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Maryland Gov. Hogan: President Trump is ‘his own worst enemy’
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Hogan, a Republican who is weighing a 2020 presidential bid, said he thinks Trump “made some real mistakes” by declaring a national emergency to fund his border wall.

A fox, a mysterious death and the hidden wild side of Washington
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A few weeks after I took this photo, I found a fox head in my yard. But what killed it?

‘Are we going to call them X men?’ Maryland moves forward on gender-neutral IDs, despite
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Bill to allow people to list “M,” “F” or “X” on driver’s licenses wins initial approval in state Senate.

‘It’s serene for Washington’: Snow hits the D.C. region, closing schools and bring
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The 2.6 inches of snow at Reagan National Airport pushed the city’s total this season to 16.6 inches.

Al Gore, civil rights leader William Barber call on Northam to seek forgiveness through action
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The high-profile pair toured a gas pipeline site in Buckingham County, Va., to draw attention to environmental justice.

W.Va. teachers end strike after charter school measure expires
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The legislation also would have introduced private school vouchers to the state.

UDC criticized for inviting Josh Lopez, tarnished by anti-Semitism scandal, to speak
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Lopez, a former Mayor Bowser appointee, organized a rally where a lawmaker was called a “fake Jew.”

Is Virginia’s political circus ready for another ring? Joe Morrissey plots a comeback.
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The veteran of numerous scandals is exploring a primary challenge against state Sen. Rosalyn R. Dance, a fellow Democrat whose district includes a portion of Richmond and the surrounding suburbs.

Maryland advances gender-neutral IDs despite concerns from GOP leader
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A bill that would allow people to list “M,” “F,” or “X” on drivers’ licenses won initial approval in the state Senate.

Voters are split over whether Lt. Gov. Fairfax should resign, new poll shows
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Half of Virginia voters polled don’t know whether to believe him or the women who accused him of sexual assault, a Quinnipiac poll found.

Northam cancels launch of ‘reconciliation’ tour after student leader objects to visit
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‘This is not a lullaby for us. This is a battle cry,’ said Virginia Union University student government president.

Activists say Northam’s redemption could come through opposition to pipeline
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Former vice president Al Gore and civil rights leader William Barber are calling for scandal-plagued Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam to seek forgiveness through action by siding with a historic African American community against a controversial plan to build a pumping station in their midst.

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