From the "Nation's Capital" to today's politically-charged "Taxation Without Representation," take a peek through photographs cataloguing changes in the district's license plates. 1903 and 1907—DC's First License Plates DC passed its first motor vehicle registration law in 1903—motorists were required...
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People in Washington spend more of their money on reading than anywhere else, and the fourth-most on public transit.
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"I'm a Simon and Garfunkel fanatic," she says.
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While WMATA circles its "death spiral," Bikeshare is planning for the future.
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That’s no mean feat in the home of Mark Russell.
Explaining an annoying abbreviation.
Now out of prison, Kiriakou is trying to return to a normal life.
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And they make one particularly delicious treat...
His ties to this area may surprise you.
With good humor, she says: “What better place for all this but in the loo?”
The "Battle of the Beltways" is mostly fought by the lawyers.
Kennedy threw out the first pitch in 1962.
What a group of personnel moves mean for the network's ambitions outside its DC headquarters.