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Federal agents will keep possession of a mysterious bundle of $17,900 in cash found in a backpack by a passenger aboard an Amtrak train at Washington, D.C.’s Union Station, after a months-long court battle over the cash. Read More
The man-made Poplar Island in the middle of the Chesapeake is bursting with new and unexpected life. Read More
Why so many are willing to pay so much to bring Poplar Island back from the brink of extinction. Read More
A fiercely independent group of people is uniting for the first time to save its way of life. By inviting outsiders in, islanders say they’re ready to change to stay the same. Read More
A quarter-century after the “Back to Sleep” campaign dramatically reduced infant deaths, research shows parents are neglecting simple steps that could save young lives. About 3,500 babies die in their sleep each year from Sudden... Read More
Brian Murphy and his employees started a multimillion-dollar baking company in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay, hoping it would bring tourism and jobs to an island struggling to survive, but it’s been a tough sell. Read More
The National Park Service says it’s decided to “roll” with the changes brought on by rising sea levels at this popular tourist spot. Read More
Sea level rise could wipe out Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge within our lifetimes. Why the water is rising so fast in the Chesapeake Bay compared to other parts of the country. Read More
In the D.C. region, we have counted at least nine men accused of being homegrown terrorists. News4's Tisha Thompson reports.
A Department of Homeland Security employee accused of taking weapons to work had 19 firearms and 10,000 to 50,000 rounds of ammunition at his home, according to new court filings. Read More
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A Maryland wife and mother is about to be reunited with her family after being a prisoner in Gambia in West Africa for nearly a year. News4's Darcy Spencer reports.
President Donald Trump is proposing a huge $54 billion surge in U.S. military spending for new aircraft, ships and fighters in his first federal budget while slashing big chunks from domestic programs and foreign aid to make the government "do more with less." The Trump blueprint, due in more detail next month, would fulfill the Republican president's campaign pledge to boost Pentagon spending while targeting the budgets of other federal agencies. The "topline" figures emerged Monday, one day before Trump's first address to a joint session of Congress, an opportunity to re-emphasize the economic issues that were a centerpiece of his White House run.
Three Jewish schools in the D.C. area received bomb threats on Monday, as nearly 20 other schools and community centers in multiple states received similar calls.
Elon Musk announced Monday that his private space transportation company SpaceX will send two private citizens to the moon in late 2018. "We are excited to announce that SpaceX has been approached to fly two private citizens on a trip around the moon late next year," his statement read.