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17-year-old arrested in killing of classmate found in Germantown creek

Both the victim and suspect were students at Northwest High School and knew each other, police said.

Officials investigating possible overdose deaths at D.C. jail

Two people in custody died, and another was hospitalized, in two separate incidents at the D.C. jail.

Prince George’s police investigate crash that killed 71-year-old man

Moses Yogaraj, 71, of Temple Hills was killed, police said.

$25,000 reward offered for information in fatal shooting in Prince George’s

The victim was killed in the 3200 block of Reed Street in unincorporated Glenarden.

Virginia man shoots wife then himself, police say

The couple were found dead in their home near the City of Fairfax.

Sen. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland recovering after minor stroke

Van Hollen is hospitalized but said he expects to return to work later this week.

In reversal, Montpelier appoints directors from descendants of the enslaved

The board overseeing James Madison's Montpelier has appointed a historic slate of directors representing descendants of enslaved workers.

Three people killed in two incidents in Prince William County

One man was found shot in the Triangle area, while two men were found shot in Woodbridge.

Woman killed in three-vehicle crash on I-95 in Northern Virginia

The early-morning accident occurred near Old Keene Mill Road in the Franconia-Springfield area.

A guide to the 2022 D.C. Democratic primaries

Here's who is on the ballot ahead of the June 21 primary.

D.C.-area forecast: Severe storm threat today, amazing Tuesday, late week heat blast

Storms this afternoon could produce damaging winds, hail and even a tornado.

One person dead after crash in Seat Pleasant

The crash occurred about noon Sunday, officials said.

Women settle lawsuit against Liberty University

Twelve women who accused Liberty University of fostering an unsafe environment and mishandling sexual assault and harassment cases have settled their lawsuit with the school.
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More than 1,800 congressmen once enslaved Black people. This is who they were, and how they shaped the nation.

The Washington Post has compiled the first database of slaveholding members of Congress by examining thousands of pages of census records and historical documents.
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PM Update: With storms gone, a pleasant night and beautiful Tuesday

Humidity is being whisked away by a cold front. Tuesday's looking glorious.

May 16 morning weather update

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