Former coach was happy to see the team go all the way, even without him

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The "Another Period" star once thought having a baby was an avoidable mistake. Now, she's a new mother with plenty to say about parenthood.

A couple of weeks ago, Wiehle-Reston East-bound Silver Line trains weren’t running at five stations from Largo Town Center to Benning Road.

Plus, someone decided to animate Mr. Mime, and yes, it will haunt your dreams.

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The long-running reality show is a surprisingly sharp meditation on the nature of love.

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Can faithful supporters prove star cornerback Josh Norman wrong?

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The renovated 32,000-square-foot, eight-story building on I Street NW serves as a home base for Arizona State University programs.

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“At any given time there are a lot of ears listening to me — that’s a lot of power,” says Taylor, host of "Midday Shenanigans."

Plus, turns out Pixar is great at making movies, but not at identifying utensils.

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Plus, Dr. Andrea advises a reader whose boyfriend's mom is pushing buttons with her critical 'jokes.'

Plus, the NRA tried to tell doctors they shouldn't be concerned with gun control. That went about as well as one would expect.

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The ho-hum action movie doesn't quite deserve to get smashed with a heavy book, but moviegoers should avoid it anyway.

Plus, what's the dumbest thing you've said when meeting a celebrity?

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Metro still faces persistent skepticism from riders about whether anything will be done if they report harassment.

Emporiyum, Veterans Day at Arlington National Ceremony and the D.C. debut of "Cry It Out" highlight this week's Top Stops.

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With a growing number of independent arts spaces closing, Portico Gallery & Studios hopes to be a sanctuary for creatives.

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The screenwriter, director and star was driven to bring the story of one boy's experiences in gay conversion therapy to theaters.

The local act captures the feel of its energetic live shows on "In the Name of Everyone."

Plus: Muse and Massive Attack return stateside next year.

The artists in “Eye to I: Self-Portraits From 1900 to Today,” demonstrate how portraiture can be used to upend stereotypes and show off your skills as well as your good looks.

We may not have New England's entire hillsides of fiery foliage, but what D.C. lacks in intensity we make up for in diversity.

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