying 20 acres next to the Wegman's in King of Prussia, Pa., and will construct a 200,000-square-foot life-style center.
A winter storm watch has been issued for the region, meaning the area could see its first major winter weather event of the season.
Gov. Nikki Haley, state leaders, and ethics reform advocates held a news conference to talk about ethics reform, an issue that figures to be major in the 2014 campaign for governor.
This Saturday Lee will be auditioning among fellow Coloradans for a spot on the NBC reality show, "America's Got Talent" at the Colorado Convention Center.
Donation from Vietnamese-Americans. Ambassador John Maisto, President of the US-Philippines Society, receives a check for $200,000 from Dieu Quyen Nguyen, Executive Director of the Ben Em Dang Co Ta Foundation.
A storm Sunday into Monday will hit areas of the coastal Northeast largely missed by Friday's snow and ice.
Starting Saturday, service will be available on the Penn Line. The fares are the same as weekday service -- $7 from Baltimore to Washington, $6 from Baltimore/Washington International airport to Washington and $5 from Odenton to Washington.
Fresh from its tours to New York City in October and Paris in November, Houston Ballet presents its tenth annual Jubilee of Dance, a special one-night only performance on Friday, December 6, 2013 at 7:30 pm.
Cuesta College's North County Chorus starts its recent rehearsals with a simple ritual.
Understanding the past can help us better appreciate the present and look toward the future.
A Mecklenburg County judge Thursday dismissed the claims of a former Charlotte official of the United House of Prayer who accused the top leaders of the congregation of wrecking his marriage.
After basking in balmy air much of this week, a return to colder weather will be accompanied by multiple rounds of wintry mix into early next week around Washington, D.C. Rain Friday could become mixed with sleet and wet snow before ending by Saturday morning.
An online poll sponsored by USA Today has chosen 10 U.S. cities as being the best for shopping and Santa Fe landed at the top.