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Protesters march in Washington for immigration reform
Immigrants, advocates and community members are marching to demand that Congress include a pathway to citizenship in the budget reconciliation package.
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Imam charged with sexually assaulting girl who sought his help, police say
Said Shirzadi, 36, serves as imam at Annandale’s Mustafa Center.
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The end of ‘Dave Thomas Circle’ arrives as Wendy’s shuts doors at an infamous D.C. intersection
The city used eminent domain to acquire the property, where it is planning a $35 million remake of the treacherous intersection.
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Five people, including boy, shot in Southeast Washington
All victims are conscious and breathing, police said. The shooting happened in front of a convenience store on Alabama Avenue near Suitland Parkway.
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Metro considers another round of lower fares to lure riders back
The transit agency is once again considering restructuring fares after Metro’s board passed discounts and fee waivers for bus and rail customers in June.
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D.C.-area forecast: Warm with considerable clouds today; some rain on the way for Wednesday into Thursday
Rain and clouds should clear out in time for a fine Friday and wonderful weekend.
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Family spots wild zebras of Prince George’s, according to dad’s account
Before Sunday success, a Saturday effort had failed, former White House aide says.
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Same robbers carry out seven holdups Saturday in NW, D.C. police say
The robberies occurred within three hours early Saturday, according to police.
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Arlington County approves new logo, meant to capture ties to D.C. and Alexandria
The new logo replaces an old one depicting Arlington House, the mansion once home to Robert E. Lee.
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Va. judge tells young victim of sex abuse: ‘Your government has failed you’
A Fairfax County judge blasted the prosecutor’s office for its plea deal with a man who abused the girl for years.
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Post-Schar School poll: Northam’s popularity waning during final months as Virginia governor
The governor receives positive marks in handling the economy and the coronavirus pandemic. But his weak image could hurt Democrats in November.
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Metrobus driver involved in multi-vehicle Maryland collision remains hospitalized
The Sunday afternoon crash on Rockville Pike is being investigated by Metro and Montgomery County police.
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Immigrants are there for these retirees. So the retirees decided to be there for them.
The residents of Goodwin House decided to do something extraordinary for 90 immigrant workers at the senior-living facility.
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PM Update: Turning cloudier and muggier through Tuesday
Onshore flow is increasing moisture levels around here.
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Engaging the outer eye at Arlington’s famed Inner Ear Recording Studios
As the Abbey Road of D.C.’s punk scene prepares to close, let’s explore its artwork.
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Climate protesters arrested outside Senate office buildings
Protesters are calling for funding the first-ever Civilian Climate Corps and investments in renewable energy, public schools, public housing and citizenship for people who are undocumented.
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Police in Newport News report shooting at Heritage High School
Students were evacuated early Monday afternoon.
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D.C. mandates coronavirus vaccines for public and private school staff and child-care workers with no testing option
Eligible D.C. student-athletes must also be vaccinated to participate in school sports.
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This season is about to show itself as the summer of the four full moons
We saw the Harvest Moon in our windows in Sunday’s wee hours.
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D.C.-area forecast: Nice and warm through midweek before a fall front brings rain and cooler temperatures
For those awaiting a taste of fall, the weekend delivers in a big way.
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Great escapes: Remembering other zoo animals that have made a run for it
Bear, wolf, eagle. They have all escaped from the National Zoo.
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Challenges in first weeks of school in D.C.: Testing, quarantining and contact tracing
Some D.C. parents remain frustrated by how campuses are handling quarantines and data shows the District has failed so far to reach its goals for testing students for the coronavirus.
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Metro bus collision on Rockville Pike sends four people to hospital
The bus had no passengers aboard when it struck and landed on top of a Honda Passport, a Montgomery County police spokeswoman said.
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Seat Pleasant residents celebrate the return of fresh produce to central shopping plaza
Good Food Markets had its soft opening Wednesday in Addison Plaza, filling a gap left by a Safeway that departed in 2016.
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Two shootings leave three dead in Washington
Deadly gun violence Saturday night in Northwest D.C. was followed hours later by another incident in Southeast.
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