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DC's Department of Transportation is launching Potholepalooza this week.
Virginia's legislature passed an amendment prohibiting some insurance companies from providing abortion coverage.
Many school districts are on spring break or closed today due to snow, but federal workers had to report to work on time Monday.
The lottery for the 2013 White House Easter Egg Roll, in its 135th year, opens Feb. 21.
The U.S. Postal Service will end Saturday mail delivery by Aug. 1.
Transportation, food and what you need to know to get downtown and around the District on Inauguration Day.
Government, Public Safety
Wide range of items are prohibited at the inauguration, balls and some related events, due to unprecedented security levels.
Fewer riders expected this year than for the 2009 presidential inauguration of Barack Obama, but there will be station closures and other transportation adjustments.
Bicycles are not allowed at the inauguration itself, but you can still bike into the District, avoid the crowds and get into and out of downtown quickly. Here’s some advice from the pros.
Fewer people are listing their home, condo or apartment for rent for the 2013 presidential inauguration weekend. Here's some advice if you decide to rent your pad.
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