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Teen steals Washington Metro bus, picks up fares, hits a tree

Washington - Police investigators are working to discover just how a teenager was able to bypass security and board an empty bus at a city bus depot. The teen then took a seat behind the wheel and drove away, picking up passengers before slamming into a tree.

DC Voting Rights Postponed Over 'Voting vs. Gun Rights' Debate

The move to grant Washington D.C. full representation in the US House of Representatives has slowed down. It has turned into a fight between voting rights and gun rights.

Man Embarks On 440 Mile Walk To DC To Promote Ten Commandments

The debate about religion could pop up once again as a funeral director and former US Marine has walked from Tennessee to Washington D.C. He wants the US Congress to pass a law allowing the Ten Commandments in public buildings.

DC Voting Rights Bill Passes Through US Senate

Washington D.C. is on the verge of getting full representation in the United House of Representatives by a vote of 61-37. However, there is an attached amendment to scrap most of the District’s local gun-control laws.

Debate On Washington DC Voting Rights Opens Up Again

With Democrats in control of the White House and both Houses of the United States Congress, the citizens of Washington D.C. are positive about having voting rights for the city.

Schools Within and Near D.C. Contemplate Canceling Classes On Jan. 20

Prelude to the inauguration of Democratic US President-elect Barack Obama into office on January 20, Washington D.C.’s schools are debating canceling classes for that day.

Supreme Court Seems to be Leaning Toward Protecting Individual Gun Rights

Bill Of Rights, Amendment II, also known as The Second Amendment states:- Right to keep and bear arms. "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."

Op-Ed: The right to bear arms, and create a controversy in the middle of an election

The Second Amendment is about to get a bit of exercise, jogging around the Supreme Court. The legal arguments are interesting as much for the ability to be seen as self-serving by practically everybody, as their content.

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