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  • Investigations

    Monday, Mar 20, 2017

    Controversial Art: Did Removal From Capitol Violate Rights?

    Controversial Art: Did Removal From Capitol Violate Rights?

    A federal court could rule soon whether the removal of a student's painting from the U.S. Capitol violated the artist's First Amendment rights.

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  • Investigations

    Wednesday, Mar 15, 2017

    FOIA Fuels Some of Our Biggest Investigations

    FOIA Fuels Some of Our Biggest Investigations

    Every week the News4 I-Team digs through government records to uncover stories that might otherwise go untold. Scott MacFarlane has a look at how the Freedom of Information Act has led to some of our biggest reports. You can find instruction on making FOIA requests here.

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  • Investigations

    Monday, Mar 13, 2017

    Thousands Train at W.Va. Facility to Protect Border

    Thousands Train at W.Va. Facility to Protect Border

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection let the News4 I-Team inside its Advanced Training Center in Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, to see how thousands of agents train to protect the border.

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  • Investigations

    Thursday, Mar 9, 2017

    US House Committee Backs Ban on Porn Viewing at Work by Feds

    US House Committee Backs Ban on Porn Viewing at Work by Feds

    The U.S. House Oversight Committee has unanimously approved a bill to combat on-the-job pornography viewing by federal government employees.

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  • Investigations

    Wednesday, Mar 8, 2017

    Historic Presidential Pardons Possibly Sold on Black Market

    Historic Presidential Pardons Possibly Sold on Black Market

    More than 50 official 19th century U.S. presidential pardons are missing and potentially being sold on a black market, the News4 I-Team learned.

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  • Investigations

    Tuesday, Mar 7, 2017

    Bill to Make US Capitol Accessible for Moms Passes House

    Bill to Make US Capitol Accessible for Moms Passes House

    The U.S. House of Representatives approved a proposed law to make the D.C. area's many federal government buildings friendlier to mothers.

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  • Investigations

    Tuesday, Feb 28, 2017

    Va. Gov. McAuliffe Signs Teacher Misconduct Reporting Law

    Va. Gov. McAuliffe Signs Teacher Misconduct Reporting Law

    Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed the new teacher misconduct reporting law prompted by a News4 I-Team investigation showing Fairfax County Public Schools waited years before revoking the teaching licenses of four educators...

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  • Investigations

    Friday, Feb 24, 2017

    Dozens of Federal Workers Watch Abundance of Porn on the Job

    Dozens of Federal Workers Watch Abundance of Porn on the Job

    Almost 100 federal government employees have admitted or been caught viewing copious amounts of pornography while on the job in the past five years.

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  • Investigations

    Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017

    Officers Working With Thousands of Students Lack Guidelines

    Officers Working With Thousands of Students Lack Guidelines

    As many as 130,000 D.C.-area students are in schools that don't have clear guidelines for how officers should interact with kids and teens on school grounds, according to a News4 I-Team and NBC News analysis.

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