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The White House said the president was open to delaying funding for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border until September as the administration sought to project confidence that a new spending bill would be passed by the Friday deadline and a government shutdown would be avoided.
In strategy and substance, the American public disagrees with the conservative policies that President Trump and congressional Republicans are pursuing to replace the Affordable Care Act, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Sticking to one of his campaign pledges but shattering another, President Trump instructed advisers to drastically cut the corporate tax rate from 35 percent. By doing so — but not committing to measures that would offset the revenue loss — Trump is making clear he is putting a priority on cutting taxes over the national debt.
In the administration's first major trade action against its northern neighbor, the U.S. is planning to impose a roughly 20 percent tariff on softwood lumber imported from Canada.
Prince William County Sheriff Glendell Hill yanked his endorsement of longtime ally Corey Stewart over his Confederate-centric campaign in the GOP primary. Four of the Republicans who serve with Stewart on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors will back his GOP rival, Ed Gillespie.
Fire swept through a nearly completed seven-story apartment building in Prince George’s County Monday morning, saturating an area of College Park with so much smoke that a nearby apartment with many seniors was evacuated and the University of Maryland closed.
Jasmine Orsted settled a lawsuit against the University of Mary Washington, and she said she hopes her decision to take a stand, instead of ignoring fellow students' comments, helps others.
John Brewer had been on administrative leave from Dominion High since early December amid questions about a glowing recommendation he made for a former band teacher later accused of inappropriate behavior with students.
NBA Playoffs
Round 1, Game 4
The Wizards allowed 34 points in the fourth quarter, and the defense squandered the best shooting night of the series from Bradley Beal as they fell to the Hawks, 111-101.
A string of hits in the late innings proved to be Washington’s downfall in an 8-4 loss to the Colorado Rockies.
Stanley Cup Playoffs
A number of Washington's moves this season were made with a potential playoff matchup against Pittsburgh in mind. Now the Capitals will see if they pay off.
Capital Weather Gang
Washington’s April temperatures this spring have more closely resembled what’s normal in Memphis.
The four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath residence in Northwest D.C. is most easily recognizable by its vibrant pink front door.
Some lawmakers questioned whether President Trump intends to use the highly sensitive meeting as a photo op ahead of his symbolic 100-day mark.
The post prompted questions about whether the federal government improperly promoted the president’s moneymaking enterprises. In a statement, the State Department apologized for “any misperception.”
The second lethal injection of the night had been temporarily halted as a federal judge considered claims that the first execution may have been botched. But late Monday, Marcel W. Williams’s death sentence was carried out.
The Take
The Supreme Court justice said the court should have accepted the case of a man who was shot in the back by a Houston police officer in 2010. Her dissent, which criticized past decisions by the court, drew a rebuttal from two of her colleagues.
The Fix
On the day he was originally scheduled to return to Fox News from vacation, O’Reilly spoke out on a podcast about the sexual harassment allegations that led to his ouster and hinted at a campaign to clear his name.
The Fix
Taiki Masuda is fighting a $3,000 fine that was levied two years ago. Tattoos are strongly associated with organized crime in Japan and are therefore almost universally viewed with repugnance.
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