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Washington Dc 2019 Great Strides

For more than 30 years, Great Strides – the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s largest national fundraising event – has supported the Foundation’s mission to cure cystic fibrosis and raise awareness for th…
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United Therapeutics sued by generic drug competitors

United Therapeutics Corp. has been sued for “unlawfully impeding competition” by Sandoz Inc. and RareGen LLC, the companies selling a generic form of a drug the Silver Spring biotech had under patent…
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DC is putting up the homeless in really nice apartments, and the result is exactly what you would expect

D.C. lawmakers, in all of their wisdom, determined that poor, homeless people should be entitled to better housing than most middle-income earners. It went as well as anyone could have predicted.
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Alexandria park to transition to winter wonderland with ice rink installation

The Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority is planning to make Cameron Run Regional Park operational year-round with a new Winter Village attraction set to open in November. NOVA Parks issued a …
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Rudolph Jericho Smith knowingly spread HIV, police say

FREDERICK, Md. — Police say a Maryland man knowingly spread HIV to four women after meeting them on dating sites and apps. The Frederick News-Post reported Tuesday that 34-year-old Rudolph Jericho Sm…
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Conflict brewing over HQ2-tied affordable housing money

One county official told Amazon that he expected a bulk of the $75 million to be shared between two localities.
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Herndon just marked a milestone in the small town's history

Herndon officials just approved the town’s first new mixed-use development near the future Herndon Metro station, a major step for growth along the path of the Silver Line’s expansion. The Town Coun…
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For JEDI acquisition to succeed, the devil will be in the requirements

The DOD could award its flagship cloud contract as early as July 19, but while JEDI has overcome multiple pre-award protests, it could still be felled.
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Kona Grill could seek bankruptcy protection amid deteriorating finances, filing shows

After posting a $32 million loss for 2018, missing loan payments and shuttering eight restaurants in one quarter, the future for Kona Grill looks grim, according to documents filed with the Securitie…
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This recruitment startup offers the 'ultimate inner circle.' And it just raised millions of dollars.

Can a serial entrepreneur upend the traditional Rolodex-powered executive recruitment industry?
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SummitIG receives majority investment from New York private equity firm

New York-based private equity firm SDC Capital Partners LLC has closed on a majority-stake investment in Ashburn-based Summit Infrastructure Group Inc., leading the telecommunications firm to make ch…
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Former Marco Polo site in Vienna acquired for redevelopment

D.C.-based Northfield Investment and Development has acquired the former Marco Polo restaurant site in Vienna with plans to develop 44 condominium townhouses and 8,200 square feet of retail. The for…
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Metro targets Alexandria's Eisenhower Avenue corridor for large office building

Metro’s planned Greater Washington office consolidation is likely to include a large office building on Alexandria’s Eisenhower Avenue corridor, near the transit agency’s existing rail yard. The cit…
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3 lawmakers vie to be speaker of Maryland House of Delegates

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Three people have confirmed they want to be the next speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates. The Baltimore Sun reported Tuesday that Democratic Del. Dereck Davis of Prince G…
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Barring Brazil's Bolsonaro, the American Museum of Natural History dishonors its mission

Until Monday, the American Museum of Natural History was one of the world's foremost educational institutions.
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