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Police say suspect in murder of rich D.C. family had help in slaying

WATCH: A suspect is finally in custody for the murders of a wealthy businessman, his wife, their 10-year-old son and their housekeeper, after they were found dead in their Washington D.C mansion. 117 more words


memorial day reading.

You’ve probably seen Kelly Corrigan’s “Transcending” video reposted on Facebook…but now that I think about it, maybe you haven’t. You should watch it. And afterwards, you should join your local library and check out her first book, The Middle Place. 164 more words

Tens Years of Baseball in Washington, After a 34-Year Hiatus

Believe it or not, it has been 10 years since the Nationals (formerly the Montreal Expos) came to Washington. Though they haven’t yet played in a World Series, they are… 217 more words

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Ruffians Dining Club

May 22, 2015:  Barry Cauchon

One of my biggest pet peeves is poor service at restaurants.  So when I get good service, I’m very appreciative.  On a recent trip to Washington D.C., my wife and I stopped by a local pub called the Rock It Grill in Alexandria’s Old Town.  168 more words


Suspect in killing of rich D.C. family identified by DNA on pizza crust

WASHINGTON (AP) — Savvas Savopoulos was energized. He spent the day sprucing up his northern Virginia martial arts studio for its grand opening with his family’s longtime housekeeper. 1,074 more words


Florida Man Who Landed Gyrocopter At Capitol Pleads Not Guilty

WASHINGTON (AP) — Not guilty.

That was the plea of a Tampa area man to the six charges he’s facing for flying a gyrocopter through some of America’s most restricted airspace before landing at the U.S. 343 more words


Video abstract - Katie Wells talks about "A Housing Crisis, a Failed Law, and a Property Conflict: The US Urban Speculation Tax"

Forthcoming in Antipode 47(4) in September 2015, and available online now, Katie Wells’ “A Housing Crisis, a Failed Law, and a Property Conflict: The US Urban Speculation Tax” is a fine contribution to the journal’s growing collection of papers* on property rights, racial politics, housing markets and urban policy. 503 more words