Two men shot on Anacostia Freeway; northbound lanes shut

D.C. police said the gunman seemed to have followed the victims’ SUV onto the highway from Virginia.

Opponents of Virginia Avenue Tunnel project lose again

A District Court judge has denied an appeal that sought to halt the $170- million-rail project. The Court of Appeals also denied motion to stop the project.

One dead after gunman open fire on vehicle during rush hour on highway

D.C. police said the gunman seemed to have followed the victims’ SUV onto the highway from Virginia.

Interstate 295 north at the District/Maryland line is closed

The northbound lanes are closed due to police activity.

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D.C. has taken a step to link Georgetown and Rosslyn via overhead gondola

We're one step closer to getting a gondola connecting Georgetown to Rosslyn.

Hundreds of Loudoun County students may have to retake the SAT

The exams were shipped to the testing company that administers and scores them, but they have not been received yet.

D.C. summer outlook 2015: Slightly hotter than normal, but not brutal

We expect this summer to more closely resemble the last two rather than the record hot summers of 2010-2012.

Liberal Jewish group weighs in on Maryland’s U.S. Senate race

J Street backs Donna Edwards, who has been criticized by some for her stance on Israel.

Broken elevator causes Washington Monument to close

It is not immediately clear when it will reopen.

In I-66 planning, it’s home owners vs. commuters

Neighbors complain to VDOT that they'll get the pain, while others gain.

Peanut soup shots and Va. craft beer: McAuliffe’s big diplomatic lunch date

The governor will serve up an all-Virginia menu to 70 visiting diplomats.

Overturned truck causes delays on inner loop of Capital Beltway

Crash involving two trucks, fuel spilled on inner loop of Beltway near Connecticut Avenue. Three-mile backups reported.

Chuck Palahniuk is bringing Tyler Durden back in a comic book, a short story and perhaps a musical scored by Trent Reznor

Tyler Durden seemed fairly dead at the end of Chuck Palahniuk’s novel “Fight Club” and the movie by the same name. As of this week, Durden has risen again in a new short-story collection and a comic book. Plus, a Trent Reznor/David Fincher musical is in the works.

Woman shot in Southeast has died of injuries

Death brings to five number of people slain in the District since Friday.

Vacation properties are hot: Where to shop for that home away from home

Sales are soaring as declining prices mean deals can be had and empty nesters flood into the market.

Awesome Con delights fans of gaming, comics, science fiction, fantasy and other pastimes

There’s so much to do and see at this convention that we’ve made an A-to-Z list to help you navigate.

This vote could determine whether Prince Georgians pay more in taxes

The Pr. George’s County Council is expected to vote on a budget that could approve or reject Baker’s plan.

Louis Weeks’ new album, ‘haha,’ makes it even harder to classify the Baltimore-born singer-producer

The new LP, which Weeks will celebrate at the Howard Theatre on Thursday, marks a sharp creative turn for the 26-year-old.

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Get a taste of Sweetgreen’s Sweetlife Festival with these made-up, artist-minded salads

Using Sweetgreen’s menu as a base, we’ve picked four other can’t-miss Sweetlife acts and crafted leafy green dishes that capture their spirit.

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Solar-powered home listed for sale in McLean

TOWN SQUARE | The Craftsman-style house, built in 2000, is one of the city's first fully solar-powered homes.

Savor week events: Beer dinners, tap takeovers and the hop vaporizer

On Monday, many of Savor’s 74 participating breweries start descending on Washington for tap takeovers and events across the area.

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