Scott Pruitt condemned the bay initiative in a legal brief — but the Trump team says he now supports it.

(Steve Helber / AP)

Dr. Andrea helps a reader who doesn't feel right asking his sister to conceal her love, and another reader who finds the guilt from cheating impossible to overcome.

Or maybe he just really likes fast cars, fire and women aggressively eating cake. Who knows?

Donald Trump’s inauguration has unsettled many in and around the school, located in one of the country’s most affluent majority-black communities.

Downtown Washington, D.C., is getting ready for Inauguration Day with heightened security and road closures.

Business owners are pitching in to help protesters coming from around the country to participate in the Women's March on Jan. 21.

The family of Vivian Marrow, a grandmother in a wheelchair who was killed on a D.C. street on Jan. 16, are issuing calls for the perpetrator to turn themselves in.

After a possible passing shower or two day, the next chance of steadier rain looms for Inauguration Day.

Visibility at airport cut to 100 yards.

Incident at Labor Department HQ.

A man was taken to the hospital after apparently setting himself on fire outside the Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C., while protesters gathered in the street. Officials have not released a motive for the fire, or determined if it was in connection with the demonstration.

Senate education committee is deeply divided over DeVos, who said she looks forward to improving the nation’s schools but she sidestepped or stumbled on several issues important to Democrats.

The incident occurred in the roadway just outside the hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue.

Six shots heard in Hayes Street NE killing.

The action is part of their effort to press the Trump administration on pot legalization issues.

Surviving barrel bombs to live with a leader tough on immigrants and Muslims.

University of Virginia will add 100 in-state seats and offer new $2,000 scholarships.

A roundup of news from across the Washington region.

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Residents have been posting signs critical of the leader of a group known for espousing racist, anti-Semitic and sexist points of view.

Former mayor Vincent Gray returns to public office and wastes no time jabbing his nemesis, Mayor Muriel Bowser.

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