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Benghazi attacks: Five men under surveillance in Libya, believed to be terrorists | WJLA.com www.wjla.com
Five men are under round-the-clock U.S. surveillance in Libya, wanted for questioning in the attack last year on the diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya.
Washington Nationals vs. San Francisco Giants: Bryce Harper scores both Nats runs in 2-1 win in 10 innings | WJLA.com www.wjla.com
Ian Desmond singled in Bryce Harper in the 10th inning, and the Nationals beat the Giants 2-1 on Wednesday to avoid a three-game series sweep. Harper hit a solo homer in the sixth inning.
A Maryland lawmaker is on a “one-man crusade” to close a gun control loophole.
Powerful visual images of the destructive EF5 tornado that ripped through Moore, OK Monday afternoon.
After a coolish weekend, a warm front promises to bring much hotter air by Tuesday.
Each week, Dr. Katy Nelson entertains and informs with her weekly pet show.
A nasty strain of norovirus is making its way through Nottingham Elementary School in Arlington, keeping a large number of students home on Friday.
The season finale of “Scandal” left fans with more questions than answers. What will season 3 bring? ABC7’s Cynne Simpson went right to the source for some answers – the cast!
Navigating D.C. streets can be frantic, especially when you’re in a hurry or need to pick something up at the last minute. But now there’s an app for that.
David Beckham's distinguished soccer career will come to an end at the conclusion of this season, according to multiple reports.
A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control revealed that almost half of women in Maryland who gave birth in 2009 and 2010 reported poor oral hygiene, and those ill effects can be passed on to the baby.
The Wildlife Center of Virginia is caring for a record eight black bear cubs this spring.
A controversial Iraq war veteran, radio host and socially-outspoken activist who once led a dance party protest at the Jefferson Memorial is planning to come back to Washington. This time, he and his compatriots will be armed.
The government is running out of time to try to halt implementation of a federal judge's ruling that would lift age restrictions for women and girls wanting to buy the morning-after pill.
A University of Maryland student was robbed at gunpoint early Saturday morning near Baltimore Avenue and Berwyn House Road.
The Virginia Democrat is scheduled to promote the proposed amendment Friday with representatives of the Civil War Trust and the Central Virginia Battlefields Trust.
"We'll never change the name," Snyder says in an interview with USA Today. "It's that simple. NEVER - you can use caps." Snyder says he won't change the Redskins name, even if he loses an ongoing trademark lawsuit filed by a Navajo wom
Amalgamated Transit Union, which represents 11,000 Metro drivers and other WMATA employees, is growing increasingly alarmed by the expansion of the Circulator system.