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About: arlington, virginia

Despite being organized politically as a "county," it is considered a central city of the Washington Metropolitan area. At a land area of just 26 square miles, it is the smallest self-governing county in the U.S. In 2005, Arlington was ranked first among walkable U.S. cities by the American Podiatric Medical Association. Arlington is the location of the Pentegon, Arlington National Cemetery, the Air Force Memorial and many other monuments.

Population: 209300
Local Newspapers: Washington Post Hall News The Arlington Connection
Local Sports Teams: Washington Redskins (NFL) Washington Nationals (MLB) Washington Capitals (NHL) Washington Wizards (NBA)
Local Colleges: Marymount University

Zip Codes associated with arlington, virginia: 22201 22202 22203 22204 22205 22206 22207 22209
Towns/Cities near arlington, virginia : Severn Corners Westover Rock Spring Bailey's Crossroads Fairlington Rosslyn Alexandria

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Whatever Your Taste, You Can Find It in Arlington

Elba Pozo grills chicken for the New Zealand sandwich with apricots, brie, and mango chutney. Cassatt's features a different New Zealand specialty every night Monday-Thursday.

Officials say Trump's Afghan plan involves 3,900 more troops

President Donald Trump speaks at Fort Myer in Arlington Va., Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, during a Presidential Address to the Nation about a strategy he believes will best position the U.S. to eventually declare victory in Afghani... . President Donald Trump speaks at Fort Myer in Arlington Va., Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, during a Presidential Address to the Nation about a strategy he believes will best position the U.S. to eventually declare victory in Afghani... .

Priest takes leave after disclosing past in the Ku Klux Klan

In this photo provided by the Catholic Diocese of Arlington, Va., Father William Aitcheson, a priest in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Arlington. Aitcheson is taking a leave of absence after disclosing he once was a member of the Ku Klux Klan.

Arlington Makes It Easier for Teachers to Stop Driving to School

Driving to school can be a major source of traffic congestion. But while Safe Routes to School programs aim to make walking and biking to school a safer, easier option for students, getting teachers and school staff to leave their cars at home is still new terrain.

10 Things to Know for Today

South Korean government officials wearing gas masks attend an anti-terror drill as part of Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise, in Goyang, South Korea, Monday, Aug. 21, 2017. U.S. and South Korean troops kicked off their annual drills Monday that come after U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korea exchanged warlike rhetoric in the wake of the North's two intercontinental ballistic missile tests last month.

Trump renews Afghan war commitment, sees no speedy exit

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Trump: US can't afford quick Afghanistan withdrawal, must continue the fight

Declaring the U.S. will win "in the end," President Donald Trump vowed Monday night to keep American troops fighting in Afghanistan despite his earlier inclination to withdraw. But he insisted the U.S. would not offer "a blank check" after 16 years of war, and he pointedly declined to say whether or when more troops might be sent.

President Trump outlines a "path foward" in Afghanistan at Fort Myer in Arlington Va., on Monday.

President Trump was frustrated and fuming. Again and again, in the windowless Situation Room at the White House, he lashed out at his national security team over the Afghanistan war, and the paucity of appealing options gnawed at him.

Photos of the Eclipse From Around Arlington

Around 2:40 p.m. this afternoon, workers and residents around Arlington flocked to rooftops and sidewalks as the sky darkened and a rare solar eclipse swept through the area. Those with protective eclipse viewing glasses were able to safely watch as the moon hid just over 80 percent of the sun.

CWT Assists with 88,185 Pounds of Cheese Export Sales

The product has been contracted for delivery in the period from September through November 2017. So far this year, CWT has assisted member cooperatives who have contracts to sell 47.076 million pounds of American-type cheeses and 3.013 million pounds of butter to 18 countries on five continents.

Everbrook Academy STEAM-Focused Preschool Debuts in Arlington

Arlington, Va, Aug. 21, 2017 -- It's full STEAM ahead at Everbrook Academy, an all-new 21 st century preschool in Crystal City, where classes begin this fall for the leaders of tomorrow. Emphasizing hands-on learning in STEAM - science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics - Everbrook Academy connects academic skills to practical application, bringing concepts to life in ways that are meaningful for children.

Security must be key in Afghan decision

Australia must make any decision on its role in Afghanistan based on the national interest, says a former national security adviser. US President Donald Trump will address troops in Arlington, Virginia on Tuesday, providing what the White House has described as an "update on the path forward for America's engagement in Afghanistan and South Asia".

Trump's Afghanistan Speech Kicks off Post-Bannon White House Era

American Enterprise Institute Adjunct Fellow Edward Conard weighs in on the firing of White House Chief Strategist Stephen Bannon. Conard speaks on 'Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.'

Ultramarathoner a familiar face at Delaware beach races new

Michael Wardian has tackled world records and distances of 100 miles and more, but the ultramarathoner still enjoys running local 5Ks at the Delaware beaches. Wardian, 43, lives in Arlington, Virginia, with his family, and his in-laws live in Rehoboth Beach.

The Latest: Trump to address nation Monday on Afghanistan

In this Aug. 15, 2017, photo, President Donald Trump points to members of the media as he answers questions in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York. Trump's racially fraught comments about a deadly neo-Nazi rally have thrust into the open some Republicans' deeply held doubts about his competency and temperament, in an extraordinary public airing of worries and grievances about a sitting president by his own party.

Why it's hard to rename Confederate roads in Virginia new

There has been renewed interest in Virginia to rename Confederate-named roads in the commonwealth after the violent protests broke out in Charlottesville earlier in the month. The only streets it doesn't own are those inside city limits or local streets in Arlington and Henrico, which did not turn over control of its roads to the state when the Byrd Road Act passed the General Assembly in 1932.

ASTRO Supports U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Final Rule

ARLINGTON, Va., August 18, 2017 The American Society for Radiation Oncology applauds the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission for yesterday's announcement of a final rule that updates the definition of medical events for permanent implant brachytherapy and protects patients' access to this treatment. The modifications to Part 35, Medical Use of Byproduct Material, of Title 10, the Code of Federal Regulations, are consistent with ASTRO recommendations and follow more than a decade of ASTRO members and staff working with the NRC and the Advisory Committee on the Medical Use of Isotopes .

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