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‘A breakdown in trust’: Revelations about hush money and Russian interference renew deba
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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.

More new leadership on Prince George’s school board in aftermath of scandals
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Edward Burroughs III, widely known as an outspoken critic in Maryland, has been chosen to be the new vice chair.

School board members urge Redskins to give QB Colin Kaepernick a tryout
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In a letter to the NFL team, they say their reasoning goes beyond football.

A rainy day made 2018 the second-wettest year in Washington history
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Enough rain fell by Friday night to propel 2018 past 2003, which was previously in the No. 2 spot.



Catholic University fires professor for sex with subordinate
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Stephen J. McKenna, a tenured associate professor, acknowledged that he had an improper relationship with a woman whom he had hired as an assistant.

District man gets 37 years in fatal shooting of innocent bystander
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Gabriel Turner was walking to the bus stop when he was struck by a stray bullet.

Women’s March rolls out political platform ahead of its third Washington rally
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At the Jan. 19 march, the organization plans to unveil “the Women’s Agenda” pinpointing priorities such as raising the federal minimum wage, addressing violence against women and reproductive rights, and passing the long-dormant Equal Rights Amendment, officials said.

Capital Weather Gang: This weekend’s soaking rain set to propel region to its wettest year
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The Weather Service predicts 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain. Just over half an inch is needed to break the region’s record.

In last-ditch effort, D.C. sues to try to keep Providence Hospital open
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The move sets up a legal showdown over the future of the city’s oldest continuously operating hospital, which began shutting down operations Friday.

After decades in Washington, Rolling Thunder will ride off into the sunset
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The aging Vietnam veterans who have organized the Memorial Day motorcycle rally for three decades say it’s become too costly and too much of a hassle.

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