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The talk in Washington: Amazon’s arrival could launch a ‘war for talent’
With the arrival of HQ2, D.C. could move up to the majors as a tech capital.

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PM Update: A mix of sun and clouds through a cool weekend
We've got a much-needed break in the storminess on tap.

Powerful Virginia county could be headed for political transformation
Supervisor John Cook (R) won’t run for reelection; board chair Sharon Bulova (D) and other Democrats may leave as well.

Police arrest 5th suspect in July killing of 10-year-old Makiyah Wilson
The girl was shot in front of her apartment building in Northeast.

Northam removes two board members ahead of crucial vote on pipeline project
Environmentalists are outraged by decision. Pipeline vote affects historic African American community

Ex-boyfriend of Fairfax teen admitted strangling her, detective testifies
Nebiyu Ebrahim is charged in the slaying of 16-year-old Jholie Moussa.

This prosecutor’s cut-and-paste mistake revealed case against WikiLeaks founder
Kellen Dwyer inadvertently exposed the fact that charges have been filed against Julian Assange

Alleged D.C. white nationalist denied bail on gun-related charges
Authorities said Jeffrey Clark praised the accused mass killer who shot Pittsburgh synagogue.

Va. House Democratic leader Toscano plans to resign leadership post
As the state continues to trend blue, Toscano said he doesn’t have the time to devote anymore.

National Landing? In Amazon’s new neighborhood, a new and strange name
For people who live in Northern Virginia, Crystal City remains the favored moniker.

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