An Indivisible group hosted the event Friday evening in Sterling

(Amanda Voisard / For the Washington Post)

Despite today's cool down, we could hit 70 again midweek, maybe some showers too.

Increase no larger than 2 cents per $100 in assessed value.

As skies blackened, the storm felled trees, tore down power lines and, according to emergency officials, cut off electricity for a time to tens of thousands of Maryland homes and businesses.

General Session sees most hot-button bills die early, little fighting over spending plan.

The lab was understaffed and several senior scientists had resigned before the debacle involving a watered-down solution used for tests.

Manuel Fernandez taught at Latin American Montessori Bilingual Public Charter School.

Major rebuild of Wilson Boulevard block will include school, fire station, park and housing.

Studies show that the tradition of providing free, ample parking leads to more driving.

Sunday's temperatures will be nearly 30 degrees colder than today.

Travelers should support deterrence, rather than revenge, as the purpose of enforcement.

Storms with damaging winds and quarter-size hail raked through some southern suburbs.

“It seems to me that you are a frustrated old man,” Truman wrote after pan of daughter.

Temperatures go from springlike today to more typical of late February tomorrow.

Police responded to a call early Saturday morning and found a woman dead at the scene.

An Indivisible group hosted the event Friday evening in Sterling

Three armed robberies were reported late Friday night in Upper Northwest Washington and a fourth in nearby Montgomery County, and D.C. police said they think that the same robbers carried out all of them.

Quilled mammal can wrap tail around branches.

Washington has experienced five 70-degree days this month, but who’s complaining?

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