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D.C.-area forecast: Brief wintry mix possible late today ahead of heavier rain tonight, then Arctic
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Sustained wintry weather is not expected locally. An isolated slick spot isn't impossible, especially to the north.

‘We will not be silenced’: A march takes on new meaning in the age of Trump
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Meanwhile, the place where people go in Washington to learn about American Indians remains shuttered.

Answer Man raises a glass to S.T. Suit, the whiskey king who created Suitland, Md.
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The Bladensburg native made his fortune in Kentucky and returned to the D.C. area to invest it.

D.C. Islamic teacher talked sex and extremist propaganda with student, prosecutors say
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Seitu Kokayi is charged in federal court in Alexandria with coercion and enticement of a minor.

‘A reassuring step forward’: GWU proposes new anti-discrimination policies
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The rules emerge a year after students posted a racially charged photo on Snapchat.

‘This is pretty humiliating’: Food banks fill in for paychecks as government shutdown dr
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The Capital Area Food Bank expanded its ‘pop-up’ markets in the Washington region.

Senators urge Metro to guard against Chinese spying in new subway cars
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Lawmakers say the transit agency should get clearance from the Pentagon and Homeland Security before awarding a contract.

Proposed solar energy developments draw opposition over loss of farmland
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Gary Atkinson wants a temporary solar farm on about 20 percent of his land at the Mason-Dixon Line. Some residents are pushing back.

Nancy W. Ignatius, environmental activist and National Cathedral lay leader, dies at 93
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She was a longtime member of the Washington Chorus, which won a Grammy Award in 2000.



Metro Red Line riders to face SafeTrack-like disruptions this summer
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Purple Line construction and Metro rehabilitation work mean either a shutdown or weeks of single-tracking on the eastern end of the line.

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