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How both parties in Congress waste school officials’ valuable time
They demand states define teacher ineffectiveness, a useless chore

Dangerous, prolonged heat wave is going to break records in the Southwest next week
Though summer heat is just getting started in the Eastern U.S., it's reaching critical mass in the West.

D.C. schools leader prepares to release systemwide plan for improvement
Chancellor Antwan Wilson will lay out priorities for the system by the fall.

Are women allowed to sunbathe topless in Ocean City, Md.?
This summer, a controversy on whether women can go topless on Ocean City beaches is heating up. This is what state and local authorities are saying.

Pence’s new outside lawyer has strong ties throughout Virginia
The powerhouse lawyer has friends and family across the commonwealth.

Was defeat of Sanders-backed candidate in Va. a loss for progressives? Not quite
Tom Perriello couldn’t overcome Ralph Northam’s financial and endorsements advantage


Meet a really, really fat cat
Symba weighs in at 35 pounds. His owner had to move to an assisted living facility, so he's now up for adoption — and on a diet-- at an animal rescue facility in the District.

Hogan pressed to reject Trump’s climate policies more forcefully
Maryland’s congressional Democrats urge the Republican governor, who is headed to Europe, to speak out against President Trump’s decision to exit the Paris climate accord.

Top Bowser aide is the subject of second probe by inspector general’s office
Deputy Mayor Courtney Snowden is being investigated over alleged ethics violations.

Lie-detecting kiosk could help screen airport travelers with undisclosed motives
San Diego State University management information systems professor Aaron Elkins developed the Automated Virtual Agent for Truth Assessments in Real Time (AVATAR).

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