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Students at Maryland school cut themselves with pencil sharpener blades, authorities said
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Handheld sharpeners are now banned at the elementary school in Prince George’s County.

Trump, Cohen and Cohn: When ‘my attorney’ becomes just ‘one of my lawyers’
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When going gets tough, the president has sometimes distanced himself from his lawyers.

Squirrels, squirrels everywhere! Here are the winners of our annual Squirrel Week photo contest.
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Nearly 500 photographers entered our Squirrel Week photo contest. Here are our favorites. If you love squirrels, you won't want to miss this.

Rushern Baker points to improvements in Prince George’s when making case for governor’s
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He focused on improvements in Prince George’s economy during his final State of the County address Wednesday.

Three charged with murder in March stabbing in Maryland
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The slaying was tied to a previous altercation, Prince George’s County police said.

PM Update: A few showers possible overnight, and chilly winds crank back up Thursday
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Passing low pressure could send us a few showers and another hefty dose of wind.


Report of shooting at Dupont Circle building unfounded, police say
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Authorities had shut streets near 1300 Connecticut Avenue NW.


Legislature fails to override Northam vetoes but pushes back on amendments
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The new governor only vetoed 10 bills, far fewer than his predecessor.

Virginia House Republicans block Metro tax hikes, which means a bigger drain on funds for roads
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The action leaves a regional pact for the transit system intact, but the cost dismays local officials.

On the anniversary of the Columbine shooting, some students plan to walk out
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It marks the latest protest in a wave of student activism since the Parkland, Fla., massacre

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