There were hugs, tears and good wishes at the send-off for the beloved 205-pound bear as she started her journey to her new home.

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The Architect of the Capitol violated the First Amendment rights of the art contest winner after complaints, the suit says.

The former slave turned activist used Washington’s decision to free his slaves upon his death to call for racial justice.

Trump believes the issue is best left to the states, a spokesman says.

Civil liberties group says it’s unconstitutional to bar people from a public forum, like an official Facebook page, for dissent.

A roundup of news from the Washington region.

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Oceanic air helped cool us off for a little bit.

D.C. police said Walter Mack Clark, 63, was found unconscious in Thomasine Bennett’s closet.

Bao Bao went inside a special metal crate the size of a double bed she can stretch out in for her flight to China departing on Feb. 21.

The weather this February keeps getting weirder.

Overachievers.

The underground site near the famous memorial on the Mall would house artifacts and images of the fallen.

It’s nothing special, but I’ve been rooting for this little tree.

There were hugs, tears and good wishes at the send-off for the beloved 205-pound bear as she started her journey to her new home.

The new exhibit includes more than 100 objects from the museum’s collection, and items newly acquired from the families of the internees.

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Embrace burlesque — no corset, stockings, heels or tassels needed.

Maryland’s popular Republican governor doesn’t like President Trump but doesn’t want to comment on his policies either.

State senator calls on governor to step in to undo law that shields Dominion Power from review.

Imara? Dottie? You decide.

Amendment would lower business taxes, favor mandate for large employers

There have been some pretty early blooms since records began in the 1920s. This year will probably rank among them.

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