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The Washington Times
D.C. police audit: Use-of-force investigations problematicHow D.C. police investigate officers in use-of-force cases remains problematic
D.C. police audit: Use-of-force investigations problematic
The Washington Times / Posted 14 days ago
How D.C. police investigate officers in use-of-force cases remains problematic eight years since federal oversight of police force ended, even though excessive use of force and police shootings have not re-emerged as issues, a new independent report... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Here's how dibs works on the East CoastIn Washington, Nate Bergman spent 96 words stating his case, laser-printed and
Here's how dibs works on the East Coast
Chicago Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
In Washington, Nate Bergman spent 96 words stating his case, laser-printed and sealed in plastic. He'd spent hours digging his car out of a parking place on a Capitol Hill street. He duly acknowledged the legal right of other drivers to take the... Read more
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The Washington Times
Snow parking etiquette 101: Don’t take this guy’s spotIn the days following a blizzard, once the streets are cleared and drivers shov
Snow parking etiquette 101: Don’t take this guy’s spot
The Washington Times / Posted 16 days ago
In the days following a blizzard, once the streets are cleared and drivers shovel out their cars from curbside snow encasings, it’s no longer the road conditions that pose a problem. It’s the savesies. The dibs. The lawn chairs. Any city that’s seen... Read more
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The Washington Times
D.C. digs out from snowstorm, tickets and tows stuck carsThe nation’s capital crept back to life Monday with residents digging cars out
D.C. digs out from snowstorm, tickets and tows stuck cars
The Washington Times / Posted 16 days ago
The nation’s capital crept back to life Monday with residents digging cars out of roadside snowbanks and public transportation and airports restarting service after a weekend snowstorm that pummeled the D.C. region. To help clear roadways, officials... Read more
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The Washington Times
D.C. tells residents: Don’t interfere in snowstorm cleanup, or you’ll face up to a $750 fineD.C. residents are being told to stay off the streets or risk facing hefty fine
D.C. tells residents: Don’t interfere in snowstorm cleanup, or you’ll face up to a $750 fine
The Washington Times / Posted 17 days ago
D.C. residents are being told to stay off the streets or risk facing hefty fines if their vehicles get stuck in the snow and hamper the city’s cleanup efforts following this weekend’s historic blizzard. Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier told... Read more
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Newser
The Snow Has Stopped, but the East Coast Will Be Digging Out for Days– East Coast residents who made the most of a paralyzing weekend blizzard face
The Snow Has Stopped, but the East Coast Will Be Digging Out for Days
Newser / Posted 17 days ago
– East Coast residents who made the most of a paralyzing weekend blizzard face fresh challenges as the workweek begins: slippery roads, spotty transit service, and mounds of snow that buried cars and blocked sidewalk entrances. For many, the weekend... Read more
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The Washington Times
D.C. officials irked by NHL call to play Caps game as blizzard bears downD.C. officials were frustrated by the NHL’s decision to go forward with Friday
D.C. officials irked by NHL call to play Caps game as blizzard bears down
The Washington Times / Posted 20 days ago
D.C. officials were frustrated by the NHL’s decision to go forward with Friday evening’s Washington Capitals game, even as an impending blizzard is forecast to begin dumping 2.5 feet of snow on the region this afternoon. “Why? Why? Why?” said Chris... Read more
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Daily Mail
Rocket-propelled grenade found in back yard in Washington DCHomes evacuated after piece of rocket-propelled grenade found in back yard in W
Rocket-propelled grenade found in back yard in Washington DC
Daily Mail / Posted 28 days ago
Homes evacuated after piece of rocket-propelled grenade found in back yard in Washington DC Rocket-propelled grenade was found in the back yard of a vacant home Police said the device was part of a shoulder-mounted anti-tank weapon At least seven... Read more
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FOX News
Piece of rocket-propelled grenade discovered in DC backyard, cops sayWASHINGTON – At least seven houses were evacuated after a piece of a rocket-pro
Piece of rocket-propelled grenade discovered in DC backyard, cops say
FOX News / Posted 28 days ago
WASHINGTON – At least seven houses were evacuated after a piece of a rocket-propelled grenade was found in the back yard of a vacant row house. The Washington Post reports the item was discovered Wednesday afternoon in the Manor Park neighborhood of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Crazed serial killer attacks slain reporter Jews and gays in letterSerial killer who shot dead three people over a decade writes bizarre letter fr
Crazed serial killer attacks slain reporter Jews and gays in letter
Daily Mail / Posted 30 days ago
Serial killer who shot dead three people over a decade writes bizarre letter from prison attacking a reporter murdered on live TV, Jews, gays and women Charles Severance, 55, is waiting be sentenced for murder in Virginia He shot Ruthanne Lodato,... Read more
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Dundas Star News
Letter from a serial killer: Charles Severance attacks a slain TV reporter, gays, JewsJust weeks before being sentenced for killing three people in Alexandria, Va.,
Letter from a serial killer: Charles Severance attacks a slain TV reporter, gays, Jews
Dundas Star News / Posted 30 days ago
Just weeks before being sentenced for killing three people in Alexandria, Va., serial killer Charles Severance took out a pen to write a long letter to two Washington Post reporters. The eight-page screed, printed on lined notebook paper, takes aim... Read more

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