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Students protest after Maryland lawsuit alleges ‘shameless corruption’ in concealing rape case
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Students at the University of Maryland Baltimore County staged a campus protest this week after a federal lawsuit alleged police, prosecutors and university officials concealed reports of sexual assault.

Man fatally shot near the Capital Beltway in Greenbelt, Md.
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The D.C. region has seen 195 homicides so far this year.

A fatal crash and bad weather led to a messy commute Tuesday morning
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One person died in a crash on Interstate 66 in Northern Virginia.

Man shot in Md. dies two weeks later; police investigating case as a homicide
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An autopsy showed that Anthony Buress, 50, died of complications from the shooting, police said.

Council member Obie Patterson improperly promoted Ben Jealous event, Prince George’s GOP alleg
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A staff member in the Democrat’s office sent out an invitation to a Jealous fundraiser from their county email.

‘Race-blind’ Va. political map offered to replace one deemed racial gerrymander
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Facing an Oct. 30 deadline, GOP leaders propose new House of Delegates district lines.

Her secret to teaching math: Show students how confidence - fear=success
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A longtime educator says that closing the achievement gap begins with attending to her students state of mind.

Montgomery resident alleges Floreen violated campaign finance law
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The complaint claims the county executive candidate exceeded limits on how much money one can take from affiliated groups. The candidate disagrees.

When phase 2 of the Silver Line opens in 2020, Metro employees probably won’t be running it
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Metro says hiring a private company to fill new Silver Line jobs, rather than adding to the ranks of unionized employees, will help control operating and maintenance costs.

This Southwest Airlines flight turned into a D.C. airport shuttle
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A Southwest Airlines flight was diverted from Reagan National Airport due to weather. That was just the beginning.

U-Md. used a private company for a tornado warning. That can be problematic.
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The alert, which students received Monday evening, was prompted by information from AccuWeather, a private company that sometimes works with public bodies.

Rep. Dave Brat brings in trusted tea party adviser in final stretch of campaign
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Phil Rapp, who had been an informal adviser, will take a leading role.

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