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District Line Daily: What Do You Want Them To Say?

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The latest issue of City Paper is on stands today, and our cover story is all [...]

District Line Daily: Shadow Campaign Returns

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Another development in the investigation of Mayor Vince Gray's 2010 shadow campaign: David Dzidzienyo, who [...]

District Line Daily: Fit D.C.

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Happy Tuesday, readers. News!
LEADING THE MORNING NEWS:

D.C. tied for fourth most-in-shape state in the country, [...]

District Line Daily: Mayor on the Edge

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The weekend's almost here, and what better way to celebrate than by picking up a [...]

The Needle: Search This Edition

Don't Touch My Bag: Turns out searching bags on Metro is even less popular than raising fares. Last night, the Metro Riders' Advisory Council voted overwhelmingly to ask the transit agency to stop the new policy, which looks more and more like an irritating, expensive, and pointless exercise. But since that's never stopped Metro from [...]

The Needle: Hail Victory Edition

Dallas Sucks: Redskins beat Cowboys, 13-7, at FedEx Field, thanks mostly to Dallas penalties and fumbles that would get a kid benched in Pop Warner games. One game in, Mike Shanahan's crew already has 25 percent of the victories that Jim Zorn's team managed last year. Sadly, Dan Snyder still owns the team, which puts [...]

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