Independence Day - NBC4 Washington
Jul 3, 2012
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By Carissa DiMargo

Malia Obama: Born on the Fourth of July

Malia's turning 14 the same day the country's turning, well, 236.View gallery

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Jun 30, 2011

Nearly 400 Fourth Revelers Get Free Rides Home

Nearly 400 Fourth Revelers Get Free Rides Home

The SoberRide program provided nearly 400 free cab rides on Independence Day.

Jul 5, 2010

Monumental Cleanup On The Mall

Monumental Cleanup On The Mall

Getting the National Mall back to its original state after tens of thousands of people stopped by is no easy feat.

Jul 4, 2010

Thousands Brave the Heat to Watch Mall Fireworks

Thousands Brave the Heat to Watch Mall Fireworks

Thousands of people waited to watch the fireworks from the National Mall Sunday night.

Jul 5, 2010

Fireworks On The Mall

Fireworks On The Mall

Missed the National Mall fireworks? See how they looked.

Jun 30, 2011
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By Jim Iovino

American Spirit on Mall for Fourth

With plenty of flags waving, America celebrates the Fourth in D.C.View gallery

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Jun 30, 2011

Music Events on the Fourth

Music Events on the Fourth

Vuvuzelas need not apply (for once).

Jun 30, 2011

Save Your Digits With Fireworks Safety Tips

Save Your Digits With Fireworks Safety Tips

Count up these fireworks safety features on all 10 of your fingers.

Jun 30, 2011

Don't Leave Town: D.C.'s Best Fourth Fests

Don't Leave Town: D.C.'s Best Fourth Fests

Where to go and what to do on the Fourth.

Jun 30, 2011

Catch the Fireworks With an Entourage

Catch the Fireworks With an Entourage

Celebrate this Independence Day at the W Hotel's big birthday blowout.

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