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Witness in Ex-Va. Gov Trial: Gifts, But No Affair

Witness in Ex-Va. Gov Trial: Gifts, But No Affair

McDonnell trial, day five: The key witness in the corruption trial of Virginia's former governor and his wife is on the stand once again Friday, but this time he's answering questions from the defense. Read »

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Unattended Incense Starts Rockville Fire, Injures 2

Unattended Incense Starts Rockville Fire, Injures 2

Montgomery County fire officials say unattended incense started a fire that ripped through a Rockville, Maryland,... Read »

5 hours ago
Hearing Set on

Hearing Set on "Slender Man" Stabbing Suspect's Mental Health

The mental health of one of two 12-year-old girls accused of stabbing a classmate to please a fictional character... Read »

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Cantor to Resign From Congress August 18

Cantor to Resign From Congress August 18

U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor tells a Virginia newspaper he will resign his seat in the House of Representatives months... Read »

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Job Growth Slows in July; Jobless Rate Inches Up

Job Growth Slows in July; Jobless Rate Inches Up

Employers added 209,000 jobs in July as the unemployment rate climbed to 6.2 percent, the Labor Department said... Read »

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Serious Crash Closes Beltway's Outer Loop

Serious Crash Closes Beltway's Outer Loop

The Outer Loop of the Beltway is closed at Route 50 following a multi-vehicle crash that resulted in serious... Read »

39 minutes ago

"Mini Tornado" Caused Correction Cop's Skydive Death: Expert

A safety expert for a national skydiving association says a "mini tornado" caused the accident that killed a... Read »

2 hours ago
10 Questions You Never Thought You'd Ask About Ebola

10 Questions You Never Thought You'd Ask About Ebola

The World Health Organization calls Ebola one of the world's most deadly diseases, but what exactly is it? Read »

2 hours ago
Del Mar Racetrack Suspends Turf Racing After Horse Injury

Del Mar Racetrack Suspends Turf Racing After Horse Injury

Del Mar racetrack officials have suspended turf races after another horse was seriously injured Thursday,... Watch »

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Palestinians Turned Away From Cairo Peace Talks

Palestinians Turned Away From Cairo Peace Talks

Egypt told the Palestinian delegation that it is no longer welcome at the Cairo peace talks aimed at ending the Gaza... Read »

3 hours ago
Israeli Soldier Feared Captured as Truce Unravels

Israeli Soldier Feared Captured as Truce Unravels

A three-day Gaza cease-fire that started Friday crumbled nearly two hours after it went into effect, with Israel... Watch »

3 hours ago
Trial for 'Sexting' Teen Begins Friday

Trial for 'Sexting' Teen Begins Friday

The trial for a Northern Virginia boy accused of child pornography for sexting his then-girlfriend will begin... Read »

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Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Law Struck Down

Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Law Struck Down

A law in Uganda that incarcerates people who engage in gay sex was struck down by a court on Friday after... Read »

4 hours ago
Hyattsville Water Main Break Will Affect Friday Commute

Hyattsville Water Main Break Will Affect Friday Commute

Officials estimate 6 million gallons of water were lost in a Hyattsville water main break Thursday afternoon. Watch »

6 hours ago
Barry's Son Held on Parole Violation

Barry's Son Held on Parole Violation

A D.C. Superior Court judge ordered Washington, D.C., Council member Marion Barry’s son be held in jail until... Read »

Jul 31, 2014
D.C. Officials Breaking Ground on Playground Upgrade

D.C. Officials Breaking Ground on Playground Upgrade

District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray and city officials are breaking ground on upgrades to a playground in the... Read »

4 hours ago
Crabs and Watermelons at Annapolis Stadium Feast

Crabs and Watermelons at Annapolis Stadium Feast

Crabs and watermelon are the stars of a giant summertime feast open to the public at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial... Read »

2 hours ago
Virginia Kicks Off 3rd Annual Craft Beer Month

Virginia Kicks Off 3rd Annual Craft Beer Month

Virginia is kicking off its third annual craft beer month. Read »

3 hours ago
25 Dead After Gas Explosion Rocks City In Taiwan

25 Dead After Gas Explosion Rocks City In Taiwan

A gas leak in a Taiwanese city caused a series of spectacular explosions that left at least 24 people dead and... Read »

6 hours ago
NBC4's Camp4Kids
NBC4 launched Camp4Kids in 1993, in partnership with the community -- viewers and businesses alike. Since then, we've sent hundreds of kids to camp. Here's how you can help! Read more
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