Joe Morrissey’s message to Richmond voters queasy about his scandalous past: Get over it.

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No injuries reported at KIPP campus in Southeast.

Board president says he wants to “get the ball rolling” on regulations and guidance to school districts.

A roundup of news from across the Washington region.

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Incident involves charter school in the District.

A president and prime minister, he was the last of a political generation that came of age as Israel did.

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

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Washington must navigate the difference between disagreement and disrespect.

To be more inclusive, Maryland’s Bethesda-Chevy Chase High will break with tradition.

Incident reported on Clopper Road near Firstfield Road.

Teachers are more likely to expect young black children -- especially young black boys -- to misbehave, according to a new Yale study: "Implicit biases do not begin with black men and police. They begin with black preschoolers and their teachers."

Trump and Clinton were frank in tackling a subject Obama has often struggled to address.

Emergency responders were searching for survivors.

Joe Morrissey’s message to Richmond voters queasy about his scandalous past: Get over it.

Activists demanded a convention to give residents a voice in shaping the 51st state.

Attendees at a grand opening gala faced abortion protesters outside.

Pr. George’s lawmaker wants to require more healthy offerings in county facilities.

The hardest-hit areas could receive several inches of rain.

“Don’t you think it’s peculiar that with this clever brain we have, that we’re harming the planet so much?”

This is pretty much the calm before the storm.

Mr. Schultze took a pragmatic view on the dual problems of inflation and unemployment.

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