Metro and its largest union reach surprise labor agreement that would avoid privatization

The new four-year contract will allow the transit agency to reverse plans to outsource Silver Line operations.
(Gregory S. Schneider/The Post)
(Gregory S. Schneider/The Post)

In the capital of the Confederacy, a new monument and a chance to change the narrative

Two blocks from Stonewall Jackson on his horse, Kehinde Wiley’s “Rumors of War” both echoes and shatters the conventions of Richmond.

Northam calls for ‘historic’ boost to Virginia pre-K programs

The Democratic governor wants to put $95 million into programs for the state’s “littlest learners.”

D.C. sues Greyhound over buses idling at Union Station

The Department of Energy and Environment found 50 buses idling longer than the three-minute legal limit. Some buses let their engines idle more than 30 minutes, the suit says.
Executive order would define Jewish people as a nationality, triggering civil rights law.
Liu, 46, withdrew from consideration for the No. 3 Justice Department job in March but would return to Treasury as undersecretary for terrorism and financial crimes.
The shooting occured at a shopping center in the Waldorf area.
The lawsuit alleges that Universal Health Services has diverted resources from its teaching mission.
No further information about the incident was immediately available.

Police say robbery was apparent motive in killing
Charles E. McGee, a combat veteran of three wars, could be advanced to a higher rank.
Cecil County, in the state’s northeastern corner, is partnering with a private counseling service to provide therapy to young crime victims.
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