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Mark Zuckerberg is being sued over Cambridge Analytica breach

Mark Zuckerberg is the target of a new lawsuit for his role in the Cambridge Analytica data breach at Facebook. Washington, D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine has filed a lawsuit, claiming Zuckerberg failed to protect consumer data following the breach. The Cambridge Analytica breach was brought to light back in...
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Washington Commanders acquire option to purchase land in Virginia for potential new stadium site, per report

The Washington Commanders have been eyeing an exit from FedEx Field for years, and a new report indicates they have started to put things in motion. The team has acquired an option to purchase 200 acres of land in Prince William County, Virginia, that could serve as the site for a new stadium and more. The option to purchase the land would cost the franchise $100 million, according to the Washington Post.
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Watch: New church video presents 360-degree virtual tour of Washington D.C. Temple

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has created a virtual tour that provides viewers with 360-degree views outside and inside the Washington D.C. Temple. The virtual YouTube video tour starts outside the temple and takes viewers inside, providing views of the welcome desk, walkway bridge, dressing rooms, baptistry, bride’s room, a sealing room, staircases, initiatory area, an endowment room and the celestial room.

Akridge, National Real Estate Development Break Ground on Stacks Residential Project in D.C.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Akridge and National Real Estate Development have broken ground on Phase I of The Stacks, a residential development in Washington, D.C.’s Buzzard Point neighborhood. Situated along the Anacostia River in the city’s Capitol Riverfront district, The Stacks will comprise three towers featuring 1,100 apartments and 35,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. More than 10 percent of the apartments will be income-restricted. Bank OZK provided construction financing for Phase I, which is slated to deliver in 2025. The developers tapped general contractor Clark Construction Group to build Phase I and engaged Gensler, Morris Adjmi Architects, Handel Architects, Eric Colbert & Associates, West 8, Lee & Associates, DXA, HOK and Hickok Cole for the project’s overall design. The Stacks is jointly owned by Akridge, Bridge Investment Group, Blue Coast Capital and institutional funds managed by National Real Estate Advisors, parent company of National Real Estate Development.

Wegmans Opens New 81,300 SF Grocery Store in Metro D.C., Two More Planned to Open

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Wegmans, an upscale supermarket chain based in Rochester, N.Y., is expanding in metropolitan Washington, D.C. In early May, the grocer opened an 81,300-square-foot store at 150 Stovall St. in Alexandria, Va., a store that anchors Stonebridge’s Carlyle Crossing mixed-use development. The Alexandria store opened earlier this month and is the 14th Wegmans in Virginia and 107th nationwide. The grocer also plans to open an 85,000-square-foot store within the Halley Rise development in Reston, Va., and an 84,000-square-foot store at the $640 million City Ridge development in northwest Washington, D.C. The City Ridge store will open in July and the Reston store is set to open in early 2023. Wegmans is also opening an 84,000-square-foot store in Wilmington, Del., this fall.

Inspire Brands teams with CloudKitchens, explores modular drive-thru units

CHICAGO — Inspire Brands is betting on the power of small restaurant models. Frank Inoa, Inspire's vice president of design and engineering innovation, told a panel on kitchen innovation at the National Restaurant Association Show on Sunday that the company has partnered with CloudKitchens to open ghost kitchen locations and will soon experiment with modular drive-thru units.

Noah and Josephus Lyles inducted into ACPS Athletics Hall of Fame

Noah Lyles, the world champion sprinter and Olympic bronze medalist can add another trophy to his collection, as he and his speedster brother Josephus Lyles have been chosen for induction into the 2022 ACPS Athletic Hall of Fame. “Noah Lyles is a world record holder, world champion, bronze medal winner...

Class of 2025 of USNA Caps the Herndon Monument in over 3 Hours

It’s a tradition that pits the newest of midshipmen against a rock-solid monument dosed with hundreds of pounds of slippery baker’s shortening. Over 1,000 classmates used each other to climb the 21-foot-high monument that honors a Navy Captain who went down with his ship in the 1850s, off the coast of North Carolina, after trying to save as many of his crew from the force of a hurricane.
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Send Off Planned June 9 To Recognize Area Veterans On Honor Flight DFW

Four area veterans will be honored at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, June 9, in front of Hopkins County Courthouse with a send-off for Honor Flight DFW, which will carry them to Washington D.C. to see the veterans memorials and participate in special events designed specifically for veterans. All are encouraged to come downtown to help show appreciation and to honor these men who have served.
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Governor May Veto F.C. Bill To Expand Board Memberships

Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin initially vetoed a bill that passed both houses of the state legislature unanimously that was requested by the City of Falls Church to permit volunteers to serve on City boards and commissions if they are not City residents. The legislature offered two new amendments to the bill last month and the governor now has until the end of next week to confirm his veto.

Run for the Wall to stop in Mt. Vernon, Ill. Tues.

MOUNT VERNON, Ill. (KFVS) - Motorcyclists traveling to Washington, D.C. for their annual ride will again make a pitstop this year in Mount Vernon, Illinois. Hundreds of bikers participating in the Run For the Wall are expected to start arriving at 10:50 a.m. on Tuesday, May 24. They will exit...

NEW: Tysons Biergarten returns, opening at Scotts Run this week

Land ho! After over two years of anticipated arrivals dashed against the rocky shores of the COVID-19 pandemic and various construction-related challenges, Shipgarten will dock at last in Scotts Run near the McLean Metro station on Thursday (May 26). Morning Notes. Today at 7:34am. Route 123 and International Drive...