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Parents of 4-year-old with cancer can’t buy ACA plan to cover her hospital care
’Almost as bad as the disease:’ Limited insurer options means less access to providers


How to ensure a Tim Kaine victory in 2018
Who among the Republican survivors of the Tuesday Night Massacre will challenge Stewart?

At Bright Beginnings, the classroom includes more than just the children
The aim: Making sure kids are ready for school — and parents are ready for success.

Md. senator charged in fraud case tried to thwart federal investigation, new indictment alleges
Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks (D-Baltimore) was charged with obstruction of justice on top of previous fraud charges.

PM Update: Showers move through overnight; warmer and sunnier Thursday
The cold front moving by delivers mostly a little rain and some gustier winds.

WSSC sends proposals for new rate structure to Montgomery, Prince George’s
The utility also renewed a controversial contract with a home pipe-repair company.

House tax plan faces bipartisan backlash over repeal of development incentives
Officials in D.C. and around the country are alarmed by proposal that puts affordable housing and infrastructure projects at risk

Spring break cut in Maryland’s Montgomery County school system
Students will get a 4-day respite instead of customary 6 because of calendar squeeze.

With deadline quickly approaching, D.C. provides few details on who will run public hospital
The city has until Nov. 30 to find a new operator for troubled United Medical Center.

Judge asks potential jurors in Inauguration Day riots trial, ‘What are your feelings about the
Judge asks prospective jurors about their views on President Trump, Inauguration Day and police.

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