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Here we go again: 45-day Red Line shutdown brings flashbacks of SafeTrack
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Brookland and Rhode Island Avenue stations will be shuttered through Sept. 3, disrupting all train travel on the Glenmont end of the line.

Meet Spike: The National Zoo’s new elephant and only male brings hope for a baby
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Standing nine feet tall and weighing as much as a delivery truck, he’s the biggest animal at the zoo.

U.S. Sen. Kamala D. Harris endorses Ben Jealous in run for Maryland governor
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She is the third U.S. senator who has backed the former NAACP president’s campaign.


Woman fatally shot in SE Washington
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Police said they stopped a suspect and recovered a weapon.

Bowser — the ‘mayor who hates guns’ — champions March for Our Lives and step
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Gliding to second term, the mayor has a chance to build national stature and local support


Former Md. basketball coach may have victimized 59 minors, court cases show
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Capitol Heights man secretly recorded boys in a hotel bathroom during a game trip, and also solicited images from other children.

Man fatally shot in Adelphi identified
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Victim found with gunshot wounds to the upper body, police said.

Man accused of threatening to kill Virginia congressman over marijuana policy
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Wallace Godwin, 69, said he would ‘do something’ about Rep. Scott Taylor, authorities said.

Students take the lead, but politicians will be out in force at March for Our Lives
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Lawmakers, elected officials and candidates from the DMV say they plan to participate.

Some wanted a D.C. Council member to resign for his anti-Semitic comments. Jewish leaders invited hi
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The Trayon White controversy has opened a dialogue between Jews and African Americans about racism and other issues.

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