A pedestrian walks on 14th St. in D.C. on Tuesday. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Post)
A pedestrian walks on 14th St. in D.C. on Tuesday. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Post)

100,000 without power in Md. and Va., one day after Tropical Storm Isaias drenches Washington

Three confirmed tornadoes associated with Isaias struck Southern Maryland, according to an initial report from the National Weather Service.

Several communication failures compounded Metro Red Line derailment, safety commission head says

The train derailed in Silver Spring on July 7, after the operator ran a red light signal. Two cars of the 7000-series train left the tracks.

Six states form testing coalition in absence of federal strategy

A bipartisan group of governors agreed to a first-of-its-kind purchasing compact, hoping to pressure rapid-testing companies to quickly scale up supply.
“She was the kind of gal that anywhere she went, you’d want to be with Audrey,” Jim Conley, her husband of 55 years, said of the D.C.-area woman.
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The storm left behind deluged roads and streams, trees that had fallen into houses and reports of possible tornadoes as it skirted the immediate Washington metro area.
The woman was fatally shot last week, police say.
One of the seven was unconscious, police said.
Montgomery superintendent offers a detailed look at how fall learning will work in Maryland’s largest school system.

Overdose deaths continue to rise in the District amid covid-19.
More readers unburden themselves of the lies they’ve told and secrets they’ve kept.
“There is simply nothing to teach here by preserving his name,” Norton said.
Sunshine has returned after several inches of rain.
Tracking Hurricane Isaias, the storm that forecasts predict will track close to the east coast.
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