D.C. police say one man was found in Northwest D.C., the second in Montgomery County.

Metro board members question whether region’s low-income residents will take unfair hit with budget cuts

Metro board Vice Chair Stephanie Gidigbi and Maryland Transportation Secretary Greg Slater said a Title VI analysis should precede budget cuts.

Trump’s planned Virginia rally poses coronavirus risk, health officials say

State and local officials anticipate a crowd of 4,000 — well above the 250-person cap.
Former Trump national security adviser John Bolton seeks dismissal of case or approval to investigate if classification review was politicized.
Yusef Azimi, principal of Thoreau Middle School in Vienna, was arrested Wednesday.
Steven Anthony Thompson died of his injuries on Sept. 4.
The airline said the tests may allow travelers who test negative to forgo quarantine and entry requirements for some destinations, including Hawaii.
Health experts cautioned that the public should continue to take precautions to avoid another rise in cases.

Clouds rule tonight and tomorrow. Any rain is spotty and brief.
A team is en route from Oklahoma to fix the radar while forecasters rely on surrounding sites for storm monitoring.
As thousands come to pay their respects, a massive outpouring is just what we needed.
The 18-year-old was fatally shot by D.C. police on Sept. 2 in Congress Heights.
The inspector general’s office for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority discovered the room in August 2019 after receiving an anonymous tip that workers were going there to “hang out and get drunk and party,” the agency watchdog said Thursday.
Roberta Marciano is one of three former campaign staffers implicated in the 2018 scandal.
The ballots that tens of thousands of voters have obtained online cannot be scanned directly by the state’s machines.
The plan resembles similar programs being pursued in nearby Fairfax and Loudoun.
Daniel Gade, a political newcomer and Iraq War veteran, trails Sen. Mark R. Warner (D) in recent polls.
The clock is running out on Maryland reaching a settlement to keep the light-rail contractor on the job amid cost disputes.
The lost Monacan tribal capital is slated for development as a water-pumping facility.
The incidents have left neighbors in the area on edge.
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PM Update: Patchy fog possible overnight with a couple showers around Friday

Clouds rule tonight and tomorrow. Any rain is spotty and brief.