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- Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission endorses Children's Song
- After visa snags, all-girl Afghan team honored for 'courageous achievement' at international robotics competition
- Air alarm at White House, Bush moved to safety
- American Airlines plane overshoots runway in Jamaica; injuries reported
- American Thom Mayne snags Pritzker architecture prize
- Anti-abortion March for Life draws thousands in Washington, D.C.
- Anti-war protestors arrested outside White House
- Cadillac unveils Obama's 'Beast', the 2009 Presidential State Car
- Canadian Prime Minister Harper meets with U.S. President Bush
- Capitol Hill fries and toast French again
- Chicago approves new handgun regulations
- China warns US to avoid trade confrontation
- Cindy Sheehan arrested inside Rayburn Building in Washington DC
- Comedians lampoon Bush at White House Correspondents' Dinner
- Controversial development training cited in religious discrimination lawsuits
- George and Laura Bush introduce 2008 White House egg roll
- Ginsburg becomes first United States Supreme Court justice to officiate a same-sex marriage
- Glenn Beck to hold controversial 'Restoring Honor' rally at Lincoln Memorial
- Gunman kills one at Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C.
- Gyrocopter lands on US Capitol's west lawn
- Magnitude 3.6 earthquake shakes Washington, D.C.
- Magnitude 5.8 earthquake in Virginia felt up and down U.S. east coast, Pentagon evacuated
- Major snowstorm sweeps across Eastern US
- Man accused of Holocaust Museum shooting dies
- Man sets himself on fire outside US White House
- McCain, Obama win "Potomac Primary" states
- Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton present 2012 International Women of Courage Awards
- Patient under evaluation with Ebola-like symptoms in Washington D.C.
- Photo Essay: Cherry Blossoms Bloom in DC
- Photo essay: Valentine's Day at the U.S. Viet Nam War Memorial
- Photoessay: Fat Tuesday Easy in DC
- Photoessay: The Idiotarod: When Good Shopping Carts Go Bad
- Poverty rises as food prices increase
- Prince Harry of Wales to be awarded for humanitarian work
- Sallie Mae leads Consumer Financial Protection Bureau complaints about student loans
- San Diego State University pitcher taken first in baseball draft
- Sandra Fluke insists she will not be silenced
- Sandra Fluke, Chelsea Clinton, Christine Quinn on women in politics
- Scooter Libby gets 30 months in Plame case
- Senior U.S. aviation official resigns after crisis in control towers termed 'unacceptable'
- Shots fired on Capitol Hill
- Sirius CEO visits congress
- SLM shareholders led by Martin Garbus sue Spider-Man creator Stan Lee and Marvel for $750m
- Spider-Man to save Obama's Inauguration Day in upcoming Marvel comic
- Students evacuated after police find suspected drug lab at Georgetown University
- Subway train derails in Washington, D.C.
- Suicide bombing in Afghanistan kills six US NATO members
- Sweeping bank regulatory overhaul passed in US House of Representatives
- U.S. Capitol Police kill man during traffic stop turned chase
- U.S. commuter blows up section of Washington D.C. Bridge
- U.S. president attends White House tee ball game
- U.S. Secret Service conducts drone exercise
- U.S. Senate passes immigration reform bill
- UK Foreign Secretary meets US Secretary of State in Washington, D.C.
- Uninvited couple passes Secret Service checkpoint, crashes White House state dinner
- United States: Emergency calls from Great Mills High School shooting released
- US astronomers announce discovering ten tiny Jovian satellites
- US Capitol lockdown lifted after shooting
- US East Coast prepares for blizzard
- US General David Petraeus passes out during Senate testimony
- US House of Representatives passes India nuclear bill
- US political pundit Bre Payton, 26, dies suddenly
- US President Obama celebrates his first Martin Luther King Jr. Day while in office
- US Representative Anthony Weiner resigns over sexual conduct
- US Secret Service discovers third uninvited guest at White House dinner
- US Secret Service officer arrested during prostitution sting
- US Senator Ted Kennedy collapses during inaugural luncheon
- Washington Metro collision kills nine, injures many
- Washington, D.C. sniper John Allen Muhammad executed by lethal injection
- Waters on trial for House ethics charges
- West Wing of White House evacuated
- White House considers sending Guantanamo Bay prisoners to Illinois
- White House press center evacuated after bomb scare
- White House, Capitol Building evacuated as small plane enters no-fly zone
- Wikimania 2012 announces Mary Gardiner as keynote speaker
- Wikimania 2012 tackles diversity issues
- Wikinews interviews former Salt Lake City mayor and 2012 presidential candidate Rocky Anderson
- Wikinews interviews US National Archives Wikipedian in Residence
- Wikinews Shorts: September 2, 2010
- Wikinews Shorts: September 4, 2010/Abbas, Netanyahu to meet regularly
- Winter wonderland: the recent U.S. blizzard in photos
- Woman arrested for heckling Chinese President Hu at White House
- Wuerl appointed Washington, D.C.'s new bishop