From Washington to Los Angeles to London, the crowds were gigantic and historic.

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Three robberies, one robbery attempt and two shootings.

Found near Mattawoman and Gardner Roads.

Birtherism? It was Hillary Clinton’s fault. Russian hacking? No proof it was Moscow. The Smithsonian gift shop was charging $50 for the “richly illustrated memory-book.”

What’s standing in the way of true equality? Men. Men’s hearts. We need you, men. And many of you already embrace our cause.

A roundup of news from around the Washington area.

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Mr. Middleton was a journalist and speechwriter who made the LBJ Library a center for historical research.

Obituaries of residents from the District, Maryland and Northern Virginia.

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Showers move through late tonight, but widespread fog will likely be the story by tomorrow morning.

A decade after Va.’s largest jurisdiction spearheaded national campaign to cut greenhouse gases, its own results are murky, critics say

A day after Hogan vows ethics reform, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. says the ethics committee is using outside counsel in the probe.

An artist who works with light explains how he created colorful works of public art.

The new year doesn’t bring much joy for transit riders.

Sasha Dyck was part of a group of six Canadians and two French nationals

Garvey’s son Julius had hoped the country’s first African American president would clear his famous father’s name. But it didn’t happen.

It's a warm Saturday for January before a slow-moving storm system moves closer tomorrow.

The question sometimes arises: What happens to crime in a city such as Washington when so much police and public attention is devoted to events such as the presidential inauguration and to associated...

The Talladega College Marching Band marched in the inaugural parade for President Trump on Jan. 20. The band from the historically black college in Alabama stirred controversy when it was announced it would perform in the parade.

Protesters made themselves heard in the nation’s capital Friday, leaving a trail of damage along some city blocks, disrupting security checkpoints at President Donald Trump’s inauguration, and clashing with police as Trump supporters tried to celebrate.

Sullivan will work through the end of her contract after weathering a tumultuous tenure at the helm of Virginia’s flagship public university.

Police reported arrests of 217 protesters and said six officers are injured during a day of turmoil.

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