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Outside NRA headquarters, hundreds gather in vigil and protest
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About 300 people who gathered outside the NRA building in Virginia to pay homage to victims of this week’s Florida shooting and call for gun-control measures.


After Fla. shooting, schools tighten security, field threats and reassure parents
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At Northwest High, more than 600 parents picked up their children after an online threat.

He watched police kill his mother. A jury just awarded his family $37 million.
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Jurors found the killing of Korryn Gaines by police violated the civil rights of her and her young son.

School boards increasingly embrace the ABCs of social activism
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From Arlington to Denver, they stake out positions on immigration and gender inequality.

In first forum, Democrats vying to face Comstock talk guns, how to win
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The race for the Northern Virginia congressional seat is targeted by both parties.

Reagan National’s rehab project will create some pain for drivers and travelers
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Work starts Monday on the $1 billion revitalization program. It will disrupt traffic around the region’s second busiest airport.

Snow and sleet end, but slick conditions expected to linger into Sunday morning
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Roads are slushy this evening and could turn a bit icy early Sunday morning before thawing.

Will Saturday’s snow be the last for D.C. area this winter?
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The forecast for the next seven days shows no sign of such precipitation.

Snow and sleet end, but slick conditions expected to linger into Sunday morning
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A refreeze is possible and slushy conditions could turn into icy conditions early Sunday morning before it thaws out by late morning.

Project at Reagan National Airport will create pain for drivers and travelers
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The $1 billion revitalization work starts on Monday. Drivers should prepare for backups and heavier traffic near the terminals.

In first forum, Democrats vying to face Comstock talk guns, how to win
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Seven of the Democrats running to unseat Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.) agreed on nearly every issue at Saturday’s first major forum of the primary, except one: how to beat the incumbent congresswoman.

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