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Can a former president be subject to an impeachment trial? The Constitution is murky.
Most scholars think a president can be tried after he leaves office, as is happening to former president Donald Trump, but it is a political, not a legal, question.
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Plywood comes down around businesses in downtown D.C. as officials declare city ‘open for business’
Murals that had been painted on plywood in Black Lives Matter Plaza will be preserved and displayed.
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The incredible story of how 1,700 handwritten cards came from across the world for a group of D.C. hospital workers
It’s a story that involves community, social justice and singing — lots of singing.
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Virginia senator who called U.S. Capitol rioters ‘patriots’ is censured
State Sen. Amanda Chase is seeking the Republican nomination for governor.
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Ex-Fairfax police chief Rohrer steps in to temporarily lead department
Police Chief Edwin C. Roessler Jr.’s retirement leaves county’s police force without a full-time leader.
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Census Bureau aims to deliver state population totals by April 30
The announcement comes after a months-long battle over President Donald Trump's failed attempt to exclude undocumented immigrants from House representation.
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Maryland narrows Beltway, I-270 expansion options to adding four toll lanes to each
The state also has committed to expanding bike paths and sidewalks, highway officials say.
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D.C. alters vaccine website in response to demand as residents scramble to find doses
Richmond Mayor Levar M. Stoney (D) said Wednesday he has tested positive for the coronavirus.
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A thrift shop photo album is full of mystery photos of a District family
Old photos can be hard to keep. Can these be reunited with family members?
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Baby panda to make debut — online — at National Zoo
The National Zoo is closed but baby panda makes debut online
Senate committee is set to vote on Pete Buttigieg’s nomination as transportation secretary
Buttigieg, 39, would be the youngest person to hold the job and the first openly gay person confirmed to a Cabinet seat.
More mopeds may be coming to the District this spring
E-scooter and e-bike operator Lime plans to add motor-driven cycles to its D.C. fleet as part of a grow strategy to become the first micomobility operator to offer three modes of transportation through one platform.
Large majorities of the region’s nursing home workers have declined the coronavirus vaccine
Fueled by misinformation and mistrust, employees opted out, officials and unions say.
D.C.-area forecast: A little nicer today, cold and blustery tomorrow; Sunday winter storm?
Partly sunny and low-to-mid 40s today could be the most comfortable day of the forecast period.
Former Carlyle executive Glenn Youngkin joins race for Virginia governor
The political newcomer is the fifth Republican seeking the Executive Mansion in this year’s contest.
Washington was plunged into obscurity by Tuesday’s fog
Visibility at Washington Dulles International Airport was cut to half a mile.
Metro safety culture still needs work, board says
The Washington Metrorail Safety Commission issued the findings of three investigations from last fall.
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D.C. police sent 850 officers to the Capitol during insurrection, spent $8.8 million during week of Jan. 6
Police chief for the first time says a D.C. officer took his own life in aftermath of Capitol riot.
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D.C. requests support from 500 members of D.C. National Guard through March 12
City leaders cited upcoming impeachment trial, State of the Union and potential extremist activity March 4.
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One mother’s #BlackMaternalHealth was made better by having a Black doctor
Folasada Butler turned to Twitter after the birth of her twins to praise her physician.
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Fairfax County adopts policy barring cooperation with federal immigration agents
Officials say the “Trust Policy,” which prohibits county employees from sharing details about immigration status, addresses worries over seeking county aid during the pandemic.
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PM Update: Areas of fog into tonight, with some slick spots possible
Temperatures falling back to near or below freezing could cause some icy issues.
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Washington receives first measurable snow in 372 days, with another threat looming Sunday
D.C. ends third longest streak on record without measurable snow while some models show a significant storm threat Sunday into early next week.
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Pa. woman accused in theft of Pelosi laptop on home release as judge cautions what looked like spy thriller may be domestic dispute
Riley June Williams, 22, says a vengeful ex-boyfriend accused her of the act and sent messages in her name.
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Rate of TSA gun recoveries doubled in 2020 compared with a year earlier
Weapon seizures were down — but the rate of seizures was historic, the agency said.
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D.C.-area forecast: Lingering and freezing drizzle, then slowly drying out
Drizzle and light rain could pose icing problems in our northwestern suburbs during the morning, with a drying trend for the afternoon.
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Man slain in Prince George’s, police say
Victim found after shooting reported, according to police.
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Closed for virus, Washington Monument went unlit Sunday, officials say
But lights will be switched on manually until fix is made, Park Service says
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