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New York Attorney General Letitia James plans to run for governor
James led sexual harassment probe against former governor Cuomo.
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New federal judges in D.C., Va. and Md. show Biden’s push to diversify bench
Judges with backgrounds as public defenders and civil rights advocates have been confirmed.
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Using stickers, he has spread poetry across the nation’s capital
Thousands of the black and white stickers have appeared on bike racks, stop signs and other places people pass daily.
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Vulnerable Democrats are eager to have something to sell to voters, but are worried about what is being left out of Biden’s economic package
Democrats facing competitive reelection campaigns argue that expanding Medicaid into certain states, allowing the government to negotiate prescription drug prices, expanding Medicare coverage and providing for paid family leave are key to winning over voters.
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Teachers protest staffing shortages in Maryland school system
Montgomery County educators say they are exhausted — and it’s only October.
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As scrutiny over leaked emails rises, Tanya Snyder tells owners the WFT was not the source
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Arlington Cemetery to recreate solemn 1921 procession to Tomb of the Unknowns
On November 11, Arlington Cemetery will recreate parts of the huge procession that accompanied the unknown soldier to his Tomb in 1921. The public is invited to watch the commemoration, which will include a military flyover.
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The 14 things you need to know about Trump’s letter in the Wall Street Journal
Running through the important points.
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Our dumbed-down debate over the DOJ and schools
The political debate over our schools could sure use some lessons in reading comprehension.
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Vaccinated and ready, poll workers are back for Virginia’s governor race
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Who is killing the billionaires’ tax?
This time, a lot of Democrats may be the culprits.
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PM Update: Winds wane for a seasonably cool night. Rather pleasant Thursday.
We've got some calm before the next storm over the next 24-plus hours. That storm may bring a coastal flood threat.
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When a saint draws the Virgin, so much is in the details
Rogier van der Weyden’s depiction of Saint Luke drawing the Virgin is more than just a meditation on the art of painting.
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When is a gun not a gun? When it’s actually a beer tap.
Familiar objects can take on a sinister appearance when X-rayed at the airport.
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Violent Texas tornado tosses trees, vehicle as powerful storm develops in Central U.S.
The storm system will sweep eastward bringing severe weather to the South, and eventually more heavy rain and wind to East Coast
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The Braves lost their ace to a broken leg. Where do they go from here?
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The movie ‘Passing’ tells a stirring if slightly inert tale of racial identity and racism
Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga play mixed-race friends, one whom “passes” for White in 1920s New York.
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Conservatives embrace safe spaces and trigger warnings
The right now demands that you take account of their feelings, just like liberals.
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Texas GOP lawmaker launches investigation of books on race and sexuality used in school districts
Texas State Rep. Matt Krause, who is running for state attorney general, asked schools if their libraries or classrooms carry any books in a list of 850 titles.
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Jamin Davis is dealing with some growing pains. Washington’s solution: Play him more.
The game has started to slow down for Davis, Washington's first-round draft pick, and the team is having him take on a bigger role.
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Jamin Davis is dealing with some growing pains. Washington’s solution: Play him more.
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Judge rules that opponents may call Project Veritas a ‘political spying operation’ in ongoing case
The ruling marks a setback to the conservative organization as it prepares to defend itself against a lawsuit.
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Where to celebrate Halloween with family festivals, costumed pups or spooky food
Halloween 2021 is shaping up as a return to normal in the D.C. area
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'When do we get to use the guns?’: The ongoing danger of false fraud claims
People have already died because of dishonest fraud claims. If those claims continue, more will.
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Raiders owner Mark Davis says there should be a written report from WFT investigation
Davis is the first NFL owner to publicly push for written findings from the investigation into the Washington Football Team's workplace culture.
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Raiders owner Mark Davis says there should be a written report from WFT investigation
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How would Democrats’ billionaires tax actually work?
Explaining that and other tax proposals Democrats are considering to try to pay for their social spending bill, such as the corporate minimum tax and the SALT deductions
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Montgomery County to lift indoor mask mandate Thursday
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Rafael Morfin, Washington Post newsroom finance manager, dies at 62
His duties included processing invoices and financially planning the future investments of the newsroom.
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She might get top billing, but ‘Celia and Fidel’ at Arena Stage shortchanges the female revolutionary
World premiere run of Eduardo Machado’s play about Celia Sánchez and Castro was shut down immediately after opening night at the start of pandemic.
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