D.C. officials said last weekend’s events showed that Washington is uniquely qualified to handle multiple simultaneous rallies.

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Ad from Ed Gillespie faults Ralph Northam for voting against ‘sanctuary cities’ ban despite rise of the gang.

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James Ryan is also eligible for a $100,000 annual performance bonus.

Kimberly-Clark is suing D.C. over a first-of-its-kind law regulating when toilet wipes can be labeled “flushable.”

A roundup of news from the District, Maryland and Virginia.

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Republican Ed Gillespie released this campaign ad Sept. 20. Gillespie is running against Democrat Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam in the Virginia governor’s race.

The House majority leader is the only Democratic candidate not already on the council. Frick, 42, says he wants to bring a “new generation” of leadership to the county.

Lena Geller had planned to make her cakes in her residence hall’s kitchen.

The storm is expected to turn north parallel to the East Coast — but just how close it will come, while enormously consequential, is not clear.

This weather wants to keep hitting the repeat button.

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The set designer for “Native Gardens” describes how he researched D.C.’s flora.

Democrat Ralph Northam and Republican Ed Gillespie kept focus on policy, not attacks

Council Chairman Phil Mendelson filed a bill directing the city to make a list of vacant properties.

Reid, who is 26, said she wants to engage millennials.

As the sun's rays become less intense, the season for leaf-peeping and brilliant foliage is upon us.

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Exotic animals now must be registered with county.

The Montgomery County congressman spoke at a pro-Medicaid forum in Silver Spring.

Catastrophic damage is expected from destructive winds, a dangerous rise in ocean waters, and severe flooding.

Longtime Democratic leader says he plans to remain in his post in 2018, a crucial election year, and beyond.

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