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Topic - Union Station
Christmas lights, family-size frozen lasagna, gaming systems, and even Dallas Cowboys sweatshirts are just some of the items available to customers beginning Wednesday, when two Wal-Mart stores open their doors in the District and usher in a new era in urban big-box retail.
A chance to fight in boxing's "mecca" comes Saturday when 19-year-old Dusty Hernandez-Harrison – a rising undefeated welterweight out of Washington, D.C. and maybe the next big thing in boxing – steps into the ring at Madison Square Garden to face Josh Torres for something called the World Boxing Council Youth Welterweight world championship.
John Johnson has played the same six lottery numbers in every Mega Millions drawing for the past three years.
The National Transportation Safety Board said it will not investigate a fatal welding accident along Metro's Red Line because of the federal government shutdown.
One contractor died and two Metro employees were injured in a welding accident in a Red Line subway tunnel between Union Station and the Judiciary Square stop early Sunday, Metro said.
Tattoos, not yet everywhere on everyone, nevertheless have reached cultural critical mass. What do they signify?
Seven people were injured in a crash involving two vehicles near Union Station on Wednesday morning in which three pedestrians were struck.
Instead of serving meals, the colorful food trucks that usually offer lobster rolls, piping-hot slices of pizza or spicy empanadas were closed on Monday — a demonstration of what the lunch hour could be like under new regulations proposed by city officials.
The changing face of Congress can be seen in the changing faces of Congress.
Visitors to New York City see a golden horde hurtling down Broadway, passengers in Boston wheel around the harbor in snowy white cars and London's black cabs are as iconic as Big Ben.
A man was treated for multiple injuries after intentionally trying to jump in front of an Metro train going toward Shady Grove at Union Station Monday morning, officials said.
With the Super Bowl less than three months away, New Orleans is rushing to lay streetcar tracks through one of its busiest corridors to connect the Louisiana Superdome and the French Quarter by trolley.
A D.C. man was sentenced Wednesday to 20 months in prison for phoning in bomb threats to Amtrak that resulted in train delays in November 2011 and January, prosecutors said.
Millions of Americans got ready and rumbled in the "Great Shakeout" earthquake drill.
Get ready to rumble. Millions in the United States and several countries are set to participate in an earthquake preparedness drill Thursday.