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The belt-tightening comes as the GOP-led House works on $44 billion measure covering transportation and housing programs.
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The President and Republican congressional leaders differ on tying spending cuts to raising the debt limit.
President Vladimir Putin's foreign affairs adviser says Moscow is not convinced with Washington's claim that Syrian regime had used chemical weapons against the opposition.
The Obama administration announced Thursday that it has determined that the Syrian government has deployed chemical weapons against opposition groups.
A top House lawmaker says those who want to harm the U.S. are already changing their behavior after leaks about classified U.S. surveillance programs.
Hillary Rodham Clinton says she is excited to call the Clinton Foundation "my home" for a number of new initiatives at the organization founded by her husband, former President Bill Clinton.
A senior German official says the leaders of some of the world's largest economies will press Russia's president to use his leverage as Syria's weapons' supplier to ease the fighting there.
Jackson is in Manassas for his first press conference since winning the GOP nomination last month.
Appeal criticizes Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli for "wrong" advice to the Virgina Board of Health.
Family members of victims in the Sandy Hook School shooting returned to Capitol Hill to put pressure on lawmakers to enact gun control measures.
A House Republican said that there is a low rate of pregnancy among women who are raped, stirring up an issue that proved politically toxic for another Republican.
Leggett announced online Tuesday that he is running for re-election
Less than 3-percent of Virginia's 5.2 million registered voters went to the polls.
Sources say federal prosecutors sent subpoenas to DC Councilman Vincent Orange and some Ward 5 businessmen.
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One teen died and three others were injured after climbing on the rooftop of a school, officials say.
A Gaithersburg police spokesperson says numerous people spotted a bear in the area of Quince Orchard Road and Darnestown Road on Wednesday morning
Six people were injured in a two-vehicle crash involving pedestrians at North Capitol Street and Massachusetts Avenue NW on Wednesday morning.
Police have apprehended an inmate who escaped while doing landscaping work at a Virginia airport.
A Silver Spring man is dead after an early morning crash on Veirs Mill Road at Turkey Branch Parkway around 3:06 a.m.
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East and westbound Route 198 is currently closed between 8th and 9th streets.
A Lake Braddock High school baseball player who was paralyzed in a tragic swimming accident last summer is graduating Wednesday.
Crews rescued construction worker who fell from scaffolding and was unconscious on Wednesday morning
Authorities say 2-year-old William Jensen and his 4-year-old brother, Tyler, became fatally overheated six weeks ago. William died that day of hyperthermia, Tyler died nearly a week later.
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LAUREL, Md. (WUSA9) -- Sky 9 flew over the scene of a single vehicle accident in Laurel, Md. on Wednesday afternoon.
The vehicle overturned in the 800 block of Gorman Avenue.
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