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‘A breakdown in trust’: Revelations about hush money and Russian interference renew deba
Claims by Democrats and other Trump critics fit a pattern over decades in which the losing side questions the right of a sitting president to govern.

‘We forever love you’: Slain Anacostia High student remembered as a friend to those in n
Police chief says two masked gunmen chased the youth into an apartment building.

Women’s March rolls out political platform before its third Washington rally
The embattled organization will also update its guiding document to explicitly include support for Jewish women amid accusations of anti-Semitism.

The Weekly Standard, influential conservative magazine, will shutter
After 23 years the Washington-based magazine will come to an end, with 35 staff members losing their jobs.

Soaking rain this weekend set to propel Washington to its wettest year on record
The Weather Service predicts 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain. Just over a half-inch is needed to break record.

Three Reps.-elect from Virginia and Maryland visit Israel before swearing in
The trip was sponsored by a charitable organization affiliated with AIPAC.

Man charged with arson in fire at mental health facility in College Park
It spread to other businesses in the strip mall. No injuries were reported.

Virginia police won’t press charges against priest for inappropriate conduct, but he remains u
The priest has been accused of behaving inappropriately toward one minor and multiple adults.

Inmate attempted to sexually assault guard at Maryland prison, officials say
The corrections officers’ union blamed staffing shortages for the attack.

In last-ditch effort, D.C. sues to try to keep Providence Hospital open
The hospital closed its operating room and outpatient services, but the ER is open at least through April.

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