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D.C.-area forecast: Mild to occasionally warm, through early next week
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A dry weekend may not end without some clouds, but skies generally stay bright

Hundreds apply to carry loaded, concealed handguns in D.C. Most don’t live there.
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Loosening of the law marks cultural shift in a city where most residents could not legally keep handguns in their homes a decade ago.

Maryland transportation chief expects Purple Line to open in 2022 despite ‘some delays’
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Maryland's transportation secretary, Pete K. Rahn, said the delays stem from a one-year legal battle over the project's environmental impacts.


It’s not just Ballou: Schools across D.C. are graduating students who were chronically absent
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The D.C. government released a striking report this week highlighting pervasive absenteeism among high school seniors: More than 11 percent of graduates receiving a diploma from a D.C. public high school last year missed most of the academic year. The report from the Office of the State Superintendent of Education saved its sharpest criticism for Ballou High School, […]

Hear Kenny ‘Babyface’ Edmonds like you’ve never heard him before at the Kennedy Center
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The soulful crooner is staging his first-ever collaboration with a full orchestra this weekend.

Police charge a 15-year-old boy in robbery spree that included a carjacking
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The youth was arrested after a police pursuit ended in Southeast Washington.

Govs. Hogan, Northam ask Trump administration to exempt Md. and Va. from expanded offshore drilling
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Citing the “environmental and economic importance of the Atlantic Ocean,” a bipartisan group of governors asks to be exempt — like Florida — from drilling.

Mother identifies woman put out of Baltimore hospital as mentally ill 22-year-old
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“My daughter did not choose to be the face of mental illness,” her mother said.

Death of Fairfax County jail inmate ruled a homicide, police say
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Investigators think the woman was assaulted by an acquaintance before her arrest.

Federal officer fatally shot in Pennsylvania used to serve D.C. Superior Court
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Deputy U.S. Marshal Christopher Hill was killed while trying to serve a warrant in Harrisburg.

The Washington region knows how a shutdown feels. And it’s not good.
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Residents, local governments prepare for missed paychecks, shuttered federal buildings and lots of uncertainty.

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