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Anthony Davis towers over the Wizards, who lose Bradley Beal early
Davis racked up 55 points as the Lakers' rise continued and the Wizards' woes reached new depths.
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Inside the weird vibes and existential debate after the Commanders-Giants tie
NFL players are used to receiving a black-and-white judgment every week, harsh but comforting. The Commanders' 20-20 tie with the Giants was an unsettling gray.
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Gunshots at substations cut electricity to 45,000; police seek motive
Multiple gunshots damaged two power substations in Moore County, N.C., leaving thousands without power and sparking a law enforcement investigation.
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The Commanders needed a decisive win. All they got were more ‘what-ifs.’
The Commanders are merely close to being a good team, and on Sunday, close didn’t get them anything but an indeterminate tie with the New York Giants.
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England’s Raheem Sterling leaves World Cup after reported home break-in
Sterling missed his team's round-of-16 match against Senegal and returned to England amid reports of an armed burglary at his family's home.
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PM Update: Sunny and mild conditions for Monday
Temperatures will drop below freezing tonight but will warm back up to around 50 degrees on Monday.
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GOP lawmakers largely silent after Trump suggests ‘termination’ of Constitution
Trump’s posts represent an escalation in his attacks on American institutions — one that scholars say must be heeded as a sign of how far he is willing to go to regain power.
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Commanders rally late to force overtime, settle for 20-20 tie with Giants
In a tight game with major NFC East ramifications, the Commanders and Giants couldn't settle anything and will meet again in two weeks.
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England tops Senegal at the World Cup, and look what’s coming next
France will meet England in a World Cup quarterfinal match in Qatar on Saturday.
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Historic election brings new American dreams to Pr. George’s council
The majority-Black county has been home to African immigrants and their families for years. Now they have a seat at the table.
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Latinos left behind amid historic Md. firsts lose their lone council rep
Prince George’s will be without a Latino council representative for the first time in 18 years — a period in which the community’s population nearly tripled.
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A Texas culture clash: Dueling parades over the meaning of Christmas
Drag queens performed at last year's event, prompting the ministers who co-sponsored it to exclude them this year — and city officials to launch a second, separate holiday parade.
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Kylian Mbappé, France’s joyful star, shines in a World Cup win over Poland
On another night of outrageous soccer from the top young player in the world, Mbappé set up the first goal before scoring two of high quality as France rolled past Poland.
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Fox News parts ways with Lara Trump, former president’s daughter-in-law
The decision could suggest the conservative-leaning channel is distancing itself from the former president's 2024 campaign.
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One killed in crash on B-W Parkway in Bowie, police say
The collision occurred around 3:30 a.m. on the parkway’s northbound side near Route 197 in Bowie, police said.
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Police find dead motorist in car in Potomac River
Fire officials made the discovery after responding to a report of the car in the river.
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NFL live updates: Commanders lead Giants, 10-0, in first quarter
The Commanders and Giants meet in an important NFC East battle. Follow along for live updates.
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World Cup live updates: England to face Senegal in round of 16
Group B winner England takes on Group A runner-up Senegal in a round-of-16 game in Khor, Qatar. Follow along for live updates and highlights from the World Cup.
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The new Israeli coalition is not to blame for Palestinian violence
Israelis experienced the worst wave of Palestinian terrorism 20 years ago, under governments willing to make territorial concessions.
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It’s not ethics driving the GOP’s response to Trump’s dinner
Some will see an opportunity.
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Winter meetings bring another reminder of all that’s changed for Nationals
Nationals GM Mike Rizzo and Manager Dave Martinez will speak with reporters in San Diego on Monday as the winter meetings begin.
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The ups and downs of the U.S. News & World Report rankings
It’s all about money, of course, not about honest service to the American people, especially not those who struggle over which college or university is best.
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A ‘Draft Raskin’ effort might be Democrats’ best shot in 2024
If President Biden doesn't run again, the Maryland congressman should step up.
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Gov. Youngkin is flying too close to the mountaintop
Cutting taxes as a recession looms is hardly prudent.
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Maryland’s Beltway toll lanes project might lead to higher taxes
And that's something we should discuss.
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Congress eyes end to military coronavirus vaccine mandate
Kevin McCarthy claims he worked out a deal with President Biden as part of a defense bill, but White House officials say nothing has been finalized.
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Keke Palmer confirms pregnancy in SNL monologue
The 'Nope' actress opened her jacket to show off her baby bump, while the rest of the show took a few jabs at Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker.
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The World Cup of Democracy might look like this
What if we cheered for the more-democratic country in each World Cup match? Here’s who would win.
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Man charged with threatening doctor caring for trans patients, LGBTQ kids
Federal prosecutors say Matthew Jordan Lindner, of Comfort, Tex., left death threats for a physician affiliated with Boston's National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center.
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Wedding websites are the latest gay rights battleground in Colorado
The Supreme Court on Monday considers if web designer Lorie Smith’s refusal to create same-sex union sites violates Colorado's public-accommodation law.
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