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Florida company buys military light-attack aircraft from New Zealand DC Aviation News Examiner email alerts, subscribe here. Suggested by the author: … After serving as an Information Specialist at NASA Headquarters in Washington D.C., he went into journalism full-time in 1997. Since then, Stein has expanded his … Read more on Examiner.com

For DC United rookie Nick DeLeon, RFK Stadium has a special history Leroy DeLeon is planning to visit Washington soon for two reunions: one with a city, the other with his son. The 64-year-old Trinidadian played for the Washington Darts and later the Diplomats in the North American Soccer League in the 1970s. He has…

Plan offered for future of Presquile National Wildlife Refuge Charles Pekow, DC Outdoor Recreation Examiner. Charles Pekow is an award winning journalist, outdoors enthusiast and bicyclist who writes often for print and internet about Mid-Atlantic day trips and bike rides. He keeps on top of recreational-related … Read more on Examiner.com

Shake Shack coming to International Spy Museum next year Shake Shack's hamburger and french fries in Washington, D.C. (Marvin Joseph – WASHINGTON POST) The “flat-top” dogs, burgers, frozen custard and loooooong lunchtime lines of Shake Shack will be coming to the International Spy Museum in mid-2013. Read more on Washington Post (blog)

Boeing moves forward under Army contract to improve helicopter performance DC Aviation News Examiner email alerts, subscribe here. Suggested by the author: … After serving as an Information Specialist at NASA Headquarters in Washington D.C., he went into journalism full-time in 1997. Since then, Stein has expanded his … Read more on Examiner.com

APNewsBreak: Embattled DC mayor's chief of staff met with crisis expert who … WASHINGTON — Staffers for the embattled mayor of Washington have sought the advice of a crisis-management expert who advised Monica Lewinsky and inspired the television drama “Scandal,” according to emails obtained by The Associated Press. Read more on Washington Post

France escapes Tunisia rally, Brazil crushes China Washington Wizards forward Kevin Seraphin scored 10 points and blocked 2 shots in the Olympic victory. Meanwhile in "Group B," Brazil crushed China 98-59. Wizards center Nene finished with 6 points and 5 rebounds in the blowout victory. The 3-1 French … Read more on Examiner.com

Dry conditions, drought persist in Washington, DC area U.S. Drought Monitor in Virginia and Maryland as of July 31, 2012. (U.S. Drought Monitor) For the first time in over 140 years of weather records, Washington, D.C. (based on measurements at Reagan National airport) has received below average … Read more on Washington Post (blog)

Video: No mention of Sierra Nevada in Congressman's NASA announcement Receive DC Space News Examiner email alerts, subscribe here. Suggested by the author: Two satellites … After serving as an Information Specialist at NASA Headquarters in Washington D.C., he went into journalism full-time in 1997. Since then, Stein … Read more on Examiner.com