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Students at a Maryland high school come together after two deaths
Winston Churchill High School has lost two of its own in less than two months.

Part of South Capitol Street in SE Washington closed due to blown transformer
Southbound lanes on South Capital Street in Southeast Washington closed after blown transformer. Crews are on the scene.

Foxx, saying ‘no more excuses’ for Metro, replaces 3 board members
The transportation secretary names safety experts to the transit agency’s board.


Phil Kives, K-Tel pitchman ‘As Seen on TV’ who got America ‘Hooked on Classics,’ dies at 87
He sold items that sliced and diced, including the Veg-O-Matic, and millions of record compilations.

Never a dark day in this Woodley Park rowhouse
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | In obvious and no-so-obvious ways, light is dispersed throughout the 1910 home.

DEBORAH SIMMONS: Prom season 2016 is a costly proposal
WashingtonTimes.com / Thu, 28 Apr 2016 19:32:04 -0400

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Diane stood out like Cinderella. Her dress had a modest strapless bodice bathed in silver sequins and an off-white, floor-length rayon skirt kissed by crinoline of the same color.

Her accessories were 5-inch, T-strap rhinestone shoes and a rhinestone necklace than perfectly graced her decolletage. In succession, her fairy ...


FBI seeks man believed to have robbed two banks in Alexandria
The man wore a baseball cap in both robberies, investigators said.

Reporter Hilde Kate Lysiak, 9, still breaking news in Pa. (between TV appearances)
The dedicated crime journalist made a round of network TV appearances, then scored another big scoop with a suspected criminal.

Va. senator travels to Syria, shakes hands with Bashar al-Assad
Sen. Richard H. Black has praised the Syrian president as a protector of Syrian Christians.

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