A roundup of news from the D.C. region.
Molly Jean flew all the way home from Germany, but says her cat got lost between the gate and baggage claim at Dulles
In Charlottesville, a viral video of an attack by white supremacists made a 20-year-old special-education aide into a symbol of racial strife.
The latest novel from the man behind Lemony Snicket is a satire that’s missing some key ingredients.
Tyler Watkins Davis was sentenced to just over two years in prison for his role in the vicious assault on DeAndre Harris during the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally.
The cruelties of the Dozier School for Boys are the basis of “The Nickel Boys,” which Barack Obama put at the top of his summer reading list.
Lamar Williams, killed on a Vietnamese hilltop in 1971, left behind an infant daughter. She lobbied to have him moved to the country’s most hallowed military cemetery.
Patrick Gallagher’s wife, Tara, was among the 12 victims of a May 31 mass shooting. Now he must parent their toddler son without her.
DeWayne Craddock said it “has been a pleasure” to work for the city as an engineer, but he was resigning because of “personal reasons.”
In the early 1900s, Harvard's president wanted to cap the number of Jewish students at 15 percent.