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Biden administration, House Democrats reach agreement in Donald McGahn subpoena lawsuit

The House is seeking McGahn’s testimony about Trump’s efforts to interfere with the Mueller investigation.

Virginia, meet Glenn Youngkin — the Republican nominee for governor who both parties are racing to define

Donald Trump thinks Youngkin’s great, and Democrats are happy to let everyone know.

Virginia, meet Glenn Youngkin — the Republican nominee for governor who both parties are racing to define

Donald Trump thinks Youngkin’s great, and Democrats are happy to let everyone know.

Winsome Sears, former state delegate, wins GOP nomination for Virginia lieutenant governor

Sears, a former Marine, emerged victorious in a ranked-choice balloting process that included five other candidates vying for the second-highest office in the commonwealth.

Jailing of 2 in officer’s assault highlights legal debate over detaining Capitol breach defendants

A judge upheld the pretrial detention of the men accused of using bear spray against police, helping rioters get past barricades.

Ransomware attack on D.C. police resumes with more internal files released

The group Babuk is threatening to make more information public if D.C. refuses to pay.

What you should know about coronavirus vaccines for younger adolescents

Now, that the Food and Drug Administration has cleared the first coronavirus vaccine for emergency use in children as young as 12, families are sure to have questions about the Pfizer-BioNTech shot and when it will become available.

Alexis Hawkins got expelled from high school. Last week she got her law degree.

The D.C. resident said she grew up brawling over beefs, but now she wants to take her fight to the courtroom to help others like herself.

Virginia officials push for school vaccine clinics for young teens as Pfizer authorization nears

With a green light expected Wednesday, the region is preparing to vaccinate 12-to-15-year-olds.

Transgender woman sues D.C. jail over alleged discrimination after she was housed in men’s unit

The ACLU of D.C. and the D.C. public defender’s office filed a lawsuit on behalf of Sunday Hinton, who has been detained since April 26.

PM Update: It’s chilly tonight ahead of a sun-filled Wednesday

Temperatures fall deep into the 40s tonight. Tomorrow's looking great.

Virginia declares emergency over Colonial Pipeline as some motorists scurry for fuel

Anxious motorists rushing to fill up tanks have led to shortages, and a small percentage of stations in Virginia, Georgia and other states have been left with no gas to sell, industry analysts said.

At a troubled D.C. hospital, fewer patients and looming cuts in funding, services

Some say propping up United Medical Center is vital to the community, even though many Ward 8 residents won’t go there.

Man found fatally stabbed in Starburst Plaza in Northeast D.C., police say

The victim was identified as a 43-year-old Maryland man.

D.C.’s Black Lives Matter mural will be repainted after brief disappearance amid construction

Activists continue to criticize the mayor, saying she did not take concrete action after it was first created.

Girl, 15, pleads guilty to murder in fatal carjacking of Uber Eats driver in D.C.

A case is pending against a 13-year-old girl also charged in the incident.

‘Pop’ or ‘soda’ or ‘coke’? What you call it probably depends on where you grew up.

You’ll really get your words’ worth with this column on regional English.

Three dead, child wounded in murder-suicide in Anne Arundel County

Shawn Maurice Price called out for his former girlfriend before he opened fire, police said.

D.C. parking enforcement will resume June 1 after suspension for pandemic

“You should expect, as we have more activity in the city, full parking enforcement will resume at some point,” the mayor said in March.

They moved for in-person school during the pandemic. Now they must decide: Stay or go?

Some families have found new lives that they don’t want to let go of.

Mike Rosenbaum, Baltimore business owner, launches bid for Maryland governor

Rosenbaum says he would focus on building economic opportunities for all residents.
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PM Update: It’s chilly tonight ahead of a sun-filled Wednesday

Temperatures fall deep into the 40s tonight. Tomorrow's looking great.