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Tech companies and civil liberties groups objected to court order over users’ information
If approved by the D.C. Council, teachers’ salaries would rise 9 percent over three years.
The body of a man was found on Sept. 5 at the vast park campus in Montgomery County.
The vehicle slammed into a tree just after 3 a.m. Saturday
Gregory Katsas has also held high-level Justice Department posts.
There are delays and confusion over benefits for low-income residents of the city.
A political gerrymandering lawsuit is on hold pending the outcome of a similar Supreme Court case.
A D.C. Circuit panel last month blocked enforcement of a concealed-carry law.
Lower court to decide if Grimm’s graduation makes challenge to bathroom policy moot