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‘It’s fear, fear, fear’: As enforcement increases, more immigrants avoid public places
Business owners across the region say trade is down. Some parents are reportedly keeping children home from school.
Report: Public schools in the District remain highly segregated
Study from UCLA urges the city to take more steps to diversify its campuses.
Education Digest: Suit targets for-profit college documents
A group wants to help students get their education loans canceled.
Tax dollars keep flowing to landlord D.C. is suing over housing conditions
Sanford Capital has 19 apartment buildings in the District, and over the past eight years the company has racked up hundreds of warnings and $150,000 in fines.
Shooting in SW Washington, within blocks of ballpark
Man wounded Saturday in daylight attack.
Service delayed to Greenbelt after intruder spotted on tracks
Metro issues alert about 1 a.m. Monday
Trial of man accused in killing of Lyon sisters in Md. is delayed until fall
A roundup of news from the Washington region.
PM Update: Clouds on the increase tonight. Mild weather returns Monday.
Winter's return will last only about 24 hours. Warm weather reigns for the last week of February.
Montgomery County struggles to strike a balance in the nation’s immigration fight
Officials want to amend a state bill that would limit local cooperation with immigration agents, concerned that it goes too far.
Was I wrong to think an Apple Watch might improve my life?
The quirks of my new timepiece/fitness tracker have got me worried.
D.C.-area forecast: Much cooler and breezy today, but warmth makes a comeback toward midweek
Despite today's cool-down, we could hit 70 again midweek, maybe some showers, too.
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