D.C., Md. & Va.

(Prince George�s County Public Schools)
(Prince George�s County Public Schools)
Other Maryland school boards elect leaders, but not so in Prince George’s County.

Va. attorney general launches Conviction Integrity Unit to identify wrongful convictions

Nearly 80 prosecutors and attorneys general have launched such units, leading to more than 460 exonerations of wrongly convicted defendants.

D.C. opened vaccine appointments to people 65 and older. Here’s what some seniors went through to get the shot.

A cumbersome online portal, long lines at some vaccination sites and other hurdles awaited people eager to protect themselves from the coronavirus.
Amid threats of violence and an explosion of coronavirus cases, Howard University students and professors celebrate Harris’s ascent.
Some systems have launched new service options to meet new travel patterns.
Urban leaders see Buttigieg’s willingness to pursue so-called “complete streets” as a promising sign in the incoming transportation secretary.
Some self-proclaimed militia groups say they’ll stay away to avoid being tied to any potential mayhem.
Derrick Evans built a brand as a confrontational local activist known for harassing people he deemed immoral or threatening. Usually, his targets were women or people of color.

The case of Jalen Brown illustrates how confusing the largely unwritten school rules for online expression can be.
Showers pop up in the "warmth" of today. After that, pretty dry through Inauguration Day.
The government has agreed not to release census population data until after Biden’s inauguration.
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In Aberdeen, Md., the police chief’s son declared he had 'stormed the Capitol,' prompting the same kind of reckoning underway in communities across the country. There was fear, fury, lies, conspiracy theories and, before long, a threat of more violence.
Incident occurred on New Hampshire Avenue, according to county police.
String of dry days began on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021.
State leaders were also hurrying to protect government buildings, while mobilizing additional police officers and National Guard troops ahead of expected right-wing protests this weekend and Inauguration Day.
Hotels that normally house out-of-town visitors are occupied by National Guard troops deployed to the region.
Del. Jay Jones is running against Mark R. Herring in the pursuit of the Democratic nomination for attorney general.
The first attack ad lands as the party considers reversing its decision to hold a convention instead of a primary.
Due to the pandemic, D.C. Superior Court stopped holding jury trials as of late March 2020.
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D.C.-area forecast: Some rain or snow showers today, then sunshine dominates into next week

Showers pop up in the "warmth" of today. After that, pretty dry through Inauguration Day.