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Pregnant immigrant teen seeking abortion is released from government custody
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Her release averts for now a courtroom showdown over immigration and abortion.

Behavioral healthcare worker charged in teen patient’s death
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William P. Herndon, 47, charged with involuntary manslaughter after police say the 15-year-old victim died after being restrained by Herndon

Nurses at United Medical Center say babies still being born there despite shutdown of obstetrics uni
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But a spokeswoman for the D.C. hospital said only one birth has occurred, in the emergency room.

Maryland Democrats unveil bills to offset changes in federal tax law
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Bills would create state-run charity to benefit public schools, establish new personal exemption and keep estate tax in place.


1890 six-bedroom, seven-bathroom waterfront estate on Maryland’s Eastern Shore listing for $5.995 mi
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TOWN SQUARE | The Eastern Shore estate rests on 10 acres that include a tennis court, a basketball court, a skeet shooting range, a swimming pool and a dock on the Tred Avon River for fishing and boating.

Winter weather brings school closures, delays Wednesday in D.C. region
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Light snow early Wednesday could leave slick conditions in untreated areas.

How a defiant Chelsea Manning could upend the race for U.S. Senate in Maryland
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Former Army private convicted of espionage is challenging Sen. Ben Cardin, the top Democrat on Senate Foreign Relations.

For all those Democrats running for Md. governor, Wednesday’s a day of reckoning
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Campaign finance reports are due by midnight. On Tuesday, attorney James L. Shea said he’s raised more than $2 million so far.

GOP activist from Virginia quits Republican Party over Trump’s remarks
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Kyle McDaniel, 28, who was seen as a potential rising star, cited the president’s “appalling comments” about immigrants and what he called a nativist streak in the state party. His exit touched a nerve among officials who worry that Trump is causing fissures in the party.

Derailment shows communication, disaster response problems continue to hamper Metro
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Three years after the L’Enfant Plaza smoke calamity that killed one person and injured scores more, radio communication in tunnels is still a problem.

Va. Democrats kill hospital bill after GOP senator rebuffs them on Medicaid
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The Democrats’ tactics could signal how vigorously they intend to fight for expansion of health care for the poor, a top priority for Gov. Northam, as it had been for his predecessor, Terry McAuliffe.

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