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Sterile, exquisite, colonizing, scholarly: Experts offer their impressions of D.C.‘s new Bible museu
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Two blocks off the Mall, the museum is among Washington's largest focusing on religion.

Fall colors and a chilly weekend in the D.C. area (Photos)
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Fall colors are still rich, despite how long they've been on the trees.

Va. holds off certifying tight House race amid new claims of ballot mix-ups.
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“Welcome to Venezuela,” a state GOP leader groused after election board calls time out.

I’ve called Trump a ‘bloviating yam.’ So why is he inviting me to breakfast?
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I set out to investigate these unlikely emailed invitations from our commander in chief. Here’s what I found out.

PM Update: Clear skies and cold temperatures tonight, warming up nicely Tuesday
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Seasonably cool tonight with more pleasant weather on tap for tomorrow.

Woman killed after car backs into her in District Heights, Md.
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The woman was in an SUV involved in a crash and had stepped out after both cars stopped.

Woman sexually assaulted on American University campus by driver she thought was from ride service,
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D.C. authorities say the victim believed she was in an Uber vehicle, but was not.

The dramatic contrast between the Creation Museum and the Museum of the Bible
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With the opening of the D.C. museum, we're seeing two approaches that tell us a lot about American Christianity.

Va. holds off certifying tight House race amid new claims of ballot mix-ups
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Virginia’s Board of Elections called a “time out” after the state elections commissioner announced that in April 2016, the Fredericksburg registrar erroneously assigned 83 voters from the 28th House District to the 88th.

Public hospital board extends contract of troubled management firm
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The United Medical Center board voted to keep Veritas in charge for up to 60 days while it seeks a new management firm following a Nov. 7 D.C. Council vote to end its agreement with the company amid allegations of mismanagement and concerns about patient safety.

Woman sexually assaulted on American University campus by driver she thought was from ride service,
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Authorities said the incident occurred between 3:20 and 3:50 a.m. early Sunday outside Asbury Hall, near the library in the center of campus.

Blind triplets tour campus with help of service that combines smart tech and remote narrators
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The 18-year-old Cantos brothers from Arlington are completely blind, but with a high-tech assist from Aira, the prospective college students experienced a slice of campus life at George Mason as they never had before.

Historical marker honors 1st Delaware Regiment
NewarkPostOnline.com / Tue, 21 Nov 2017 00:00:00 -0500
A new historical marker in the town of Christiana pays tribute to the 1st Delaware Regiment, which fought in the Revolutionary War.

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