Also, the transit agency’s chief safety officer resigns after being grilled over August’s derailment.

Md. man arrested for tweeting ‘kill all white people’

Charles Hollins, 20, was arrested and charged on Wednesday with making a threat of mass violence after he tweeted 'kill all the white people' in his town of La Plata, Md. Hollins is being held on a $250,000 bond.

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A suspect was arrested Wednesday.

Probe shows feelings are still plenty raw in wealthy town, months after candidate’s under-the-radar election.

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The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission began removing century old, wooden water pipes from under the town of Mt. Rainier, Md. on Wednesday. The pipes have gone unused for 75 years.

The neighborhood that is losing the marina expects a new soccer stadium soon.

Metro’s chief safety officer James Dougherty became the first high-level official on Thursday to resigned in the wake of the Aug. 6 train derailment, which prompted the shut down of two Metro stations and inconvenienced thousands of commuters.

Former Maryland governor remembered as political pioneer, and sports-loving dad.

Comptroller says economy is still fragile, urges continued frugality by state agencies.

Race between Republican Harry J. Parrish II and Democrat Jeremy McPike will be closely watched.

Officials advised motorists to avoid the area.

The high school will have an arts theme; protesters say the community wants a science school.

Parties have until Friday to propose special masters, until Sept. 18 to submit redrawn district boundaries.

The highly anticipated restaurant from Nick Pimentel and Genevieve Villamora will open tonight at 5:30 in Columbia Heights.

Such proposals so far have failed in GOP-controlled legislature; after Roanoke shootings, Democrats vow to try again.

The heat and humidity will fuel a few storms through this evening, with a second round possible Friday afternoon as a front sinks into the region.

William D. Euille, defeated in a primary, plans to announce his intentions at the city’s Waterfront Park.

The one-term Democratic senator is positioning himself as the best of both worlds: politically experienced but not a creature of Washington.

FOOTBALL | The Rams are looking to regain their swagger after a rough finish to 2014 while the Spartans aim to build on their surprising run a year ago.

She checked it out of the school library as a teenager, then moved to Germany. Now she's back as a school teacher in Arlington herself.

President Obama already has the votes he needs to prevent opponents from reversing parts of the deal.

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