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‘Another life gone’: Hundreds gather for Freddie Gray funeral in Baltimore

(Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post)

Many who came to the church never knew Gray, but said they wanted to show outrage at how he died.

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    Social media mourns #FreddieGray during funeral service

    Social media mourns #FreddieGray during funeral service

    “The casket is closed, but the feeling in the room is that this is far from over.“

    Alleged abduction in Fairfax turns out to be false, police say

    Police had said earlier that a man allegedly grabbed a boy and tried to take him away from the front of a school.

    Gusty storms, possible tornado blitz New Orleans region

    Gusty storms, possible tornado blitz New Orleans region

    An intense line of storms blasted through New Orleans with damaging winds and a possible tornado.

    ‘Another life gone’: Hundreds gather for Freddie Gray funeral in Baltimore

    ‘Another life gone’: Hundreds gather for Freddie Gray funeral in Baltimore

    Many who came to the church never knew Gray, but said they wanted to show outrage at how he died.

    W. Bartoszewski, resistance fighter and Polish foreign minister, dies at 93

    W. Bartoszewski, resistance fighter and Polish foreign minister, dies at 93

    Mr. Bartoszewski was a prisoner at Auschwitz and later was an enemy of the post-war communist regime.

    Police: Man found dead on golf course was trying to free car stuck in the mud

    Engine of car driven by Frank Bartee, 70, caught fire; his family reported him missing the day before.

    Sid Tepper, prolific songwriter for Elvis Presley and other hitmakers, dies

    Mr. Tepper also co-wrote the 1948 hit “Red Roses for a Blue Lady.”

    Photos: After Saturday night showers, Sunday sunshine casts light on flowers

    Photos: After Saturday night showers, Sunday sunshine casts light on flowers

    The blend of deep blue skies and fair weather cumulus made for the perfect backdrop for flower photography.

    About 100 firefighters responded to blaze at Alexandria hotel

    About 100 firefighters responded to blaze at Alexandria hotel

    Guests evacuated during three-alarm fire at hotel, with one suffering injuries that are not life-threatening.

    Man dies after getting trapped in machine at rock quarry in Clinton

    Fire official said man was killed when he got stuck in machinery at the Clinton site.

    Amazing supercells drop at least two tornadoes, softball-size hail in Texas

    Amazing supercells drop at least two tornadoes, softball-size hail in Texas

    Dangerous supercell thunderstorms formed southwest of Dallas-Fort Worth on Sunday evening, which formed at least two tornadoes and massive hail stones.

    5 free things to do during the week of April 27 to May 3

    5 free things to do during the week of April 27 to May 3

    Yoga and taekwondo classes at the Deanwood Recreation Center, and the DC Funk Parade takes over U Street.

    Fairfax County rescue group headed to Nepal to help in recovery efforts

    Fairfax County rescue group headed to Nepal to help in recovery efforts

    The Fairfax County Fire task force group has helped in disasters around the world.

    Virginia poll: Republicans gaining on Clinton

    Virginia poll: Republicans gaining on Clinton

    The Democratic frontrunner’s support weakens in the swing state.

    Problem with Interstate 66 signs

    Signs simply read “X“. Officials said they are working to fix the problem.

    About 2,400 customers in No. Virginia without power after traffic crash

    Two utility poles were badly damaged and need to be replaced.

    National accreditation board suspends all DNA testing at District lab

    National accreditation board suspends all DNA testing at District lab

    Two audits of D.C. crime lab found inadequate procedures for DNA testing and poorly-trained employees.

    Firetruck crashes on the way to call in Prince George’s County

    Firetruck crashes on the way to call in Prince George’s County

    Seven firefighters injured after their firetruck overturns on the way to a call in Suitland area.

    Restaurant in Laurel hit by fire, one firefighter injured

    Officials said an early morning fire broke out at a Laurel restaurant

    Is Metro really so bad?

    Is Metro really so bad?

    A national transit expert says that compared to a half dozen other big-city systems says it isn’t.

    Water main closes road in Northeast D.C.

    Part of Newton Street in Northeast D.C. is closed. There is a water main break in the area of 22nd Street NE.

    Amy Schumer is the queen of comedy television

    Amy Schumer is the queen of comedy television

    Schumer has become one of the sharpest satirists around, putting the writers of “Saturday Night Live” to shame.

    Azalea festival lets you buy designer furnishings and help charity

    Azalea festival lets you buy designer furnishings and help charity

    TOWN SQUARE | The event will benefit students at the Landon School in Bethesda.

    D.C. area forecast: Week starts off chilly, but warms by the weekend

    D.C. area forecast: Week starts off chilly, but warms by the weekend

    The coming week has its share of nice days but really takes until the weekend to offer some real warmth.

    Montgomery County Council’s office building looks ready for a makeover

    Opponents say the money would be better spent by easing overcrowding in schools.

    A few Va. Senate races expected to have wide-ranging impact

    A few Va. Senate races expected to have wide-ranging impact

    Both parties working especially hard on a half-dozen contests that could sway overall control.

    Teenager shot; man who died in earlier incident identified

    A roundup of news from around the region.

    Jim Fanning, manager and executive with Montreal Expos, dies at 87

    Jim Fanning, manager and executive with Montreal Expos, dies at 87

    Mr. Fanning managed the Expos to their only playoff appearance before the franchise moved to Washington.

    Local Columns

    John Kelly

    John Kelly

    Readers say old cars can get you where you want to go, even if it’s only in your imagination.

    Courtland Milloy

    Courtland Milloy

    After videos of men who died after police encounters surfaced, trust has eroded — and that hurts everyone.

    Petula Dvorak

    Petula Dvorak

    At a local barbershop, little surprise at flawed testimony from the FBI’s elite forensic workers.

    Petula Dvorak

    Petula Dvorak

    Florida mailman is part of a wave of homegrown, daffy, sometimes troubled activists descending on D.C.

    Photo Galleries

    Paying tribute at Freddie Gray’s funeral in Baltimore

    Mourners remembered Gray, the black man whose death in police custody has sparked days of protests.

    Baltimore protests take confrontational turn

    The city became the new center of demonstrations over police actions after a man’s death.

    Flower power

    Leesburg’s 25th annual Flower and Garden Festival draws 30,000.

    One poignant funeral for eight who died together

    Hundreds on Maryland’s Eastern Shore mourn a father and his seven children, all killed in a carbon monoxide accident.

    Big pitch for McLean boy hurt in sledding accident

    Bensten Schone, 6, was critically injured in a sledding accident in January.

    The secret lives of bees

    The Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s “Native Bees” program gives nature lovers a closer look at the pollinators.

    A parade for D.C.’s Emancipation Day

    It marks the 153rd anniversary of the abolition of slavery in Washington.

    Gyrocopter lands on West Lawn of Capitol

    A pilot said to be a mailman from Florida was arrested after landing the one-person copter.

    Our Washington

    From waterfronts to monuments, Post photographers share their favorite D.C. spots.

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