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High Court ruled 5-4 today to uphold what some call 'Obamacare.'
Virginia has more than a million residents who are uninsured.
The Supreme Court on Thursday handed down a decision on the Affordable Health Care Act. Do you agree? Vote in our Patch poll.
Two very different approaches to investing in better communities have been on display this week.
Government, Business, Summer
Fans, repair services are available for those who qualify.
Lance Cpl. Niall W. Coti-Sears, 23, died on Saturday.
Alexandria City Councilman Rob Krupicka says education is his top priority and promises to fight against "right-wing extremism."
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Two lucky Arlingtonians will be clocking in at the White House this summer.
The U.S. Senate candidate met with members of the Latino community during a campaign stop in Arlington on Friday.
Northern Virginia voters will choose among Democrats, Republicans and Independent candidates in congressional races come November.
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