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  • A plow removes snow from the sidewalk in Lafayette Park on Thursday as people make their way past the White House during D.C.'s  worst snowstorm in four years. (associated press)

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  • Frederick Ryan Jr. (left), chairman of the board of trustees of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation, unveils a bronze statue of Ronald Reagan at Reagan National Airport in Arlington, Va., on Nov. 1, 2011. The statue was unveiled as part of a dedication ceremony on the centennial of the former president's birth. Also attending the event were former Transportation Secretary Elizabeth Dole (second from left); Charles Snelling (second from right), chairman of the board of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority; and Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood. (T.J. Kirkpatrick/The Washington Times)

    Reagan statue unveiled at National Airport

    A towering bronze figure of President Ronald Reagan was unveiled Tuesday at the Washington-area airport named in his honor, the last of four statues built around the world in celebration of the late president's 100th birthday.

  • Inside the Beltway

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  • ** FILE ** Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)

    Work to begin on Reagan Airport runway

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  • ** FILE ** A passenger jet takes off near the FAA control tower at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in March 2011. (AP Photo)

    FAA ponders beefing up tower staffing

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  • Clouds gather over the control tower at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington. (Getty Images file)

    FAA chief suspends dozing controller

    The nation's top aviation official on Thursday said he had suspended a control tower supervisor while investigating why no controller was available to aid two planes landing at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport early Wednesday morning.

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