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She was the only one to survive a lightning strike. She wonders why.
Amber Escudero-Kontostathis was among four people hospitalized after a lightning strike in Lafayette Square this month. The other three died.
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D.C. to publish monkeypox data online after critique from council members
D.C. Health said the dashboard was in the works for a while and will include demographic data about cases and vaccine recipients.
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Proposed salmon farm stirs concern for last of Md. sturgeon
Environmentalists and scientists fear the facility could be harmful.
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Youngkin plans trip to Michigan, repeats criticism of Justice Department
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin plans to campaign for GOP in Michigan, repeats criticism of Justice Department over search of Trump's home in Florida.
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P.M. Update: Mainly clear and quite pleasant through Wednesday
This streak of delightful August weather just doesn't want to stop delivering.
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Man charged with murder in killing of Md. ride-share driver
Prince George's County police said the motive of the fatal shooting was an attempted robbery.
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Judge upends plea deals of pair accused of trying to sell U.S. secrets
A judge said the proposed prison terms for Jonathan Toebbe and his wife, Diana, were too lenient, given the potential damage to national security.
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The patron saint of travel coincidence spreads blessings everywhere
Is it fate that brings us to the same places or something more mundane?
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David Blair files for recount in primary for Montgomery County executive
Blair opted for a manual recount of the more than 140,000 votes cast in his Democratic primary race again incumbent County Executive Marc Elrich.
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Johns Hopkins wants to change policing. Many fear it won’t work.
Johns Hopkins University has spent years trying to create a private campus police force. After protests and a two-year "pause" on the project, the school is moving ahead.
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Seaplanes are coming to Washington. But they’ll land on ... land.
The seaplane is the latest mode of a transportation to debut in a traffic-clogged region constantly searching for faster methods of travel.
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D.C.-area forecast: A few showers possible today, but a bit warmer
Mostly nice weather Wednesday through Friday before a muggier weekend
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Navy says dueling lease proposals for Greenbury Point not under consideration
The Navy says dueling proposals for Greenbury Point mean that neither option is under consideration.
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Five weekend homicides in Prince George’s show ‘tragic trend of gun violence’
Weekend shootings brought the number of homicides Prince George’s police have investigated to 62 this year, still down compared with 84 the same time last year.
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Driver did not intentionally crash car into Arlington pub, police say
Arlington police have also ruled out alcohol as a factor in the wreck that injured 15.
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PM Update: Occasional raindrops, but drier than not with some sun Tuesday
Showers continue to focus south and west. It'll be slightly warmer Tuesday.
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Audit: Va. didn’t use lessons from earlier snowstorm to avoid I-95 meltdown
The review by the Virginia inspector general offers clues into what went wrong over 36 hours along the highway south of Washington.
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No sign man who fired shots near Capitol was ‘politically motivated,’ police say
Richard A. York III, 29, drove his vehicle into a barricade near the U.S. Capitol on Sunday, fired shots indiscriminately and then killed himself, police said.
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Giuliani is target in Georgia criminal probe of possible interference in 2020 election, lawyer says
A judge ruled that Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) must testify, rejecting the senator's arguments. Graham plans to appeal.
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When it comes to head-smacking coincidences, all the world’s a stage
“Go ahead,” she said. “No one here knows you.” If only she was right.
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President Biden to rally Democrats in Maryland next week
President Biden will rally Democrats ahead of the midterms next week. He's set to headline a Democratic National Committee event in the Maryland suburbs of Washington.
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Anne Heche dies at 53: Remembering the wide-ranging actress in photos
Anne Heche, an actress whose roles ranged from a stress-ball White House aide in “Wag the Dog” to a Bates Motel stabbing victim in a remake of “Psycho,” but who claimed she was “blacklisted” from major studio projects in the late 1990s after she and Ellen DeGeneres broke ground as a celebrity same-sex couple, was taken off life support on Aug. 14. She was 53.
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One person is dead after crash in Maryland
Police said the driver of a vehicle was killed and a passenger suffered injuries.
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D.C.-area forecast: Showery and cool into Tuesday, then some warm sunshine
Wednesday through Friday are the week's nicest days.
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