Burglar Collected Rent After Breaking Into Home, Police SayA burglar in Washington state has been charged with not only breaking into a vacationing family's home, but also renting it out to unsuspecting tenants.
Hero Dog Who Saved Teen Goes Home After Successful SurgeryRex, a 2-year-old German Shepherd, was beaten and shot at least three times while fighting two suspects inside his Des Moines home on Feb. 21.
Amtrak Train Derailed On New, Faster Route That Drew ConcernA community along the new rail line where an Amtrak train derailed in a deadly crash had tried to stop the project on grounds higher-speed passenger trains would endanger pedestrians and motorists.
2 Men Arrested In Spokane For Alleged Hate CrimeTwo men have been arrested in Spokane, Washington, for an alleged hate crime after a black man was beaten and his home was the target of numerous gunshots.
Vatican Recalls Priest From D.C. Embassy, Launches Child Porn InvestigationA local diplomat has been pulled from the United States after prosecutors say he's the center of a child pornography investigation Friday morning.
Justice Department Gives Up Washington Redskins Name FightThe Justice Department is giving up the legal fight over the name of the Washington Redskins.
DC Makes Gender-Neutral Driver's Licenses AvailableWashington's mayor says the District of Columbia has become the first jurisdiction in the country to offer a gender-neutral identifier on driver's licenses.
Kidnapping Suspect Arrested in D.C., Found With 11-Year-Old GirlA kidnapping suspect from North Carolina was arrested in D.C. Sunday night, following a crash and chase near D.C. war memorials.
Attorney: Man Charged In DC Actress' Death Is InnocentAttorneys for a man charged in the death of a Washington, D.C., actress and yoga teacher say the man suffers from mental illness and is innocent.
Metro Proposes Fare Hikes, Service Cuts, LayoffsMetro has proposed reducing service, increasing fares and laying off 1,000 workers in an effort to balance its budget.
Storm Brings Down Trees, Powerlines In NorthwestTrees and power lines snapped Saturday as a powerful storm bearing the remnants of a Pacific typhoon hit the Northwest.
MTA Investigating Possible Maglev Train For Baltimore-DCGetting from Baltimore to Washington, D.C. in 15 minutes could be a reality, but there are still obstacles to overcome.

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