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D.C.-area forecast: Brief wintry mix possible late today ahead of heavier rain tonight, then Arctic
Sustained wintry weather is not expected locally. An isolated slick spot isn't impossible, especially to the north.

‘We will not be silenced’: A march takes on new meaning in the age of Trump
Meanwhile, the place where people go in Washington to learn about American Indians remains shuttered.

Answer Man raises a glass to S.T. Suit, the whiskey king who created Suitland, Md.
The Bladensburg native made his fortune in Kentucky and returned to the D.C. area to invest it.

D.C. Islamic teacher talked sex and extremist propaganda with student, prosecutors say
Seitu Kokayi is charged in federal court in Alexandria with coercion and enticement of a minor.

‘A reassuring step forward’: GWU proposes new anti-discrimination policies
The rules emerge a year after students posted a racially charged photo on Snapchat.

‘This is pretty humiliating’: Food banks fill in for paychecks as government shutdown dr
The Capital Area Food Bank expanded its ‘pop-up’ markets in the Washington region.

Senators urge Metro to guard against Chinese spying in new subway cars
Lawmakers say the transit agency should get clearance from the Pentagon and Homeland Security before awarding a contract.

Proposed solar energy developments draw opposition over loss of farmland
Gary Atkinson wants a temporary solar farm on about 20 percent of his land at the Mason-Dixon Line. Some residents are pushing back.

Nancy W. Ignatius, environmental activist and National Cathedral lay leader, dies at 93
She was a longtime member of the Washington Chorus, which won a Grammy Award in 2000.

Metro Red Line riders to face SafeTrack-like disruptions this summer
Purple Line construction and Metro rehabilitation work mean either a shutdown or weeks of single-tracking on the eastern end of the line.

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