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At Washington National Cathedral, more than two dozen faith leaders prayed with Trump on his first morning in office.
In a letter to alumnae, the head of school said she disagreed with the Cathedral’s decision to perform at the inauguration.
Twenty-six members of the clergy will participate in the service, but there won’t be a sermon.
Three churches have sold portions of their property, and are rebuilding their own facilities.
Richard Lewis’s life started in luxury and ended in a brutal attack outside Union Station.
Beloved neighborhood resident dies in shooting between rivals; man also injured, police said.
Christian Alexander Sosa Rivas was identified by police Monday.
Jeffrey Slavin, the mayor of Somerset, Md., called emails about whether President Obama would be welcomed as a Woodmont member deeply offensive.
Hundreds of volunteers — including one who is the same height as the president-elect — staffed an inauguration dry run five days before the real thing.
The Post wants to hear from you if your church plans to attend the presidential inauguration.