Investigating wrongdoing across D.C. area

Oct 30, 2014

Federal Govt. Made $20B in Secret Purchases in Recent Months

Federal Govt. Made $20B in Secret Purchases in Recent Months

Thousands of federal workers are issued taxpayer-funded credit cards, and as long as they buy items that cost less than $3,000 -- or "micropurchases" -- they can simply swipe and buy and it's possible no...

Sep 17, 2014
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By Matthew Stabley

Depression Treasures: WPA Paintings

Paintings created by the WPA. See Full Gallery

Sep 11, 2014

Dozens of Girls in Maryland Juvenile Detention Centers Are Victims of Sex Trafficking

Dozens of Girls in Maryland Juvenile Detention Centers Are Victims of Sex Trafficking

At least 63 girls, some as young as 12 years old, have acknowledged being victims of sex trafficking rings to Maryland investigators while serving recent terms in the state juvenile detention centers since March...

Aug 5, 2014

Union Official: Police Shortage at D.C.-Area Naval Facilities

Union Official: Police Shortage at D.C.-Area Naval Facilities

The chairman of the union says D.C.-area Navy facilities have a shortage in police manpower. The News4 I-Team's Scott MacFarlane reports.

Jul 30, 2014

More Job Scams Targeting Military Veterans

More Job Scams Targeting Military Veterans

Tens of thousands of veterans looking for work have been vulnerable to hiring scams in recent months, and complaints about job opportunity-related fraud have been on the rise among service members, the...

Jul 30, 2014

How Veterans and All Job-Seekers Can Avoid Fraud

How Veterans and All Job-Seekers Can Avoid Fraud

Hiring Our Heroes Senior Director Ross Cohen addresses some of the challenges that are unique to veterans and military spouses looking for work. He has advice for anyone looking for a job online.

Jul 25, 2014

VA Adverse Effects Oct. 1, 2012, Through March 27, 2014

VA Adverse Effects Oct. 1, 2012, Through March 27, 2014

The News4 I-Team obtained a report detailing the number of “adverse events” disclosed by officials at all medical centers nationwide via the Freedom of Information Act.

Jul 21, 2014

Data From the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline

Data From the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline

The Polaris Project provided numbers for the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline from Dec. 7, 2007, to June 1, 2014.

Jul 11, 2014

Laurel Kids Club Votes Out Its Leadership

Laurel Kids Club Votes Out Its Leadership

The president of the Laurel Boys and Girls Club tells the Laurel City Council membership demanded a new election after I-Team investigation found problems inside the popular children's club.

Jul 10, 2014

New Leadership for Laurel Girls and Boys Club After I-Team Report

New Leadership for Laurel Girls and Boys Club After I-Team Report

The Laurel City Council ordered the Laurel Boys and Girls Club's president to appear at a special hearing to explain what a News4 I-Team report uncovered, including problems with the club's finances and a...

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Christmas Tree May Have Sparked Md. Mansion Fire

Christmas Tree May Have Sparked Md. Mansion Fire

A 15-foot-tall Christmas tree may have sparked a massive fire that killed six family members at an Annapolis-area mansion, sources say.

Arrest Made After Witnesses Record Hit-and-Run

Arrest Made After Witnesses Record Hit-and-Run

A suspect has been arrested in a double hit-and-run in an Arlington parking lot after several people used cameras to record the incident.

Md. Man Turns Self In to Police After Amber Alert

Md. Man Turns Self In to Police After Amber Alert

A Maryland man is facing a number of charges after police say he abducted his 5-month-old daughter.

Contractor for Va.-Based Firm Killed in Libya

Contractor for Va.-Based Firm Killed in Libya

An American security contractor working for a Northern Virginia-based consulting firm was among the five people killed during an attack on a Libyan hotel Tuesday.

Convictions Overturned for Famed Civil Rights Protesters

Convictions Overturned for Famed Civil Rights Protesters

The convictions of nine South Carolina black men who integrated a whites-only lunch counter during the height of the civil rights movement were tossed out Wednesday during an emotional hearing before a...

Comment Sought on Proposed Power Line in Loudoun

Comment Sought on Proposed Power Line in Loudoun

Regulators are seeking public comment on a Dominion Virginia Power plan to build a new high-voltage transmission line and substation in Loudoun County.