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Sunday will not be as persistently rainy, but scattered showers and storms are likely, especially in the afternoon.
Woman dies after being found on Sully Road.
More than 3 inches falls in D.C.
A group of high schoolers is helping to decide the future of the nation’s flagship museums.
Dogs from around the region came out to play Saturday.
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But those running churches and cemeteries are unhappy about the expensive “rain tax” for the tunnel project.
They clashed over immigration, Russia and the economy.
Brookland and Rhode Island Avenue stations will be shuttered through Sept. 3, disrupting all train travel on the Glenmont end of the line.
Saturday’s rain did not stop students from rallying in Annapolis.
The sultan of Morocco gifted Martin Van Buren a pair of lions, but a little-known part of the Constitution — the same that threatens to ensnare President Trump — forced him to turn them over.
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.
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 out of jail, but he must leave Virginia and not return for five years, prosecutors said.
The Democratic nominee for Montgomery executive wrote to the tech giant, acknowledging ‘uncertainty’ as a transition looms.
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