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Nov 11, 2013

D.C., Maryland Vets Face Long Wait for Benefits

D.C., Maryland Vets Face Long Wait for Benefits

Veterans in parts of Maryland and D.C. wait longer for their benefits than veterans in other parts of the country, the News4 I-Team's Scott MacFarlane reports.

Oct 31, 2013

Emails Reveal Political Choreography Behind Return From Shutdown

Emails Reveal Political Choreography Behind Return From Shutdown

The News4 I-Team takes a look at what was going on inside the government as the shutdown lifted two weeks ago.

Oct 31, 2013

Political Choreography Behind Return From Shutdown

Political Choreography Behind Return From Shutdown

Emails obtained by the News4 I-Team reveal the political choreography and strategy top government officials shared the morning of Oct. 17 as the government shutdown was lifted and hundreds of thousands of...

Oct 31, 2013

Patients Complain About Side Effects From Essure Birth Control

Patients Complain About Side Effects From Essure Birth Control

Essure is advertised as a fast and permanent, non-surgical form of birth control for women, but there's a growing list of patients who say the device has ravaged their bodies, causing years of pain and...

Oct 16, 2013

Congress' News Conferences Cost Big Money

Congress' News Conferences Cost Big Money

Dozens of news conferences by members of Congress since the government shutdown began have cost more than $30,000.

Oct 8, 2013

RAW VIDEO: House Member Walking in to Gym

RAW VIDEO: House Member Walking in to Gym

A member of the House enters the wellness center despite the shutdown.

Oct 9, 2013

House Gym Remains Open Despite Shutdown

House Gym Remains Open Despite Shutdown

Some U.S. House members are still using a private, members-only gym on Capitol Hill, even though employees are furloughed and tours are canceled amid the government shutdown.

Oct 10, 2013

VA: Veterans' Benefits Will Be Suspended in Prolonged Shutdown

VA: Veterans' Benefits Will Be Suspended in Prolonged Shutdown

Local military veterans will lose their VA benefits later this month if the government shutdown continues. The agency says it will have burned through the money remaining to pay them. The News4 I-Team learned...

Oct 10, 2013

Shutdown Denies Death Benefits to Soldiers' Families

Shutdown Denies Death Benefits to Soldiers' Families

Local military veterans will lose their VA benefits later this month if the government shutdown continues. The agency says it will have burned through the money remaining to pay them. The News4 I-Team learned...

Oct 4, 2013

USCP "Radio Modernization" Slowed by Cost Overruns

USCP "Radio Modernization" Slowed by Cost Overruns

U.S. Capitol Police officers are carrying old radio equipment, some of which doesn’t work in some parts of Capitol Hill.

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Chris Brown Assault Trial Could Start Wednesday

Chris Brown Assault Trial Could Start Wednesday

Singer Chris Brown's trial on an assault charge is scheduled to begin in Washington.

Wizards Defeat Bulls, 101-99, Take 2-0 Lead in Series

Wizards Defeat Bulls, 101-99, Take 2-0 Lead in Series

The Wizards stunned the Bulls again early Wednesday morning, winning a hard-fought game in overtime, 101-99.

Fairfax Co. Considering 4 Percent Meal Tax

Fairfax Co. Considering 4 Percent Meal Tax

A four percent meal tax could soon be implemented in a Northern Virginia county already saddled with a rising real estate tax.

W.Va. Judge to Decide on Extradition of Charles Severance

W.Va. Judge to Decide on Extradition of Charles Severance

Northern Virginia police and prosecutors will be closely watching developments Wednesday in a Wheeling, W.Va., courtroom.

Search for National Zoo Gunman Continues

Search for National Zoo Gunman Continues

Police are reviewing security camera footage from businesses near the Smithsonian's National Zoo, in hopes of finding the gunman who shot two men outside the zoo's gates Monday afternoon.

D.C. Plans Public Meeting on MLK Library Renovation

D.C. Plans Public Meeting on MLK Library Renovation

Architects and library officials want to hear from the public about what they would like to see in a major renovation of the central Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in downtown Washington.