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Posted at 08:04 AM ET, 04/04/2012

Romney sweeps Md., D.C.; Camden Yards celebrates 20 years; a Web-era Watergate? (A.M. Buzz)

The results for Tuesday’s elections are in. Mitt Romney won Republican primaries in Maryland, D.C. and Wisconsin, while Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul and Rick Santorum said they’ll stay in the race. For detailed results from the Maryland and D.C. primaries, check our local pages.

Could the Web generation uncover its own Watergate scandal? Former Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein weigh in.

Camden Yards is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Take a look back at the park’s greatest moments, from Eddie Murray’s 500th home run to Cal Ripken’s final game. And, for all baseball fans, here’s our season preview.

Alexandria’s adult education program is under investigation after state officials found “serious flaws” and testing irregularities.

Coming up on PostLocal:

A candlelight vigil will be held at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial at 6:30 p.m. Today is the 44th anniversary of King’s assassination.

Our“Free Range on Food” chat is about Easter, pupusas and more. Tune in at noon for a conversation with the Post’s Tim Carman, food writer Tony Rosenfeld and cookbook author Nathalie Dupree.

By Sylvia Carignan  |  08:04 AM ET, 04/04/2012

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