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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
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      New trial likely in death
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      New trial likely in death <br>of intern Chandra Levy

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

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      New World War I memorial will honor all — not just Gen. Pershing

      New World War I memorial will honor all — not just Gen. Pershing

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      Hogan vetoes bill that would allow thousands of ex-felons to vote

      Hogan vetoes bill that would allow thousands of ex-felons to vote

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      Memorial Day weekend travel mess: Road closures, Metro changes

      Memorial Day weekend travel mess: Road closures, Metro changes

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      Woman under evaluation after being
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      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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      Does Pr. George’s get its money’s worth for schools? Answers are near.

      Does Pr. George’s get its money’s worth for schools? Answers are near.

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

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

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

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

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