Police: Suspect in 4 killings might not have acted alone

Scene of Daron Dylon Wint's arrest Thursday in D.C. (WUSA 9)

    Daron Dylon Wint was arrested after a manhunt and charged with murder in the D.C. quadruple homicide. Police said the victims were held captive the night before they were killed.

    Clinton e-mails on Benghazi
    attacks released

    The trove includes nearly 900 pages of e-mails from her private account during her time as a secretary of state about the Libya and Benghazi attacks, which have been turned over to a House panel.

    E-mails raise questions about management style

    DEBRIEF | Newly public documents point to Clinton’s inability to separate longtime loyalties from the business at hand. That environment is one in which authority can be undermined by second-guessers.

    Local News

    Memorial Day weekend travel mess: Road closures, Metro changes

    Memorial Day weekend travel mess: Road closures, Metro changes

    DR. GRIDLOCK | This weekend features concerts, parades and the usual Metrorail schedule changes.

    How a former Va. lawmaker made a bad situation even worse, in 1 picture

    How a former Va. lawmaker made a bad situation even worse, in 1 picture

    THE FIX | Joe Morrissey, 57, posed with his 19-year-old receptionist and their baby in period garb.

    Woman under evaluation after being
    found pushing dead son on a swing

    Md. authorities do not know how the 3-year-old died, but witnesses saw them in the park the day before.

    D.C.’s Emancipation Day holiday gives everyone freedom from tax deadlines

    D.C.’s Emancipation Day holiday gives everyone freedom from tax deadlines

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    MCLEAN, VA - APRIL 27: Amy Zarafshar has a moment with her daughter Lily, 15, at their home on April 27, 2015 in McLean, Va. Amy Zarafshar left her home country of Iran in 1983 at the age of 15. She is a single mother of two after the death of her husband. She would love to see her native country Iran, and the United States work out their differences by lifting the sactions on Iran and for the U.S. to negotiate a nuclear deal with Iran. (Photo by Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post)

    Amy Zarafshar and her daughter Lily. (Ricky Carioti/Post)

    Iranian Americans emerge as advocates for their homeland

    Long shy of politics, this group wants a relationship between the U.S. and ayatollahs.

    TLC pulls all episodes of ‘19 Kids’ after Josh Duggar molestation claims

    TLC pulls all episodes of ‘19 Kids’ after  Josh Duggar molestation claims

    In a statement, the network said it is “deeply saddened and troubled by this heartbreaking situation.”

    How well do you know your way around D.C. streets? Take this quiz.

    How well do you know your way around D.C. streets? Take this quiz.

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    11 things to do in the D.C. area
    over Memorial Day Weekend

    11 things to do in the D.C. area <br>over Memorial Day Weekend

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    WWII-era love story gives rise to Japanese-style home in Fairfax

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    Federal Government

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    You won’t believe what some federal agencies are paying for cell service

    The staggering array of plans suggests the government could be spending a lot smarter, the GAO finds.

    National

    Police shooting of two unarmed black men accused of stealing beer prompts protests

    Police shooting of two unarmed black men accused of stealing beer prompts protests

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    Business

    A billionaire explains what investors always get wrong

    A billionaire explains what investors always get wrong

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