Baltimore’s blight puts O’Malley on defensive in bid for presidency

The city’s troubles hamper the former mayor’s pitch as the Democrat who is most ready to solve urban problems.

D.C. area forecast: Sunny and very warm today; storms likely Sunday

Typical summer weather this weekend -- hot and humid -- with storms on Sunday. Things cool down early next week.

United vs. Philadelphia Union weather forecast: Warm and humid, but dry

The chance of showers or storms is low, so expect to see this contest uninterrupted from start to finish.

Track and field: Lake Braddock boys, girls sweep at Coach Bob Digby’s region finale

TRACK AND FIELD | Kate Murphy and Alex Corbett help make sure Bruins Coach Bob Digby goes out a double winner at his last region meet.

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Washington Monument reopens after power restored to elevator

Power to the elevator failed Wednesday. The monument reopened to the public Friday.

Pr. George’s seeking to evict families in community impacted by landslide

The county filed the injunction after homeowners threatened to sue for the loss of their properties.

Boys’ soccer: Madison tops Osbourn in Virginia 6A North region quarterfinals

BOYS’ SOCCER | The Warhawks move to school’s first Virginia 6A region semifinal with a 4-0 win over Osbourn.

Former Montgomery substitute teacher to spend 5 years behind bars

After pleading guilty to improperly touching two middle school girls, former Montgomery County substitute teacher Jose Pineda was sentenced to five years in prison Friday.

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School searches for missing SAT tests in Virginia

Officials at Broad Run High School in Ashburn, Va., say they have video showing a UPS employee leaving the school with boxes containing May SAT scores, which never arrived to the College Board.

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With school funding rejected, Baker accuses council of misplaced priorities

Prince George’s county executive questions decision to raise tax to benefit parks and planning agency.

D.C. mayor’s first budget thin on new investments for middle schools

Bowser campaigned on improving quality of those schools citywide.

Baltimore’s blight puts O’Malley on defensive in bid for presidency

The city’s troubles hamper the former mayor’s pitch as the Democrat who is most ready to solve urban problems.

School surveillance video shows boxes of SAT exams were delivered to UPS

A batch of SATs from a Virginia high school went missing, leaving more than 250 students distraught.

Two arrested in connection with robbery, police pursuit

One man arrested in the District, another in Prince George’s County. Police shot at car during incident.

Post Hunt 2015 is here: Meet us in Freedom Plaza on Sunday

Join Dave Barry, Tom Shroder and Gene Weingarten for the most puzzling event of the year.

Md. fracking moratorium to become law without Hogan’s signature

Hogan refrained from vetoing the measure despite his strong support for fracking.

PM Update: Storm risk fades tonight before picking up again on Sunday

Saturday is looking humid but rain-free. Sunday could deliver some serious downpours.

Manassas City is out of space for preschool. Is software the solution?

With many English language learners, district plans to use “blended model” to educate all eligible 4-year-olds.

Yes, we should consider Potomac gondolas

It's not as crazy an idea as some transit advocates would have us believe.

D.C. area storm outlook: Isolated activity today, more widespread on Sunday

The atmosphere is ripe for a few storms today, especially south of town. But much more widespread activity is forecast Sunday as a cold front plows through the area.

This May is odds-on favorite to be warmest ever recorded in Washington

With two days left, it will come down to the wire as to whether or not May 2015 holds its position in first place, but the chances are good.

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