More than 10,600 cases in D.C., Maryland and Virginia

In just the D.C. metro region, the number of confirmed cases climbed nearly 80 percent in 24 hours, driven by a jarring spike in Prince George’s and Montgomery counties.

With baseball paused, the Nationals and José Andrés’s World Central Kitchen hustle to feed the needy

The nonprofit group has partnered with the team to turn Nationals Park into a food production facility.

Coronavirus in D.C.: What the first month tells us about its spread

The next 30 days could show if the District will be in the next wave of hot spots or if social distancing measures have been effective at “flattening the curve.”
Gideon McKean, 8, and his mother, Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean, died after they were swept out of a canoe last week. The boy’s grandmother is former Maryland lieutenant governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend.
Several jurisdictions have begun eliminating pay raises and property tax rate increases.
Sgt. Donna Allen is the second District officer to die in three days.
We wanted to teach kids how to read a newspaper. I hope we succeeded.

Members of the DeafBlind community, many of whom rely on touch to communicate, describe feeling increasingly isolated, losing interpreter services and fearing what will happen if they end up in the hospital.
The zoo live-streamed the event for public inspiration.
The resort town’s ban, which applies to women but not men, is constitutional, judge rules.
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