Emergency Response Drill To Severely Impact Weekend DC Metro Service

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DC Metro train derails in Virginia. (WJLA/Screenshot)

‘In coordination with water rescue teams’

DC Homeless Shelter Ignites Legal Brawl

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Homeless person holds cardboard sign. (Credit: Annette Shaff/Shuttershock)

‘Go back to the drawing board’

DC Private Ambulances Fail To Speed Up Dragging Emergency Responses

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An ambulance is seen in front of the US Capitol October 16, 2013 in Washington, DC. US lawmakers embarked on another day of high-stakes political brinkmanship Wednesday, battling to scrape together an eleventh hour deal to protect Washington's battered financial standing. At midnight (0400 GMT), the US economy will sail into uncharted waters and the Treasury will no longer be able to guarantee it will be able to meet its obligations and avert a devastating debt default. The only way to avert this peril, which could send global markets into turmoil and threaten another recession, would be for Congress to agree to raise the US government's $16.7 trillion debt ceiling. (KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

‘We couldn’t dispatch units’

Bowser Names Interim Police Chief Ahead Of Tough Search For Replacement

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WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 21: Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department Cathy Lanier (L) and Mayor Muriel Bowser (R) of Washington, DC leave a press conference at police headquarters May 21, 2015 in Washington, DC. Bowser and Lanier asked the public for help in locating a suspect, Daron Dylon Wint, in a quadruple murder in the killing of Savvas Savopoulos and his family. Authorities believe Wint may have traveled to the Brooklyn, New York area. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

‘Morale has never been worse’

Uber Spikes Prices 20 Percent Across DC

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An Uber representative registers people on his smartphone in the Queens borough of New York July 21, 2015. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

‘A big impact’

Female Gang Boss 'Deez Nuts' Guilty Of Running DC Crime Ring

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Along with other bosses ‘Stef Luva’ and ‘Jazz’

Final Motorcycle Parade Honoring 9/11 Families Thunders Through DC

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America's 9/11 Ride (Steve Birr/TheDCNF)

‘Anything we can do to say thank you’

DC Metro's Plan To Make System Safer Rewritten After Inspectors Find Its Not Safe

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Commuters get on and off a Metro train at the Gallery Pl - Chinatown Station October 27, 2010 in Washington, DC. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

‘It is appalling’

DC Postal Workers Busted For Shipping Marijuana For Cash

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A marijuana user smoking a joint.

At least 220 pounds

DC Police Chief Wasn't So Popular Within Her Own Department

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Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier pauses as she listens to Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI's Washington Field Office Valerie Parlave (not seen) host a news conference to share the findings about the investigation into the shootings at the Navy Yard last Monday at the FBI's Washington Field Office in Washington, September 25, 2013. Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis believed he was being controlled by electromagnetic waves in the months before he killed 12 people at a Washington base on Sept. 16, an FBI official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Larry Downing

‘Thrilled that this nightmare is over’

Two-Day Blackout Next To The White House Leaves 12,000 In The Dark [PHOTOS]

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Blackout concept. Few batteries near lighting candle on dark background (Shutterstock/cosma)

‘We were left in the dark, figuratively and literally’

DC Police Chief's Retirement Presents Challenge For Bowser Amid City Violence

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Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier pauses as she listens to Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI's Washington Field Office Valerie Parlave (not seen) host a news conference to share the findings about the investigation into the shootings at the Navy Yard last Monday at the FBI's Washington Field Office in Washington, September 25, 2013. Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis believed he was being controlled by electromagnetic waves in the months before he killed 12 people at a Washington base on Sept. 16, an FBI official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Larry Downing

‘The stakes are incredibly high’

Three People Wounded In Shooting Near Washington Nationals Park

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MPD officers at crime scene. (FOX5/Screenshot)

Bullet grazed man’s cheek

EPA Wastes $135K On Transit Subsidies, Pays Employees Who Don't Use Public Transit

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Riders wait to board a Metro subway train in Washington, in this file photo taken April 24, 2014. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/Files

‘Actual ridership was significantly less than the contracted amount’

Here's The Most Absurd Paragraph In Damning DC Metro Report, Translated Into English

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Riders wait to board a Metro subway train in Washington, in this file photo taken April 24, 2014. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/Files

‘Inattention or confusion’

Architect Of DC Election Fraud Hit With Three Months In Jail

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Washington D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray talks to the media outside the precinct 65 polling place on the Lasalle-Backus Education Campus, in Washington, April 1, 2014. District of Columbia voters head to the polls on Tuesday for a crowded Democratic mayoral primary, with the incumbent facing a strong threat from a city councilor after being linked to a campaign-finance scandal. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

‘Mastermind of this conspiracy’

Report: DC Metro Operators Fly Through Red Lights On A Regular Basis

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Commuters get on and off a Metro train at the Gallery Pl - Chinatown Station October 27, 2010 in Washington, DC. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

‘Significant safety events’

DC Teachers Outraged Walmart Wants To Help Them

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MIAMI, FL - AUGUST 18: A Walmart sign is seen on August 18, 2015 in Miami, Florida. Walmart announced today that earnings fell in the second quarter due to currency fluctuations and the retailer's investment in employee wages and training. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Back-to-school giveaway sneered at, called ‘bogus’

19-Year-Old The Latest Victim In String Of DC Murders, Violent Crimes

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MPD cruiser. (MPD/YouTube/Screenshot)

2016 homicides in DC climb to 85

Heatwave Thwarts DC Metro Repairs, Pushes Maintenance Into Workweek

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Commuters get on and off a Metro train at the Gallery Pl - Chinatown Station October 27, 2010 in Washington, DC. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Unscheduled single tracking