Officials Worried About Impact of Cold on DC's Cherry TreesThe National Park Service is concerned about the impact of cold weather on Washington's famous cherry blossoms.
Cold Snap Threatens Cherry Blossom Bloom in DCAn unusually warm February followed by a looming burst of cold weather could threaten the famous bloom of cherry blossoms in the nation's capital.
DC Police Investigating Fatal ShootingDistrict of Columbia police are investigating a fatal shooting that left one man dead.
US Capitol Christmas Tree Cut In Idaho ForestAn 80-foot Englemann spruce has been cut down in western Idaho and is heading for Washington, D.C., to be decorated as the Capitol Christmas Tree.
Mysterious Black Slime Attacks Iconic Washington MemorialsGenerations after the monuments and memorials cemented their legacies in American history, something is tarnishing their image.
Police Arrest 5 People Suspected of Firing at Police in D.C.Police in Washington have arrested five people they say opened fire on police.
Court Upholds Net Neutrality Rules on Equal Internet AccessIn a big win for the Obama administration, a federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld the government's "net neutrality" rules that require internet providers to treat all web traffic equally.
Foodie's Guide To Washington, DCFood lover's guide to the best places for dining in the nation's capital.
Police: Man Arrested For Exposing Himself To Girl On TrainA Maryland man has been arrested on felony child abuse charges after police say he exposed himself to a teenager on a Washington train.
White House Looks To Find 'Lasting Value' In Pope's VisitPresident Barack Obama is determined to find ways to draw "lasting value" from the visit of Pope Francis to Washington next week on shared goals such as tackling climate change and economic inequality, White House aides said Thursday. But they also acknowledged that the pope speaks his mind and could well say things that don't jibe with Obama administration policies.
Large Rodent Escapes Briefly At National ZooA cat-sized rodent called an agouti chewed his way out of an enclosure at the National Zoo, but officials say he was quickly captured.
Taiwan Pledges $1M To Help Build Eisenhower Memorial In D.C.Taiwan is pledging $1 million to help build a memorial honoring President Dwight D. Eisenhower in Washington as the project organizers begin a fundraising campaign to complete the monument.

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