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D.C. area forecast: Settling right into summer, ahead of sketchy storm threat late this weekend
Seems like Mother Nature has forgotten about that "worst May ever" thing. But will she remember by Memorial Day?
Nationals vs. Mets weather forecast: Heating up in the midday sun
We're not used to upper 80s quite yet, so remember to stay hydrated, and don't forget the sunscreen.
Edwards blasts Democrats: ‘We are neither post-racial nor post-gender’
Congresswoman who focused on being a black woman in the Senate took her party to task in an essay.
Accused Metro rapist had been identified as suspect in earlier indecent exposure
John P. Hicks allegedly exposed himself on a train a week before, but Transit Police did not arrest him.
Born without hearing, an 11-year-old takes on the National Spelling Bee
Neil Maes’s parents just wanted him ‘to hear the birds, the water running, the winds in the trees.’ Now he’ll be called to the national stage.
Long-delayed Prince George’s hospital project faces new setback
Md. official in charge of approving state-of-the-art regional hospital says size, cost and scope must be reduced.
Maryland names former Eastern Shore schools chief as state superintendent
Karen B. Salmon was superintendent in Talbot County for a decade.
My active husband never slows down, not even for me
Dr. Andrea advises one reader who feels neglected by a go-getter spouse and another who feels left behind by cousins who once were as close as siblings.
Brandon Grove Jr., diplomat who led Foreign Service Institute, dies at 87
In the 1980s, he was consul general in Jerusalem and ambassador to Zaire.
McAuliffe in ‘shock’ over FBI investigation of campaign money, personal finances
The governor said his donations were “fully vetted” by his legal team.
Va. high school student charged with giving drugs to classmate who died
Alexia Springer, 17, of Centreville, died in March.
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