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Harriet Tubman is coming to the $20 bill. Supporters want her at the Maryland State House, too.
A University of Maryland activist and some elected officials want a statue of the abolitionist alongside one of a proslavery justice.

D.C.-area forecast: The heat is back and may challenge records Friday
Today is just a warm-up for the heat threatening to inflict pain Friday.

Police investigated who took a play firetruck from a park. Turns out it was D.C. government.
The truck for children was last seen about a week ago at Walter Pierce Park in Northwest Washington.

The third preseason game is the most important for Kirk Cousins and the Redskins
The "dress rehearsal" is a chance for Washington's starters to play their only significant snaps of the preseason.

Virginia could be facing much bigger budget shortfall than expected
Gov. McAuliffe is set to announce a figure Friday in the range of $1.5 billion, two people said.

So, how bad is the Georgetown Cupcake line, really?
The Staycationer visits Georgetown Cupcake to see whether the cakes are worth the wait.

Why you aren’t just imagining how hard you’re working to own a home in D.C.
TOWN SQUARE | A new GoBankingRates.com study shows District residents rank No. 2 — behind Hawaii — in the number of hours they have to work to pay a mortgage in the city.

Charities and county form plan for doling out donations to Silver Spring fire victims
Community members donated more than $500,000. Now the displaced families, piecing their lives back together, await their share of the money.

Metro riders should expect delays on Blue, Orange and Silver lines
Delays on three of Metro's rail lines for riders. The delays are on the Blue, Orange and Silver lines and due to an earlier track problem.

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