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D.C.-area forecast: Steamy today with showers and storms possible
Scattered showers and storms take shape toward midday or early afternoon as a cold front pushes south.

Pedestrian struck and killed in Pr. George’s County
Woman was in a crosswalk, police said, when she was hit by an SUV.

Angered by family separations at the border, advocacy groups plan White House protest June 30
Protests are planned in 132 cities across the country June 30 to demonstrate outrage at the Trump administration's policy of separating immigrant families at the border.

Teen is fatally shot at a neighborhood park in Maryland
Police said the shooting happened Monday afternoon in Bladensburg.

Delaney backs Sidney Katz in Montgomery council reelection bid
Katz is being challenged for the Democratic nomination by first-time candidate Ben Shnider.

What’s up with the mystery funnel cloud over Northern Virginia on Sunday
It didn't look like anything we'd expect to see on a hot but otherwise boring-weather day in June.

Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton demands release of airport chief’s contract
Norton directed the Authority to provide a copy of Potter's contract to the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure within 30 days.

Md., Va. governors pull Guard troops from border to protest separations
Larry Hogan is the second Republican governor to take action against the controversial Trump administration strategy.

Pro-Jealous super PAC launches anti-Baker attack ads
Mailers and digital ads from Maryland Together We Rise super PAC blames Baker for “failing our children.”

They won the right to move their restaurant to a new location. But they ran out of money.
The owners of La Bergerie, a French restaurant in Alexandria, say they will not reopen after lawsuit.

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