A bill limiting the time police could keep data from license plate readers passed overwhelmingly, McAuliffe moves to extend the time.
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At a foundry in Utah, 2,500-degree liquid metal is cast into replacements for the dome’s damaged and missing decorations.
Wossen Assaye allegedly overpowered a guard and carjacked two vehicles to make his escape. He was captured in the District.
Officers at the agency’s headquarters in Maryland fired on the two people in the vehicle. At least one other person was injured.
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