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Senior Trump officials Larry Kudlow, Linda McMahon and Brooke Rollins are among the leaders of the “Save America Coalition,” a campaign that plans to rally organizations and draw donors for advertisements and a social media push criticizing the proposal in key states and districts.
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A memorial to Katherine Janness at the Piedmont Park entrance on Aug. 1. (AP)
The viciousness of Katherine Janness’s killing, combined with where it happened, has shaken residents. The city’s crime rate is dominating the political debate in Georgia, a state expected to be key in the 2022 midterms.
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Flooding in Waverly, Tenn., in late August. (Nashville Fire Department)
Researchers are examining how to make people — and officials in charge — take flash flood threats seriously.
A recent survey found that young people tend to worry more about climate change harming them than older adults.
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The next few weekends are packed with fall festivals. Here are some of the best.
Get ready for Oktoberfests, outdoor festivals, including the H Street Festival, and free admission at local museums.
The D.C. punk-metal quartet celebrates its new album at D.C. Brau on Wednesday.
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The forfeit could seriously jeopardize Washington’s hopes of making the NWSL’s six-team playoffs.
Kamara, who has scored in three straight matches, converted three times in the first half to give D.C. a 3-0 win over the Chicago Fire.
While Lane Thomas shines with the Nationals, Victor Robles has found his footing in the minors.
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Trail designers and maintainers are the unseen architects guiding the interaction of humans and nature.
The restored meadow at Woodend Sanctuary in Chevy Chase, Md., flourished after a deer fence was installed. (Ben Israel/Audubon Naturalist Society)
To the outside world, a fence can make you appear to be some kind of clandestine government agent or a shady oligarch when all you want to do is grow some pansies.
Mom with an abusive history demands changes to her daughter's wedding plans "to feel special and celebrated."
Reader says the two share interests and values, but this issue is a sticking point.
Hosts tell retirement party guests that event will include “money tree.”
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