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Op-Ed: Top 10 comic books that should become movies

As Marvel continues to build its cinematic universe (and DC begins to build its counterpart), there is still a treasure trove of heroes as yet untapped by film or television.

SA embassy unveiled Nelson Mandela statue in Washington, DC

Washington - A nine foot (three meter) statue of Nelson Mandela, with his fist raised as it was when he walked out of Victor Verster prison a free man on February 11, 1990, has been unveiled outside South Africa's embassy in Washington, DC on Saturday.

Who will be the new Batman?

With Zack Snyder having announced what direction the DC Universe is going in, with the announcement of the Batman & Superman crossover movie, speculation is rife as to who will don the cape and cowl.

A message from Adam Kokesh's girlfriend

Activist Adam Kokesh's girlfriend recently released a video message on Kokesh's official YouTube channel, following a quick visit with him in prison.

Larry King joins RT with interview show (video)

Washington - "Larry King Now" will be the latest addition to the RT News schedule, as the award-winning interviewer with his trademark suspenders goes face to face with some really interesting people.

Sinkhole opens up and disrupts D.C. traffic during rush hour

Washington - A sinkhole opened up on an intersection in downtown Washington, D.C. on Tuesday. The streets around the sinkhole were closed and this caused problems during rush hour.

New DC Metro ads expose ExxonMobil oil spill in Arkansas

Washington - Environmental groups are urging the State Department to stop construction on the Keystone XL Pipeline. Starting from Monday, consumer watchdog organization, SumOfUs.org is placing ads in the DC metro system, exposing images of the Arkansas oil spill.

Review: 'Injustice: Gods Among Us' pits heroes against heroes Special

'Injustice: Gods Among Us' is NetherRealm Studios follow up to the success of the 'Mortal Kombat' reboot, but this more then just a fighting game set in the DC Universe.

Washington Monument repairs underway from 2011 earthquake damage Special

Washington - The Washington Monument is undergoing repairs for the significant damage that occurred during the 2011 earthquake. Currently, scaffolding is constructed and the extensive repair work is expected to take several months.

DC killing off Batman’s Robin

DC comics is planning to kill Batman's sidekick Robin. A brutal enemy will kill Robin in a comic book that will be published on Wednesday.

D.C.'s Union Station continues to be restored post-earthquake Special

Washington - Restorations at Washington D.C.'s landmark Union Station continue to be made after the earthquake that occurred in summer of 2011 caused some damage.

Whistleblower John Kiriakou parties before going to jail (video)

Washington - Former CIA officer and accused whistleblower, John Kiriakou hosted a party prior to heading to jail to serve his 30 month sentence. RT was there. The video shows some of the party itself, as well as interviews with Kiriakou and another whistleblower.

DC businesses prepare for next week's Inauguration Day Special

Washington - Inauguration Day is a busy time in Washington. As the city and government officials prepare for hundreds of thousands of people expected to arrive for this year's event, local businesses are also steadily getting ready for the crowds.

Washington prepares for President Obama's 2nd inauguration Special

Washington - As Inauguration Day approaches in the U.S., Washington is full of activity as it readies for the large crowd expected next week. On Sunday, a full rehearsal took place on Capitol Hill.

Anti-Jihad ads heading for Washington, DC

Washington - In a court ruling, it was decided that anti-Jihad adverts could be displayed in the Washington, DC metro, as has already been done in New York City and San Francisco.

Op-Ed: A tour of ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos Special

While on a day trip to our nation's capital, I decided to stop by the lovely Newseum for the third time in my life. What was different about this visit though, was that I was able to tour the studio of one of the most well-known news shows in America.

MLS: TFC record worst start in MLS history after loss to United Special

Toronto - On and off the pitch frustration could be seen on the faces and body language of Toronto FC players as another game slipped from its collective grasp to suffer yet another defeat.

Occupy Monsanto protest in Washington, DC on Friday

Washington - The U.S. government recently approved a Monsanto seed experiment across America, and Occupy Monsanto is now getting on their case by protesting in Washington, DC.

Op-Ed: Washington DC Tops Budget Hotel Quality List

According to a study recently released by one of the major players in the global budget lodging industry, budget hotels in Washington ranked the highest of the 25 major cities evaluated for “overall quality.”

The Flash Movie - Goyer Out, Levy In

David Goyer has quit, and Shawn Levy has stepped on board to direct Warner Brothers' The Flash.

Whedon Quits Wonder Woman

Joss Whedon, who had been developing a big-screen adaptation of DC Comics superhero Wonder Woman, parted ways with the studio

Warner Bros. lassos "Wonder Woman" spec script

The studio and producer Joel Silver have been developing a big-screen version of the DC Comics superhero.

The Onion Coming to D.C.

Beginning the first week of April, the Onion will begin distribution in Washington D.C. The cost? Free of charge, they will make their money to operate with ad space with help from The Post.

Man gets 65 Years for the Murder of Veteran NY Times Reporter in DC

"Well, then, what was the intent if an individual gives up his wallet and continues to get pummeled and pummeled and pummeled?" Judge Erik Christian asked.

D.C. Names Female Police Chief

Washington Mayor-Elect Names Woman As New Police Chief
 

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