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“Dark Money” takes a close look at the influence of corporate cash on U.S. elections.


A preview of José Andrés’ latest concept tops the list of May’s best new restaurants

Get a preview of José Andrés' forthcoming tacos-and-torta concept, or head to Rockville for delicious Filipino cuisine.

5 gorgeous bars where the decor is as alluring as the drinks

Washington's restaurants and bars have taken on a fresher, brighter look.

5 great cheap eats in D.C.

The $20 Diner's favorite spots in the city include a revitalized Ethiopian standby and a burgeoning taco empire.

It has been a busy summer in D.C. sports. One more thing to add to the list: the home opener for the Washington Kastles.

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Aslin is expanding its popular Navy Yard beer garden, previously only open on Nationals game days.

A film festival and an exhibition on Japanese baseball are some highlights of All-Star Week.

Bryce Harper, Sean Doolittle, Ryan Zimmerman and Gio Gonzalez offer their restaurant recommendations.

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You may not like Adams Morgan, the Library of Congress or the National Arboretum. I love them.

We sent five Food writers to a game to sort out the 100-plus food stands.

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Fast-casual eateries, sit-down seafood restaurants, breweries and more.

A new exhibit at the National Museum of Women in the Arts showcases the skill and ingenuity of 20 contemporary female sculptors.

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You'll be riveted by the extraordinary life of this great American intellectual and activist, and his grand Victorian home.

Move around, grab a beer and get a different vantage point of the action.

“Baseball Americana” at the Library of Congress is just in time for All-Star Game at Nats Park.

Lose yourself in a field of sunflowers, or head to one of the MLB All-Star Game events.

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Dwayne Johnson’s latest is a silly yet moderately watchable showcase for derring-do and special effects.

Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush reconvened to a more tense cultural climate, but they aren’t afraid to address tough issues in their songs.

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