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Man found shot and burned in car is identified
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An autopsy determined that the Northeast Washington man had a gunshot wound

Johns Hopkins Hospital sues patients, many low income, for medical debt
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The hospital has filed more than 2,400 lawsuits in Maryland courts since 2009 against patients with unpaid bills.

Court case seeking to overturn abortion restrictions opens in Virginia
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Doctor calls abortion “one of the safest medical procedures” but says training for non-doctors is informal.

Meaning behind Metro’s bruises ad draws criticism and confusion
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A new ad encouraging people not to wear backtracks on trains is being panned for evoking images of domestic violence.

Frederick doctor arrested on 65 sexual offense and assault charges involving patients
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Investigators said the alleged victims were girls and young women between 11 and 18.

Recall campaign against D.C. Council member Jack Evans moves ahead
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Elections board clears recall; supporters began gathering signatures


Recall campaign against D.C. Council member Jack Evans moves ahead
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An elections panel cleared the way for the collection of signatures on a petition to unseat the District’s longest-serving lawmaker, who is facing fallout from an investigation into his ties to various private legal and consulting clients.

Court case seeking to overturn abortion restrictions opens in Va.
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Activists are challenging four state laws that restrict abortion. In the first day of the trial, a doctor called abortion “one of the safest medical procedures that exists.”

Spate of shootings in Columbia Heights worries residents, forces school into lockdown
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D.C. police are trying to learn whether the shootings, within a few city blocks, are related.

D.C.’s worst idea ever: Allowing regular people to issue parking tickets
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Citizen avengers can get way too personal. But that hasn’t stopped governments from creating them.

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