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How one woman is taking dirt bike culture and turning it into STEM education
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Baltimore native and technology instructor Brittany Young has launched B-360 to help kids get interested in math/science fields through dirt bikes.

Recruitment war raises questions about what it means to be a girl or a boy
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Some see the Boy Scouts accepting girls as poaching from the Girl Scouts, while others see it as offering girls the same opportunities as boys

Kaine hopeful that senators will warm to new military force authorization after Yemen vote
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The newly reelected Democratic U.S. senator from Virginia returns to one of his signature issues.

Man seriously hurt in apartment fire
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A separate fire broke out at the Russell Senate Office Building but was extinguished.

Though daylight dwindles, sunset begins to stall
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On Sunday, the sun will set at 4:45 p.m., but Monday it won’t set until 4:46.

Episcopal priest who became pesky White House questioner dies at 90
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Lester Kinsolving’s life included stints as an Episcopal priest, investigative reporter and syndicated columnist. But he was best known as a gadfly White House correspondent and a longtime conservative radio talk-show host.

Oversight of military’s food suppliers called into question after indictment of Virginia men
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Three executives from a company that provided food and water for U.S. troops in Afghanistan have been accused of defrauding the government and creating a fake construction site to overstate progress on an $8 billion contract.

Express Lanes have changed I-66 travel patterns — but not always for the better
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The state’s promise — less congestion and faster travel times during rush hour — has been fulfilled for many commuters able to pay or carpool, but the new toll system has had an adverse effect for many of the remaining road users.

Prince George’s didn’t make Amazon’s list but could still reap its rewards
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Officials are optimistic that the county’s abundance of Metro stations and relatively low housing prices could attract many of the new workers that the retail giant is expected to bring.

He fought the TSA and lost. Now whistleblowers fear a ‘disgusting place’ will get even w
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Testimony in a recently concluded trial, along with a recently released congressional report that was three years in the making, describes a toxic culture in TSA headquarters in Pentagon City, Va.

Wilmington man charged with setting fire that damaged Newark motel
Sat, 08 Dec 2018 01:25:00 -0500
A fire that caused $100,000 in damage to a Main Street motel Friday night was intentionally set and came after an earlier disturbance at the motel, officials said.

HOW DO TIGERS MATCH UP WITH COWBOYS?
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Thu, 06 Dec 2018 22:00:00 -0500
QUESTION: How do you think Mizzou matches up with Oklahoma State?

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