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    Redskins fan goes to great lengths to change name of his beloved team

    Ian Washburn’s epiphany has led him to alter the name on much of the team merchandise he owns.

    Under cover of night to avoid D.C. traffic, Capitol Christmas tree arrives

    Under cover of night to avoid D.C. traffic, Capitol Christmas tree arrives

    Not a creature was stirring, not even the House, as the 88-foot tree ended its 2,000 mile trip from Minnesota.

    Warm-up begins, but don’t put away heavy sweaters and coats just yet

    Warm-up begins, but don’t put away heavy sweaters and coats just yet

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    U-Va. campus searches for answers after harrowing account of gang rape

    U-Va. campus searches for answers after harrowing account of gang rape

    Rolling Stone story’s allegations of the 2012 incident and how it was handled cause a stir at the school.

    Adopted at age 19: ‘I’ve always wanted a place to call home,’ teen says

    Adopted at age 19: ‘I’ve always wanted a place to call home,’ teen says

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    Powered by John Wall, Wizards
    crush the Cavaliers, 91-78

    Powered by John Wall, Wizards <br>crush the Cavaliers, 91-78

    He scored 17 of his 28 points in the third quarter as Washington built a lead it would not surrender.

    6 things to do this weekend

    6 things to do this weekend

    Try winter brews at the DC Craft Beer Festival or shop for Icelandic goods at a Christmas bazaar.

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    As Afghan combat work winds down, U.S. to expand counterterror mission

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    He’s glad to have a job, but his pay is
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    He’s glad to have a job, but his pay is <br>up just 58 cents per hour after 6 years

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    One protester, but no disruptions as Bill Cosby show goes on as scheduled

    One protester, but no disruptions as Bill Cosby show goes on as scheduled

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    Teacher to parents: A letter about <br>

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      Falls Church mid-century modern for $799,000

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      Federal Government

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      GOP senator calls on Jonathan Gruber to explain Obamacare ‘deceptions’

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      National

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      In wake of Florida State shooting, spotlight returns to mental health issues and violence

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      You just signed a <br>$325 million deal. Now what?

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