Suspect in four slayings is caught in Northeast D.C.

Daron Dylon Wint has been captured. (Photos courtesy of D.C. police)

Daron Dylon Wint, charged in the gruesome killings of a NW Washington family and their housekeeper, was apprehended Thursday night in D.C., Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier confirmed.

    Clinton charity reveals millions more in funds

    As much as $26.4 million from major corporations, foreign sources and others was collected as fees from speeches by Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton and was tallied as “revenue” rather than donations.

    California no longer going with the flow on water use

    For years, outdated state laws allowed nearly unlimited use of water. Now, lawmakers are clamping down on residents’ wasteful ways.

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    Six Baltimore police officers
    indicted in death of Freddie Gray

    Six Baltimore police officers <br>indicted in death of Freddie Gray

    The expected grand jury action leaves the most significant charges in the case unchanged.

    Former Va. lawmaker says ‘of course’ he will wed the teen he had child with

    Former Va. lawmaker says ‘of course’ he will wed the teen he had child with

    Joseph Morrissey admitted this week to fathering the child of the 19-year-old who worked as his receptionist.

    Robert Griffin III debuts daughter on Twitter, along with her own hashtag

    Robert Griffin III debuts daughter on Twitter, along with her own hashtag

    The Redskins quarterback took to social media to announce his new addition. Meet #ReeseAnn, world!

    A $19,500 tab for public records? Anger intensifies in Sweet Briar fight.

    A $19,500 tab for public records? Anger intensifies in Sweet Briar fight.

    Advocates fume after Va. Attorney General Herring’s office quoted the fees for records about the school.

    Predatory tow companies targeted in proposal from Md. and Va. lawmakers

    Predatory tow companies targeted in proposal from Md. and Va. lawmakers

    The bill would establish the right to regulate towing, which was eliminated by Congress in 1995.

    She lost her home to foreclosure. She’d be happy now with a trailer.

    She lost her home to foreclosure. She’d be happy now with a trailer.

    COLUMN | She was the stable one in her family, but got behind on payments and couldn’t catch up.

    At the D.C. Embassy Chef Challenge, Venezuelan cuisine comes out on top

    At the D.C. Embassy Chef Challenge, Venezuelan cuisine comes out on top

    Chef Manuel Rodriguez described his winning seafood and shellfish ceviche as “summer on a plate.”

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    Why the new Scrabble dictionary is freaking out traditionalists

    Collins bestows Scrabble legitimacy on “shizzle” and “tweep,” wading into a long debate on language.

    WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 19: Ryan Zimmerman #11 of the Washington Nationals has chocolate sauce dumped on him by teammate Max Scherzer #31 after hitting a two run walk-off home run in the tenth inning against the New York Yankees at Nationals Park on May 19, 2015 in Washington, DC. The Washington Nationals won, 8-6. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

    Max Scherzer pours syrup on Ryan Zimmerman. (Getty)

    Everything to know about the Nats’ Hershey’s chocolate syrup ritual

    SPORTS BOG | The inside story of why they use it, how they get it out of uniforms, and what it feels like.

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    One of earliest known copies of Ten Commandments sees the light of day

    One of earliest known copies of Ten Commandments sees the light of day

    The fragile, 2,000-year-old fragment of the Dead Sea Scrolls will make a brief appearance in Jerusalem.

    Jeb Bush, seeking more distance from his brother, offers some rare criticism

    Jeb Bush, seeking more distance from his brother, offers some rare criticism

    His remark on George W. Bush's fiscal record is his most direct critique of his brother's presidency.

    Boy Scouts president warns that ban on gay leaders threatens organization

    Boy Scouts president warns that ban on gay leaders threatens organization

    Scouting must adapt to the times or face “the end of us as a national movement,” Robert Gates said.

    Amid molestation claims, reality TV’s Josh Duggar quits conservative group

    Amid molestation claims, reality TV’s Josh Duggar quits conservative group

    The “19 Kids and Counting” star left the Family Research Council and apologized for his teenage actions.

    Real Estate

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

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

    HOUSE OF THE WEEK | To persuade his wife to move to the U.S., a man built a duplicate of their home in Japan.

    Federal Government

    As impasse continues, House again extends highway funding in short term

    As impasse continues, House again extends highway funding in short term

    The 33rd funding extension lasts until July 31, leaving states in the lurch in the middle of construction season.

    National

    Cleveland braces for police shooting verdict

    Cleveland braces for police shooting verdict

    But civic leaders are determined to make sure city’s economic upswing is not interrupted by riots.

    Business

    Bird flu cracks U.S. egg industry

    Bird flu cracks U.S. egg industry

    WONKBLOG | A massive bird flu outbreak could make eggs, and just about anything made with them, a lot more expensive.

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