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The fire at the complex on M Street was confined to a sixth-floor apartment, officials said.
Some of today's rain should be heavy. It's just the start of a wet pattern.
After Makiyah Wilson’s killing in Northeast Washington, the ever-present fear of gunfire grips parents and children harder.
Heat of the day may remain, but daylight starting to wane.
Maurice Rucker says a customer responded with racist insults when he was asked to leash his dog in the store.
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Marc Short was the president’s legislative affairs director until Friday.
Prosecutors say Donald Hairston, 51, was ‘consumed’ with vengeance and control over Stephanie Goodloe.
Attorney General Karl A. Racine writes to ICE acting director, asks for more transparency.
Christopher Cantwell is free from jail but must leave the state and cannot return for five years, prosecutors said.
The Democratic nominee for Montgomery executive wrote to the tech giant, acknowledging ‘uncertainty’ as a transition looms.
Like most good things, the weather over recent days couldn't last forever.
The charges stem from a dispute involving someone he knows, police said.
Jarrod Ramos, 38, has been charged with murder, attempted murder in attack outside of Annapolis, Md.
Christopher Speights, 35, was sentenced to 30 years in prison in a Maryland child porn case.
Five bald eagles and a fox found dead on a Maryland farm more than a year ago died from poisoning, according to federal officials.
A Reston-based artist volunteers, teaching inmates art and imparting coping skills.
Claude J. Church Jr., 23, was arrested and charged after a six-month investigation.
Amer Miller was one week away from his 18th birthday when he was fatally shot after a robbery in Md., police say
A spokeswoman for the news outlet said a houseguest answered the door and the journalist left a note without entering the premises.
"Catastrophic damage” was reported in Marshalltown, about 50 miles northeast of Des Moines.
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