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  1. A taco cicadas is seen at Cocina on Market restaurant, as Brood X or Brood 10 cicadas have begun em

    Guess who's coming to dinner? Virginia chef serves up tasty cicada tacos

    For many Washington-area residents, the coming of the 17-year cicadas is a dreaded nuisance, but for chef Tobias Padovano it is a rare culinary ...
  2. Virus Outbreak Nation's Capital

    Washington DC aims for full reopening, with masks, by Jun 11

    Washington DC is emerging from its pandemic quarantine.
  3. Restaurants serve customers outside as Phase One of reopening begins in Northern Virginia

    Minnesota, Virginia join US states easing COVID-19 restrictions

    The governors of two more U.S. states said on Thursday they were lifting most restrictions that were put in place to combat the spread of the ...
  4. Biden

    Companies, wealthy must pay 'fair share' to fund college, childcare: Biden

    President Joe Biden on Monday (May 3) called on wealthy Americans and corporations to pay their "fair share" to fund free community college and ...
  5. COVID-19 vaccinations in Virginia

    Virginia law denies benefit to some healthcare workers who refuse COVID-19 vaccine

    Virginia has passed a law making it easier for some healthcare workers who become ill with COVID-19 to collect medical expenses or lost wages.
  6. Confederate Monuments Charlottesville

    Charlottesville can remove Confederate statues: High court

    Virginia's highest court ruled on Thursday (Apr 1) that the city of Charlottesville can take down two statues of Confederate generals, including ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Dry cleaners struggle as work from home continues in Philadelphia

    Rise in US weekly jobless claims belies improving labor market conditions

    The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week, though the labour market recovery is gaining ...
  8. Assault-on-Protesters

    KKK member sentenced for driving into crowd of protesters

     An acknowledged member of the Ku Klux Klan was sentenced Tuesday to three years and eight months in prison on charges he drove his pickup truck ...
  9. A visitor uses a mobile phone in front of the Cisco booth at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

    Cisco ordered to pay US$1.9 billion in US patent lawsuit, has pledged appeal

    A US judge on Monday ordered Cisco Systems to pay US$1.9 billion after a Virginia company accused it of infringing patents related to complex ...