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Long overstretched, abortion funds in D.C., Maryland and Virginia mobilize for an uncertain future

As part of a National Network of Abortion Funds pilot program, the D.C. Abortion Fund, Baltimore Abortion Fund, Blue Ridge Abortion Fund and Richmond Reproductive Freedom Project will receive hundreds of thousands of dollars over the next six months to scale up operations.
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This #GivingTuesday is all about helping our nation’s other crisis — mental illness

The lasting impact of our roiling years is widely untreated pain and trauma.

What could Glenn Youngkin as governor actually do to alter admissions at TJ?

Very little, at least in the immediate future, say legal and educational experts.

D.C.-area forecast: Morning flurries or a snow shower today, then gradual warming through late week

Still on the cool side today, then warming temperatures with 60s possible on Thursday. Turning colder again by Sunday.
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Man shot at Greenbelt Metro station Tuesday night, Metro says

Shooting near bus bay was day’s second at a Metro station, according to officials.

Md. lawyer sentenced to 12 years for stealing from client

Jonathan Robbins, 59, took $1.8 million from an elderly client, according to prosecutors.

Man found shot at Columbia Heights Metro station

A Metro spokesman said the injury is not life-threatening.

D.C. police chief frustrated by lack of information on fatal shooting of 1-year-old

D.C.'s police chief said people who were in an apartment where a 1-year-old was fatally shot have not been forthcoming about what happened.

PM Update: A few snowflakes are possible around sunrise, with cool conditions persisting Tuesday

Anything that falls is inconsequential. We may try for 50 as skies clear tomorrow.

Metro resumes Red Line service in downtown D.C. after smoke from rail-car brakes

The transit agency suspended service between the Farragut North and NoMa-Gallaudet stations because of the incident at the Gallery Place station.

Two people killed in Prince George’s crash, police say

The car struck a tree on Ritchie Road in Capitol Heights, according to police.
  • Local

Amid call for traffic safety measures, Bowser will increase police presence at some D.C. schools

Police will patrol near some D.C. schools and will stop drivers who run red lights or stop signs.
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D.C. Council candidates try to bridge divide between old and new Ward 5

Ward 5's seat on the D.C. Council is up for grabs. And the field of candidates is divided along generational lines, just like the ward they are running to represent.

Man killed in single-car crash in Prince George’s County

Police found a man dead in a single-car crash in Prince George's County.

Man fatally shot in Southeast Washington, D.C. police say

D.C. police are investigating the fatal shooting of a man in Southeast Washington.

Bread for the City’s new Southeast D.C. dental clinic puts smiles on a lot of faces

Low-income patients can find a medical home on Good Hope Road SE.

New opioids, more powerful than fentanyl, are discovered in D.C. amid deadly wave of overdoses

Drugs could worsen the District’s record-breaking death toll during the pandemic.

Stafford County’s local government went from red to purple. Is it the next phase of N. Va.’s ‘blue wave’?

No one disagrees that Stafford County is changing rapidly, but political observers are split on whether this year’s leftward turn in local elections is a fluke or a hint of more political change to come.

Snow has character: Understanding it will help you better navigate winter

From fine powder to paste, snow falls in different forms
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D.C.-area forecast: Morning flurries or a snow shower today, then gradual warming through late week

Still on the cool side today, then warming temperatures with 60s possible on Thursday. Turning colder again by Sunday.
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