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D.C.-area forecast: Cooler air takes over as fall weather returns to the region

We’ve got a generally nice weekend ahead, with clouds and breezes mostly behaving. Rain chances increase early next week.
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Alec Baldwin 'Rust' Shooting Interview Unwise, But Likely Not Harmful, Experts Say
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The feds must act to recover the billions in COVID aid foreign fraudsters stole
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Justice Kavanaugh on Roe v. Wade at 2018 confirmation hearing
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Justice Gorsuch on Roe v. Wade at 2017 confirmation hearing
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Former deputy arraigned on murder charges
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Mexico Seeing Spike in Asylum Applications as Migrants Seek Alternative to Settling in U.S.
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What Stacey Abrams' announcement means for Georgia and America
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AOC Calls out Leadership for Not Disciplining Lauren Boebert: 'It's Embarrassing'
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Job growth slows in November
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Woman with ‘the world’s biggest lips’ is getting even more injections
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Why Mexico's president is promoting a recall against himself
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The 6 best Christmas pop-up bars in NYC for the 2021 holiday season
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New York City School Finds 21 Weapons With Metal Detector on Day of Installation
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Parents of Michigan school shooting suspect charged
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Staten Island couple awarded $10 million after botched hysterectomy
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Crumbley parents face rare, but not unprecedented, charges in Michigan school shooting
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Rare blizzard warning in Hawaii as up to 12 inches of snow expected
A rare blizzard warning has been issued for the Big Island of Hawaii, with a large amount of snow anticipated.
Fabrizio Moretti, drummer of the Strokes, invites you to step into the rhythm of light
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U.K. Says Minority Groups Dying From COVID at Higher Rates Due to Vaccine Hesitancy
Vaccination against the virus has lowered death rates among all groups, but Black and South Asian residents of the U.K. die from COVID-19 at higher rates.
Lady Gaga responds to criticism of her performance in 'House of Gucci'
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US officials say humanitarian effort in Syria is another means to counter ISIS
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Kim Kardashian denies dissing ex-BFF Larsa Pippen over ‘RHOM’ comparison
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‘Wokeness’ Battle Engulfs Prominent NYC Museum After Ex-Employee’s Rant
REUTERSAn ugly battle has erupted between a prominent museum in New York City and a former employee who accused it of caving to “wokeness” by adding a Black man’s story to its exhibits, mirroring a conservative-led trend playing out in cultural institutions across the country.The Tenement Museum in the Lower East Side became the latest target of the so-called anti-woke brigade after the ex-employee claimed that introducing the Black man’s story to museum exhibits and tours would be akin to erasing the existing stories of European immigrants. Museum directors told The Daily Beast that’s nonsense.“It has always been part of our mission to tell complicated stories, and it’s always been part of our mission to expand the stories that we told while keeping the stories we already have,” Tenement Museum president Annie Polland told The Daily Beast.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Chipotle is selling cilantro-infused soap — but it’s already sold out
Cilantro recently added a cilantro-infused soap from their brand store, instigating the age-old argument over the soap-like taste of the culinary herb.
Tristan Thompson told pregnant Maralee Nichols he was ‘retiring’ in heated text: suit
Thompson's personal trainer Maralee Nichols is suing the Sacramento Kings player for child support, with the baby reportedly due this week.
Conde Nast Traveler reveals 2022 destination list
Conde Nast Traveler unveiled its 22 Best Places to Go in 2022 this week.
Deion Sanders had Brittany Renner give advice to Jackson State players
Brittany Renner, introduced to thunderous applause, told Jackson State players that her DMs are "like a Nike store."
Comedian Bill Burr rails against cancel culture: 'I also have the right to say whatever I want'
The comedian appeared on The Pat McAfee show and said he doesn't lose sleep worrying about being "canceled" online.