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D.C. charter school panel raises safety concerns about boarding academy
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Officials at Monument Academy Public Charter School defended the campus.

Senate employee dies after altercation outside restaurant in Navy Yard
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Police are investigating the incident, which occurred last week.

Rep. Don Beyer is first member of Congress from Virginia to call for impeachment
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The Northern Virginia Democrat said Trump has shown “utter contempt for the Constitution from the moment he took office.”

Rayful Edmond III appears at first hearing for early release from prison, via video conference
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Federal prosecutors said they will not ask for Edmond’s immediate release from prison, only a reduction in his sentence of life without parole.

E-scooter company Spin will place dozens of start-up’s solar-powered docking stations in two c
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Two U.S. cities, have agreed to a 60-day pilot program installing dozens of electric docking stations on sidewalks. The stations give riders a designated place to park their devices, keeping sidewalks free of clutter.


D.C. has the nation’s best park system, study says. Arlington isn’t far behind.
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The District leaped into first place after besting Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Man who prosecutors say ‘targeted elderly women who could not fight back’ is sentenced t
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Marlon Alexander pleaded guilty to two brutal rapes of a 68-year-old woman. As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors agreed to drop charges in attacks on an 86-year-old woman and a police officer.

Senate employee dies after altercation outside restaurant in Navy Yard
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The family of Berner Richard Johnson III, 48, known as “Bud,” said they believe he was involved in an argument inside the restaurant that turned physical outdoors.

Eastern Va. Medical School to release probe of racist photo in governor’s yearbook
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A three-month investigation into the racist photo on the yearbook page of Gov. Ralph Northam is done, the school says.

Fans of Fletcher’s Cove fear that the spot on the Potomac is vanishing
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Fill dirt was trucked to a location upstream in the 1960s to help control flooding, and now the resulting accumulation of silt threatens to consume the cove.

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