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Maryland governor taps new members of state education board
Nominees include a Johns Hopkins professor and a Baltimore pastor.

Parents of sick kids try to remind Congress what the health-care debate should be about
As Senate Republicans put the finishing touches on a new health-care bill, parents of ill children pushed their way through Capitol Hill to make sure they were seen and heard.

Case dismissed against man accused of drawing blood from people at D.C. apartment
D.C. authorities had said Maryland man was paying people $30 for blood samples


Obama returning to campaign trail to stump for Northam in Virginia governor’s race
It’s likely to be the former president’s first time back in campaign fray, for the nation’s next high-profile contest.

State lawmakers from Prince George’s seek broad probe of graduation rates
At tense school board meeting, schools chief Kevin Maxwell calls allegations of wrongdoing a “personal attack” on schools employees.

Democrat James Shea jumps into Md. governor’s race
Former chairman of Venable law firm, fundraiser for Martin O’Malley is launches his first campaign for office.

Richmond mayor vows to confront tributes to Southern Civil War figures
Approach could set Richmond apart from other Southern cities grappling with its treatment of Confederate symbols.

Ringling Bros.’ closure has opened the door for smaller circus tours
WashingtonTimes.com / Thu, 22 Jun 2017 20:32:08 -0400

Reports of the death of the circus are proving exaggerated.

There were plenty of obituaries when Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey, the leading name in classic clowns-acrobats-and-lions circus, shut down in May after 146 years of operation, harassed by animal rights groups and unable to compete in an era ...


Metro union: Blood on hands of board, management
WashingtonTimes.com / Thu, 22 Jun 2017 19:47:05 -0400

About 30 Metro workers — their hands and shirts stained with fake blood — accused the board of directors and management on Thursday of trying to kill the transit system and its union.

"Stop. Stop what you're doing with the workers," said one member of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 ...


Metro union: Blood on hands of board, mangement
WashingtonTimes.com / Thu, 22 Jun 2017 19:47:05 -0400

About 30 Metro workers — their hands and shirts stained with fake blood — accused the board of directors and management on Thursday of trying to kill the transit system and its union.

"Stop. Stop what you're doing with the workers," said one member of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689 ...


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