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Jury Begins Deliberations in Ex-Governor Trial

McDonnell Trial, Day 26: A federal jury has begun deliberations in the public corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen. Read »

3 hours ago
Severe T-Storm Warning for Parts of D.C. Area

Severe T-Storm Warning for Parts of D.C. Area

Severe thunderstorm warnings are in effect for parts of the D.C. area Tuesday afternoon. Read »

2 minutes ago
Brother Helps Save 2-Year-OId Sister from Abductor

Brother Helps Save 2-Year-OId Sister from Abductor

A 14-year-old boy helped save his 2-year-old sister when a man attempted to abduct her last weekend. Read »

45 minutes ago
Popeyes Employee Arrested in Murder of Coworker

Popeyes Employee Arrested in Murder of Coworker

A Popeyes employee has been arrested in the death of a coworker whose body was found at a Popeyes restaurant in... Watch »

4 hours ago
Report: D.C. Couldn't Have Stopped Relisha Rudd's Disappearance

Report: D.C. Couldn't Have Stopped Relisha Rudd's Disappearance

A review of District of Columbia government interactions with the family of a missing 8-year-old girl has... Read »

48 minutes ago
ISIS Beheads US Journalist Steven Sotloff, Group Says

ISIS Beheads US Journalist Steven Sotloff, Group Says

The Islamic militant group ISIS beheaded Steven Joel Sotloff, an American freelance journalist who was abducted a... Read »

2 hours ago
RGIII Opens Up in Bleacher Report Exclusive

RGIII Opens Up in Bleacher Report Exclusive

Griffin spoke at length with Bleacher Report about a variety of topics. Read »

47 minutes ago
Chris Brown Pleads Guilty to Assault in Washington

Chris Brown Pleads Guilty to Assault in Washington

Singer Chris Brown will serve no jail time after entering a guilty plea to resolve an assault case. Watch »

3 hours ago
Washington Post Publisher Steps Down

Washington Post Publisher Steps Down

Katharine Weymouth is stepping down as publisher of The Washington Post and will be replaced by Frederick Ryan, who... Read »

5 hours ago
Another American Doctor Infected With Ebola

Another American Doctor Infected With Ebola

Another American missionary doctor has tested positive for Ebola, the aid group SIM USA said. Read »

5 hours ago
Apple: Some Celebrity Accounts Hacked

Apple: Some Celebrity Accounts Hacked

Apple says that some celebrity accounts were deliberately targeted and hacked, leading to the posting of nude photos... Read »

3 minutes ago
7 Injured in Collapse of Apartment Deck in Towson

7 Injured in Collapse of Apartment Deck in Towson

The deck had been attached to a second-story apartment unit. It fell to the ground with people standing above and... Read »

3 hours ago
Md. Doctor Facing Sex Charge Surrenders License

Md. Doctor Facing Sex Charge Surrenders License

A suspended physician has agreed to permanently surrender his Maryland medical license to resolve charges he... Read »

3 hours ago
Man Found Murdered in Fairfax Co. Parking Lot

Man Found Murdered in Fairfax Co. Parking Lot

Police in Fairfax County, Virginia are investigating a suspicious death. Read »

2 hours ago
Mom Whose Son Died in Hot Car: We Need Tech Fix

Mom Whose Son Died in Hot Car: We Need Tech Fix

The mother of a child who died after his father left him in a hot car said that her family is “proof that it can... Read »

5 hours ago
Celebrity Photo Hacking: Should You Be Worried?

Celebrity Photo Hacking: Should You Be Worried?

Reports that a hacker leaked intimate photos of celebrities caused many to question if the vast majority of Internet... Read »

Sep 2, 2014
1st Day of Classes Brings Changes for Va. Schools

1st Day of Classes Brings Changes for Va. Schools

About 400,000 Virginia students are heading back to school in the Washington area and will find some changes this... Watch »

4 hours ago
Eric Cantor Starts New Job on Wall Street

Eric Cantor Starts New Job on Wall Street

Former Congressman Eric Cantor is starting a new job -- this time on Wall Street. Read »

Sep 2, 2014
Metro Entrance in D.C. Reopens After Water Main Break

Metro Entrance in D.C. Reopens After Water Main Break

An entrance to the Farragut North Metro station in downtown D.C. has reopened following a water main break. Read »

Sep 2, 2014
Day After Labor Day Is One of Worst Commuting Days of the Year

Day After Labor Day Is One of Worst Commuting Days of the Year

Back from the holiday, back to work and back to school will make Tuesday's commute one of the worst of the year.... Watch »

Sep 1, 2014
Community Shred Set for Sept. 6
NBC4 and Allstate will host a community shred event Sept. 6. Read more
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