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(Photos by Julia Rendleman for The Washington Post and Vicki Cronis-Nohe for The Washington Post)
The 2nd District candidates said their opponents were misrepresenting their record or positions on a variety of issues.

Spanberger and Republican challenger Freitas debate on health care, income inequality in first debate

The candidates are locked in one of the most competitive races in Virginia.

Major RNC, Trump fundraiser Elliott Broidy pleads guilty to acting as unregistered foreign agent

Broidy admitted conspiring to accept millions after helping to secretly lobby the Trump administration on behalf of Malaysian and Chinese interests.
Motorist was trying to put gas into his car, U.S. Park Police said.
Detectives investigate on Maxwell Court, police say.
Victim, 64, had “blunt force trauma,” police say.
City leaders say they need to get young students back to buildings, but some fear the plan could destabilize middle and high schools.
When investigators came to inspect evidence, they found it had been ‘manipulated,’ the Washington Metrorail Safety Commission said.

High-risk health-care workers, first responders and older adults in congregate settings will be a priority, according to a new state plan.
The state-supported military college denies that Black cadets face widespread racism and a hostile atmosphere.
Festival is to go on, however, according to organizers.
A stone obelisk marking the combat death of the first Confederate soldier will go to a local preservation society, while two howitzers will become part of Manassas battlefield park.
Among the changes, the new rules will require riders to lock the devices to poles or bike racks.
Officials in D.C., Maryland and Virginia say the surge in mail voting could delay full election results by days or even weeks.
Videographer Darnley Hodge Jr.’s film seeks to understand the system that leads some to value Whiteness over Blackness — and counteract it.
Tomorrow is close to a repeat of today. Morning clouds give way to warm afternoon sun.
Doctors could decide minors age 11 and up are capable of informed consent for their own vaccinations.
“A hot piece of lead will cut through your skull,” was part of a message sent to U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan, say prosecutors and people familiar with the case.
Didier Kindambu improperly used loan to buy a plane, prosecutors allege.
Del. Sam Rasoul, a Roanoke Democrat, filed paperwork to begin raising money for next year’s contest.
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Tomorrow is close to a repeat of today. Morning clouds give way to warm afternoon sun.