The technician “erroneously deleted the defect from his ... report,” Metro found in its investigation.

Commuters wait for shuttle buses at the Federal Center Southwest Metro station Thursday. (Astrid Riecken/For The Post)

Lawrence Joynes, sentenced in the first of two cases, apologizes for betraying victims’ trust.

Lillian Lowery, hired in 2012, will become president and CEO of an Ohio education nonprofit.

Forty-five local football teams kicked off their schedules Friday night around the area. Here’s a quick rundown of how they fared.


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“I made my decisions” says Ali Amin, who helped a friend become part of the terrorist group in Syria.

The high-ranking Holy See official was defrocked and was awaiting trial in a Vatican tribunal.

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County and agency, which sparred over project for years, join forces to sue contractors for $166 million.

Jasper Spires, accused in the July 4 stabbing on a train, left Howard’s center against medical advice.

A Montgomery County judge sentenced former elementary school music teacher Joseph M. Quirk, 56, to 40 years in prison on Friday for sexually abusing 14 young children.

Former Navy Seal Timothy A. Holden, 64, was killed in a collision with a car while ridding his bike on Massachusetts Avenue in Bethesda, Md., on Friday.

One plant is about to open, one is being built and another is proposed in the same rural area.

Police say the victim had stopped to watch a street fight and was attacked without provocation.

A roundup of news from around the region.

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The teacher told the AP that he was late because he was eating breakfast.

Trains were single-tracking from Rhode Island Avenue to Fort Totten.

Governor on shooter: “This gentleman had issues. People needed to know it.”

The man approached on a bicycle just after midnight Friday.

Local mismanagement, budget cuts and charter schools have pushed the district to insolvency, an official says.

Frederick’s preservation commission has agreed to let Habitat for Humanity tear down the Rose Log Cabin.

It's nothing we can't handle and many will welcome it sitting poolside.

After complaints of secrecy, Metro shares a report.

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