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More than 80,000 students headed back to school in the District on Monday, but it was a bumpy start for a few of them after two early morning school bus accidents.
As Washington's quiet August days dwindle down, Labor Day — and the return of Congress — draw nearer. With no spending bills passed and a debate looming over the debt limit, this fall promises to be quite contentious on Capitol Hill.
The head of Dominion Fireworks will oversee 68 workers putting on nearly 20 shows across the area on Thursday — with more powerful explosives, more illustrative displays and more sophisticated triggers than he had back in the day.
The real work begins now for the IndyCar Series, which heads into the meat of its schedule on the heels of a spectacular Indianapolis 500.
The Miss America pageant will be broadcast from Atlantic City on Sept. 15.
The Baltimore Ravens could open the season on the road because of a scheduling conflict with baseball's Orioles.
First the White House, now the National Archives. Once again, the sequester is to blame for canceled tours.
Few subjects garnered more media attention during last year's election than the advent of super PACs -- political action committees that may collect unlimited contributions from individuals, corporations and labor unions for independent political spending.
Comedy Central says Jon Stewart will take a break from "The Daily Show" starting in June to direct and produce his first feature film.