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Animal has been captured, euthanized, health department says.
The race for an at-large D.C. Council seat is about a lot things. Race isn’t one of them.
The positions wield little power in the District but have attracted significant amounts of money this election cycle.
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Four days after Donald Wuerl's exit over abuse criticism, Catholic leaders say the move is necessary for "full transparency."
Attack reportedly occurred indoors.
White city council member faces black challenger in contest colored by a city’s resentments
Del. Meagan Simonaire, who will leave office in January, switched from Republican to Democrat.
Can the school, so recently besieged, position itself as a model for other institutions?
In backlash, hosts force referendum in San Diego; short-term rentals continue rapid growth despite new regulations.
It's a bit muggy until the cold front passes.
The County Council passed a bill allowing fee waivers for certain residential developers. Rushern Baker tried to veto the measure.
James A. Wolfe admitted lying to the FBI about his use of encrypted messaging.
He is developing well, zookeepers say, and they have lots of pictures and video to show off.
The attack took place Sunday morning in the H Street corridor.
Drivers face delays as Shady Grove Road in Rockville area is closed after crash.
A scandal over forged signatures on ballot petitions seems to be having little impact on the race, the poll found.
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