Farewells are scheduled Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in the Capitol.

The presidential casket will be set in the Capitol Rotunda Monday as Bush lies in state.

A roundup of news from the Washington region.

D.C. police say Nya Howard-Reynolds, 19, was the victim.

The former law school professor and his student became partners in public service.

The county executive will leave politics after eight years in office and a loss in the governor’s race.

Lily Qi was elected by targeting a community with low voter turnout: her own.

Police say Abenezer Amare, 24, shot Derrick Alston after a fight inside a Woodbridge home.

Dyana Vasquez-Flores, 26, was a passenger in the vehicle driven by Antonio Gonzalez, 27.

Police say David Alvin Tynes, 69, allegedly shot a 20-year-old man who was attending a party upstairs from his Woodbridge apartment.

Two polling places in Prince George’s County ran out of paper ballots, while turnout overran resources in Burtonsville.

Analysts caution these numbers are no predictor of overall turnout rates, or whether there will be a “blue wave.”

Nearly half of Hispanics say life for people of their ethnicity has worsened since 2016, blaming the Trump administration for their increasing pessimism.

In a tweet, the president appeared to misunderstand the positions of the governor and local leaders.

Twelve District residents were arrested in July; advocates say it was racial profiling.

Jesse Colvin goes after Harris’s PAC money, record with veterans. Congressman was ready to rebut the talking points.

About half of those cases involve deported parents who decided to leave their child to pursue asylum on their own and live with sponsors.

Harris (R-Md.) says the omission cited by Democrats was an accident and has been corrected.

A spokesman for the congressional candidate said the D.C. condo is owned by his wife and did not have to be on the report.

Jesse Colvin is an Afghan vet with an Ivy League degree who says voters are longing for the center.

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