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Topic - Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport south of the central business district of Washington, D.C., in Arlington County, Virginia, United States. It is the nearest commercial airport to Washington, D.C. Originally named Washington National Airport, the facility was renamed to honor former President Ronald Reagan in 1998. The airport is commonly known as "National", "Washington National", "Reagan", "Reagan Airport" and "Reagan National". "DCA" is used as the main airport code. - Source: Wikipedia
Airlines canceled nearly 2,300 flights Monday as the latest winter storm hit the U.S. East Coast.
Already fatigued from a seemingly relentless barrage of winter storms, the D.C. area was pounded yet again Monday by a late-winter snowfall that had some residents wondering if spring will ever arrive.
A major snowstorm forecast for Monday had winter-weary residents of the D.C. area bracing for as much as a foot of snow just a day after temperatures cracked the 50-degree mark.
Operations are returning to normal at the airports serving Washington and Baltimore a day after a winter storm that dumped more than a foot of snow on parts of the region.
The worst snowstorm in four years crippled the D.C. area and had school systems canceling classes for a second day, as officials worked to clear streets and residents attempted to dig out of the slushy mess left blanketing the region.
A federal audit is questioning whether the authority overseeing one of the largest public works projects in the D.C. region is properly managing the federal funding it received for the $6 billion Dulles rail project.
A giant swirling mass of air from the North Pole is expected to hit the D.C. area beginning Monday, bringing with it some of the coldest temperatures in two decades.
The average flier may have to pay costly parking rates and pricey flight cancellation fees — but not so for congressional members.
A defensive Senate was left to explain Monday why it shut its doors to the public seven hours after the Navy Yard mass shooting — even as the rest of official Washington remained open.
A line of late-afternoon thunderstorms on Thursday disrupted flights at two D.C. area airports and completely shut down a third airport because of a lightning strike.
National Weather Service officials said temperatures would continue to feel like the low 100s for the next several days. The high heat poses risks in parts of Prince George's County, where a water main repair is expected to completely cut off service for thousands of residents for several days.
A Sterling woman was arrested this weekend on charges related to a shooting death of her husband, a police officer, the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office said.
A Maryland man with Tourette syndrome was barred from a JetBlue flight after repeatedly saying "bomb" during the check-in process.
It was a tough start to the week for many air travelers as federal budget cuts led to cascading delays along the East Coast on Monday morning.
Security officers at Reagan Washington National Airport stopped a Virginia man from boarding a plane Friday after authorities discovered he was carrying a loaded gun.