(The Washington Post)
(The Washington Post)
The demonstration down Constitution Avenue was largely peaceful, before some windows were broken

With costs up and revenue down for public colleges during the pandemic, one governor has a plan: Refinance

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam proposed a plan to restructure higher-education debt to ease the financial strain on public universities during the pandemic, leveraging the state's AAA bond rating to help schools.

'I had to come’: Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s admirers line up to see her one more time

The crowds came from across the country to pass her casket.
The victim was a retired postal worker and U.S. Army veteran.
Trump appointees “commandeered” the prepublication review for political ends, the career official’s attorney told a court.
Nearly 1 million voters have voted early in person or requested absentee ballots so far.
School boards vote on similar plans that phase in categories of students over the next six weeks.
Washington Mystics guard Natasha Cloud pushed Events D.C. to make the Entertainment and Sports Arena available.

Voters in some localities say they’re confused by conflicting instructions. Elections officials say new requirements from the General Assembly and courts came late in the season.
It’s a mildly interesting number to mathematicians. To a psychic, 771 portends great things.
The blue skies will be replaced with more gray. Rain should stay to the south, though.
Roy McGrath has been under public scrutiny about payments made to him at his previous job leading a quasi-state agency.
Ruling a “setback” for opponents of SunTrust plaza development in trendy D.C. neighborhood.
Officials said Wednesday that they are making preparations for a possible second wave of infections this fall.
Maryland’s GOP governor said Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s successor should not be rammed through “on a partisan-line vote.”
House Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn blasted Del. Thomas Wright for not alerting those he may have exposed in Richmond.
The Newport News rally is intended to reach voters across the border, a Trump campaign official says.
Temperatures remain very comfortable the next several days with highs generally 75 to 80.
Victim, 81, was assaulted in March and died in May, according to police.
Northeast resident, 29, was killed on Jay Street, police said.
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PM Update: Clouds increase into Thursday, but it’s still quite pleasant

The blue skies will be replaced with more gray. Rain should stay to the south, though.