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D.C.-area officials move to help abortion clinics after Roe ruling
Local officials expect an influx of patients from states with trigger laws that went into effect after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
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Hogan’s former chief of staff faces new federal charge
McGrath is facing dozens of charges in state and federal court, including wire fraud and embezzlement, stemming from his departure from Maryland Environmental Service.
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From Harry Truman: A lesson in paying it forward, one glove at a time
The time a young intelligence officer got a lesson in frugality from a president.
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Potential tropical storm could douse northern South America and Aruba
A second tropical rainstorm could bring localized flooding to southeast Texas this weekend
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Montgomery County leaders address rise in youth violence
County police, school and government leaders hope initiatives aimed at violence prevention and community engagement will keep crime numbers down and children safe this summer.
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Mount Vernon Triangle offers walkability to loads of attractions
WHERE WE LIVE | The Northwest Washington neighborhood has condo living and an emerging restaurant scene.
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Is Prince George’s still the richest majority-Black county in America?
The best data shows neighboring Charles County has become majority-Black in recent years, and incomes there are much higher than in Prince George's County.
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Youngkin meets with megadonors amid hints he’s mulling White House bid
The Republican governor also plans to headline a Nebraska GOP event, and has begun speaking more often about the needs of “Americans,” not just “Virginians."
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D.C.-area forecast: Gradually warmer today and tomorrow before a hot Friday
Shower and storm chances return for the Fourth of July weekend.
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Girl, 6, critically wounded in double shooting
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Tuesday seemed oddly cool, quite dry and highly welcome in Washington’s summer
Blue skiy, white clouds, bright sun and low humidity join for late-June delight
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Trump sought to lead armed mob to Capitol on Jan. 6, aide says
Cassidy Hutchinson delivered stunning revelations about events inside the White House on the day of the Capitol attack.
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Cassidy Hutchinson’s path from trusted insider to explosive witness
In Trump’s White House, she had extraordinary access and in the eyes of many White House staffers, she had inordinate power.
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Trump had his own rampage as rioters assaulted Capitol, aide says
Dramatic new testimony revealed how the president’s famous temper flared during critical hours on Jan. 6 and earlier.
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Trump’s had bad moments, but few worse than Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony
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In Hutchinson’s testimony, experts see ‘nuggets’ for Justice probe
An ex-White House aide’s revelations about conversations before, during, and after Jan. 6 offer new insight that legal experts said could be of use to prosecutors as they weigh a case against Donald Trump.
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D.C. Council allows adults over 21 easier access to medical marijuana
The council also voted for an emergency bill allowing medical providers to vaccinate minors after seeking permission from a parent or legal guardian.
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Justice Clarence Thomas called himself a termite. It fits.
At a conference for conservatives, Justice Thomas is feted for his persistence and survival skills.
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Md. man charged with murder as he awaits retrial in quadruple shooting
After Victor Coley’s conviction on assault charges was thrown out, one of the victims of the shooting died, and prosecutors upgraded the charge.
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Suspended Metro cars are being stored improperly, safety panel says
Metro is not doing enough to keep defective rail cars that pose a safety hazard separated from the rest of its fleet, the transit system’s safety regulator said.
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Four years later, Annapolis remembers Capital Gazette shooting victims
Friends, friends and survivors gathered at the Guardians of the First Amendment memorial to honor those killed in the Capital Gazette mass shooting.
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Abortion rights activists direct fury at Biden, Democratic leaders
Abortion rights protests this week include a banner targeting President Biden, a march outside Senate office buildings and nonviolent civil disobedience to demand leaders act now.
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Italy hits record June temperatures as another heat wave sweeps Europe
Temperatures were 15 to 35 degrees above normal over much of Eastern Europe, the Mediterranean and North Africa.
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Man sentenced to 16 years for 2020 killing of D.C. construction worker
George Miler, 28, had pleaded guilty in the slaying of Elias Flores, an avid fisherman and devoted grandfather.
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Baker paused his bid, rivals sought his endorsement. Why hasn’t it come?
It’s unclear whether Baker, who received public financing, would have to repay the money or if he is allowed to endorse another candidate.
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Fairfax changes Lee magisterial district to Franconia
The nine-member county board unanimously approved a measure to change the name of the district honoring Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee to the Franconia district.
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After 48 years brightening area gardens, Roozen’s Nursery has closed
Trained as tulip growers, the Roozen brothers left the Netherlands behind for a future in America.
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A tropical wave could become Tropical Storm Bonnie in Caribbean
A second tropical system could materialize in the Gulf and bring heavy rain to Texas toward the end of the week
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Man shot in downtown Washington during morning rush hour
Police said the man, who was conscious and breathing, was struck near the 1200 block of 12th Street NW.
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Who is Cassidy Hutchinson?
Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide to Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, has become one of the most useful witnesses for the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol by a mob of pro-Trump supporters.
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