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Campaign 2016
Donald Trump’s extraordinary debate declaration sent the GOP scrambling to protect against what some in the party privately acknowledge could be a landslide victory for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte's sharp decline in support is the latest sign that the unpopularity of Donald Trump could put the GOP's control of Congress in serious jeopardy.
The insults Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton traded were supposed to be for laughs. At least, that was the idea.
The Hampton Roads Sanitation District hopes to keep the land from sinking further by injecting millions of gallons of wastewater to stop what some scientists have called a nightmare in super slow motion.
In a court hearing Thursday, journalist Sabrina Rubin Erdely testified that she believed the account of “Jackie” but also failed to reach out to key people: “It was a mistake to rely on someone whose intent it was to deceive me.”
The 75-year-old Uline Arena will reopen Friday as the East Coast’s largest store for a popular outdoor specialty chain that hopes to become a destination spot in the District.
After a hearing in which speakers blasted a proposal to end late-night weekend service, Metro’s general manager said he may try opening later on weekend mornings and closing earlier on weeknights.
A strong cold front aims to break the areas summer-like warmth. Occasional showers are probable for much of the day.
Mariam “Shadé” Adebayo had agreed to meet ex-boyfriend Donald Bricker one more time. She was there to tell him it really was over.
“We have no idea what happened yet,” said the father of one of the players charged with staging a gladiator-style fight between freshman teammates.
COLUMN | Larry Tutt, a disabled veteran, bellows greetings every morning to hundreds of people walking past a downtown D.C. corner. Nearly everyone smiles at him.
Prosecutors said in court papers they plan to charge Harold T. Martin under the Espionage Act. A 12-page memo laid out a much more far-reaching case than was previously outlined.
Dubbed the Alan Turing law, the move amounts to a very late apology achieved through an amendment to a bill that originally criminalized same-sex intimacy.
The assaults in the northern Iraqi city and at a nearby power plant Friday marked the militants' first significant counterattack since Iraqi forces launched an offensive for Mosul.
What do you get the man or woman who has everything? The Neiman Marcus Christmas Book, an annual exercise in all things excessive, has more than 700 ideas for you.
Campaign 2016
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“How can you call him a con artist and dangerous and object to all the controversial things he says and say I am still going to vote for him?” Obama asked of Sen. Marco Rubio, who is facing a tough reelection campaign.
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