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On day of fasting, D.C. Jewish group plans a controversial event: Lunch

Some Jewish young adults who do not fast on Yom Kippur will gather in D.C. for a meetup meant to help them feel more connected to the holiday.

18-year-old man shot, killed Saturday night in Northeast D.C.

Ronald Porter was fatally shot on the 1300 block of Adams Street NE.

On Saturday, a new month started like the old one ended

Friday, Saturday were both cool, wet, windy.

Thousands regain power in Virginia as Ian’s remnants sweep through region

Southeastern Virginia was hit hardest Saturday, leaving 30,000 Dominion customers without power.

7 D.C. officers removed from violent-crime squad amid internal probe

D.C.'s police chief said seven officers were believed to have been involved in seizing guns from suspects, but not arresting them.

PM Update: Rain, rain won’t go away, all the way through Sunday

Hurricane Ian's remnants will bring us more rain and gusty winds tomorrow.
  • 21 hours ago

Fire rips through Montgomery County complex, damaging eight townhouses

The fire at a development in Silver Spring took 90 firefighters to put out.

A new book explores the fasces, a symbol of power — and of unity

The fasces has been embraced in different ways at different times.

The D.C. snipers terrorized a region. Here’s what it was like.

The attacks sparked terror across the region and sparked a massive manhunt that was continually stymied and in some ways critically flawed.

Explore aerial images of Hurricane Ian’s damage to the Florida coast

Newly released aerial imagery shows the flood damage and devastation wrecked by Hurricane Ian in the region around Fort Myers, Fla.

Fare evasion in D.C. is rising. Money troubles are pushing Metro to confront it.

Fare evasion has worsened during the pandemic and is a visible reminder to riders of revenue Metro is not collecting.

D.C.-area forecast: Periodic raindrops throughout the weekend

The heavier rain of last night moves off, but additional waves are likely into early week. Temperatures are quite cool, as well.

On a cloudy Washington Friday, the storm seemed clearly on its way

Despite the overcast, daylight deferred Ian’s remnants.

Man shoots self at gun show, police say

The incident occurred about 3:45 p.m. at a gun show at the Dulles Expo Center, the police said.
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D.C.-area forecast: Scattered showers continue today with a cool breeze

Gradually less rainy early this week before a brighter and warmer Wednesday.
  • 7 hours ago

September 28 morning weather update