Women’s March replaces three original leaders, after anti-Semitism accusations, with 16 board members

Calls for the co-chairs to resign arose before the 2019 Women’s March on Washington.

Bowser leads rally for D.C. statehood ahead of House hearing

Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) attended a parade under newly installed 51-star flags along Pennsylvania Avenue NW that symbolize the District’s quest.

It’s NOT a mountain lion, wildlife experts say after video of large cat in D.C. stirs worry

A lawyer who lives in Georgetown captured what she thought was a mountain lion on her home security camera. Wildlife experts assured it is just a domestic cat.
(Emily Giambalvo/The Post)
(Emily Giambalvo/The Post)

U-Md.’s new indoor football facility, set to be finished next year, brings program up to speed

The estimated cost of the project is $196 million. The university athletic department has raised about $60 million so far.
Perspective

A renowned scientist wants to thank the stranger who helped him stay in the U.S.

Can you help Mahmoud Ghannoum, an expert on probiotic health, find the D.C. travel agent who came to his aid when he was desperate 30 years ago?

It’s the third lawsuit in recent months that went in Fairfax County Public Schools’s favor.

In a suburban district outside Richmond, a Republican woman breaks from party orthodoxy.

Amazon HQ2 success prompts 10 jurisdictions to set aside past competition and work together to sell the region.

Council Chairman Phil Mendelson is pushing legislation to enforce subpoenas.

20 staff from the fire department have been infected, county fire and health officials say


No more 90s, for at least a few days.

Maryland governor said the trip will focus on economic development and infrastructure.

The request, which seems likely to be rejected, comes days before the hearing on the Hill.

  • Perspective

Sorry, bald eagle. Your cry is just too boring. We’re going with the red-tailed hawk here.

In Charlottesville, a viral video of an attack by white supremacists made a 20-year-old special-education aide into a symbol of racial strife.

A 40-year-old man has been charged with first-degree murder, police say.

The suspect knew the victims, Prince George’s County police said.

The victim suffered trauma to his upper body, police said.

Lamont Munden of Southeast Washington was found with gunshot wounds in the Lincoln Park neighborhood.

September to show off why it’s considered one of the nicest months in Washington.

The incident occurred Sept. 6 at Navy Yard station, spokesman says.

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