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Firefighter, 70, dies after collapsing at scene of fatal Frederick County crash
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Michael Powers was responding with the Libertytown Volunteer Fire Department.

Everything wrong with Congress — in one ballgame
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The majority-male baseball game is played at the Nats’ stadium. The women-only softball game is played at a neighborhood elementary school.

Twice denied the freedom he’d fought for, a black Revolutionary War hero from Maryland is hono
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Born into slavery on the Eastern Shore, James Robinson received U.S. military honors at his grave in Detroit on Saturday.

Family, D.C. council members angry over arrest of man trying to help juvenile detained by Metro Tran
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Prosecutors dropped the charges against the man, and Metro promised to investigate the weekend incident at U Street station.

Good Samaritan killed in Arlington last year was ‘beaten to death,’ medical examiner tes
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The viciousness of the attack helped a judge find probable cause for first-degree murder.



D.C. council members angry over arrest of man trying to help juvenile detained by Metro Transit Poli
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Prosecutors dropped the charges against the man, and Metro promised to investigate the weekend incident at the U Street station.

Congress’s majority-male baseball game takes place at a major league stadium. The women’
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A friend texted the columnist: “How can anyone take Title IX school complaints seriously when this is what CONGRESS does?!?!?!”

Is that a cannon? Underwater archaeologists scour for clues to the battle that won independence.
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Divers are probing the bottom of the York River to try to piece together the fate of doomed British warships.

A $46 million tax break is at risk over meaning of ‘construction worker’
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Critics assail the hiring claims made by the developer of the Line hotel in Adams Morgan.

FMC announces $50 million investment in Newark facility
Mon, 24 Jun 2019 17:36:00 -0400
FMC Corporation is planning to invest $50 million in its Stine Research Center in Newark, officials announced late Monday.

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