The director's latest film stars Hugh Jackman as the presidential candidate derailed by a scandalous affair.

Director Peter Farrelly and star Viggo Mortensen discuss the new film, which tells the story of two travel companions navigating a racially charged time.

Riders who endured long waits for shuttles and missed flights because of the station closures aren't buying Metro's explanation.

Plus, it's totally rational to be mad at a playing card.

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  • Perspective

Washington's past shows the team can survive and even thrive with a backup QB.

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Plus, Dr. Andrea helps a reader whose family has drifted apart after the mother's death.

Plus, Joe Biden made a Major announcement today.

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The new season of the long-running reality competition, now available on Netflix, is lifted by an inspirational set of bakers.

Don't let the commercials convince you it's just a comedy.

Plus, Japan may have a serious case of actual CAT burglars.

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When he's not busy managing Union Stage and Jammin Java, the local music entrepreneur prefers to unplug with friends and family.

  • Stephanie Williams
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"Home/Brewed" offers a glimpse into the long-lost history of D.C.'s Christian Heurich Brewing Co.

  • Stephanie Williams
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'Contact High: A Visual History of Hip-Hop' book discussion at the Kennedy Center and esports' big debut at Entertainment & Sports Arena top this week's list.

Baltimore Sun photojournalist Amy Davis spent a past decade documenting these old theaters for “Flickering Treasures."

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Grab tickets to these shows before they sell out!

When you can take on your friends in immersive Mario Kart, defeat an evil computer or throw some punches in a virtual bar fight, why would you ever return to real life?

The opera, based on the real story of WWI's Christmas truce and now at the Kennedy Center, speaks the language of peace. And French and German and English.

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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