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It turns chilly overnight, but there’s little reason to believe it won’t be at least as mild and delightful on Friday as it was today.
Dr. Mack, 77, was an overseas educator for U-Md. who in retirement ran an environmental-systems firm.
Fairfax Republican wins with 32-vote margin over Democrat challenger Jennifer Boysko.
Police say Tisa Dorsey, of Greenbelt, stole over 100 checks from her employer.
Charges racked up before singers finished a concert at a D.C. church held to raise money for the homeless.
The Partnership for Public Service released its latest report on Federal worker satisfaction and, for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the trends are not pretty.
Project near Union Market in Northeast D.C. could better integrate school with neighborhood.
Victim was near entrance to underground parking garage in building where she lived.
The restaurant will offer a Chinese/Jewish fusion menu on Dec. 24
Fire dancers performing to Santa on the sousaphone might be just the thing to fill you with the holiday spirit this year. The group performs Dec. 12 in Takoma Park.
The remains were displaced from an old family graveyard by a high school football field.
County’s 12th high school will include a controversial aquatics facility.
University of Maryland University College, a public online school, offers price cut to community college grads.
Maryland getting a cut of a $2.1 billion agreement with Ocwen Financial Corp. and its loan servicing arm.
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A stream of air straight out of the tropics may boost atmospheric temperatures to unrivaled levels for December Sunday in the Washington, D.C. area.
Justice delays action after hearing from lawyers for the governor and first lady.
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Working downtown next week? You’re in luck if you like unlimited tapas.
Police release video showing a couple getting robbed at gunpoint.
George Washington University’s first massive open online course will be about the Federal Reserve.
Art and entertainment events in Northern Virginia, New Year’s Eve.
On December 18-19 2009, Washington, D.C. experienced its biggest December snowfall on record, with 16.4 inches measured at Reagan National Airport.
Mrs. Carter returned for her third D.C. engagement of 2013, with minimal acknowledgment of the week that was.
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Hold tight for a wild ride. Highs rise 5-10 degrees each day through the weekend, culminating in a potentially record-breaking Sunday.
The Redskins can play the spoiler but the weather won’t.
The woman’s name wasn’t immediately released.
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Rather than hunting them, Fairfax would be first in Virginia to try sterilizing, returning deer to wild.
Kids write the darndest things in camp letters. Send in photos of your children's best letters.
City leaders cite new policies for student gains, but skeptics cite demographic changes in D.C. schools.
When baby Samuel was born, an Arlington couple finally had some answers. More questions remain.
COLUMN | The Virginia GOP needs more moderate candidates to end its losing streak in statewide races.
Sunday’s game between Washington and Atlanta was as dismal as most congressional debates.
Take a walk while doing and interview while checking voicemail — and invite the attorney general to a kids party
The 215-foot high limestone arch becomes the property of a conservation group next month.
Washington Post photographers offer their takes on a vibrant, dynamic city.
Hard Bargain Farm in southern Prince George’s County teaches children about what nature provides.
More than 100,000 wreaths were placed on headstones throughout Arlington National Cemetery on Saturday.
About 800 people gathered in the District to remember shooting victims and to push for gun control.
Vice President Biden and others assembled in Washington to say goodbye to the former South African president.
Although the sleet and snow didn’t quite stick in the urban core, snow accumulated in the suburbs.
Hundreds of guests danced and partied at the private event in the District.
From waterfronts to monuments, Post photographers share their favorite D.C. spots.
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