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D.C.-area forecast: Warm and dry today; partly cloudy for eclipse day
The pattern reverts to a more humid one tomorrow through midweek, with shower and storm chances returning.

This Wisconsin Democrat gave $115k to elect Va.’s first transgender lawmaker
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele, a major Democratic donor, wants to make history by supporting Danica Roem.

Total solar eclipse weather forecast as of Aug. 20
For eclipse-viewing: The West is best, with more clouds in the Midwest and Southeast.

‘You can do this’: Program gives students advice and funding to get through college
D.C. College Access Program seeks to boost higher education goals in nation’s capital


During the solar eclipse, let’s not forget about the moon
The moon will be arranging itself in the prime position to allow us earthlings this awesome spectacle.


Imperiled monarch butterflies get help from Pr. William families
Bristow residents keep the caterpillars safe from birds and then release butterflies into the wild.

‘The Taking of Bird Feeder 123’: The new heist film starring an all-squirrel cast
Every job was different for this ragtag crew of thieves. Would this one be the last?

Millennials find unity, strength in Christ
WashingtonTimes.com / Sun, 20 Aug 2017 15:49:06 -0400

This past week, our Florida barrier island home was invaded by 10 "twentysomethings."

I say "invaded" because their laughter, energy and noise gloriously shattered my solitude. But they were actually invited, mostly because of the joyful noise they make.

These amazing young people defy the stereotype of their generation. They ...


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