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National Philharmonic bows out abruptly as it runs out of money
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After 36 years in operation, the Maryland-based orchestra says it lacks the funding needed to save its upcoming season.

D.C. moves to protect women’s health coverage if Affordable Care Act repealed
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Women will not have to pay extra for contraception and breast cancer screening.



Following fraud probe, a Md. district drafts plan to improve grading
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Prince George’s County school leaders say they are tightening controls on student records and upgrading technology to improve graduation certification.


McAuliffe says Virginia has done its part to fix Metro and needs Maryland and D.C. to step up
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At the official release of the LaHood report, the governor says “we know what we need to do.”

Federal consumer watchdog suspends probe into Va. firm accused of preying on detained immigrants
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The embattled Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will step back from its investigation of Libre by Nexus until a judge rules on a lawsuit that the company filed against the agency.

‘No one has to pay a toll’: Va. transportation chief defends high tolls on I-66 after ch
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Transportation Secretary Aubrey Layne acknowledged that the tolls are higher than many anticipated, but he said that there is nothing unfair about the new system and that it is working as intended.

McAuliffe says Virginia has done its part to fix Metro and needs Maryland and D.C. to step up
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The outgoing governor said his state has done its share for the agency by urging board reforms and pledging to provide dedicated funding, and he called on Maryland and the District to join the effort.

E.W. Jackson, conservative firebrand, preparing U.S. Senate bid in Virginia
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The controversial minister, who says gay people are ill and yoga leads to Satan, will announce his candidacy on Dec. 11. He will face Corey Stewart for the GOP nomination, eventually hoping to unseat Democrat Tim Kaine next year.

Amid so much adult ugliness, these 9-year-olds deliver a lesson in decency
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Georgetown Titan Leopold Hylton had never played goalie and didn’t know how. So the boy on the opposing Hagerstown Bulldogs showed him how.

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