A near miss in the capture
of suspect in 4 D.C. killings

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

    Investigators had tracked Daron Dylon Wint, the suspect in a quadruple homicide, from Maryland to N.Y. and back to Washington, where he was arrested Thursday, an official said.

    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.

    5 ways a strong El Niño could affect the weather this fall

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    Local News

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    Memorial Day weekend travel mess: Road closures, Metro changes

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    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.

    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” star left the Family Research Council after claims that he molested several underage girls.

    Va. lawmaker to Arlington board: Change name to ‘White Liberal Angst’

    Va. lawmaker to Arlington board: Change name to ‘White Liberal Angst’

    A state senator said the board ran out of “actual problems” in wading into the Redskins name debate.

    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

    GOING OUT GUIDE | Chill with Jazz in the Garden, fill up on strawberries or watch the concert and parade.

    I want 4 hours to myself on Saturdays. Does hubby have a right to be mad?

    I want 4 hours to myself on Saturdays. Does hubby have a right to be mad?

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    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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    More bad news for Antarctica’s massive melting ice shelves

    More bad news for Antarctica’s massive melting ice shelves

    Scientists report the glaciers of the Southern Antarctic Peninsula are now contributing to rising sea levels.

    Depression may be first manifestation of Parkinson’s disease, study suggests

    Depression may be first manifestation of Parkinson’s disease, study suggests

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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.

    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

    These states rob from the poor and give to the rich

    These states rob from the poor and give to the rich

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