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Md. Democratic challenger goes after Andy Harris in first televised debate
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Jesse Colvin goes after Harris’s PAC money, record with veterans. Congressman was ready to rebut the talking points.

Prosecutors clear Maryland SWAT officer who fatally shot man through bedroom window
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The man had barricaded his 3-year-old son in the room, police said, and begun lighting fires.

Pence comes to Richmond on Saturday for three GOP congressional candidates
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The vice president will meet with Rep. Dave Brat and Denver Riggleman, apart from a rally with Ryan McAdams.

Does Georgetown Cupcake really have the best cupcakes in D.C.? We tested seven shops to find out.
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Magnolia Bakery just launched in the city, jeopardizing Georgetown’s position at the top.

Five dogs attack teenager and her dog in Rockville
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15-year-old girl seriously injured and her dog was critically wounded, police said

In the trial over the killing of a wealthy D.C. family, verdict could come down to which brother jur
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Daron Wint, the sole person charged in the 2015 case, has blamed his brothers for the killing of the Savopoulos family and their housekeeper.

Brat to inmates: ‘You think you’re having a hard time — I’ve got $5 million
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Rep. Dave Brat (R-Va.) compared the struggles of jailed drug addicts to the heat he’s taking in his tight race with Democrat Abigail Spanberger.

Regional leaders approve a vision for D.C.-area commuters in 2045
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The plan, which includes more than 600 road and transit projects, also envisions a future that could include building out the National Capital Trail and turning it into a "beltway" for bicycles.

Want to deal with D.C.’s after-hours noise? The District is looking for its first ‘night
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The new "night mayor" will be hired in coming months to oversee the District’s nightlife and all the issues that come along with it.

October splendor arrives today ahead of a mixed weekend
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It's nice today and acceptable tomorrow. Then another round of deeper chill arrives Sunday.

Newark Charter students create projects with real-life applications
Fri, 19 Oct 2018 00:15:00 -0400
Once a week for three months, Newark Charter High School students Riya Setty, Noah Rossi and Megan Chen missed class as they headed up Interstate 95 to Wilmington, meeting up with a group of other students.

Newark council looks to stop corporations, LLCs from voting in referendums
Fri, 19 Oct 2018 00:30:00 -0400
Four months after Newark drew headlines for its unusual rules regarding voting in a city referendum, the majority of city council signaled its desire to change the law that allowed one person to cast 31 votes.

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