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Here we go again: 45-day Red Line shutdown brings flashbacks of SafeTrack
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Brookland and Rhode Island Avenue stations will be shuttered through Sept. 3, disrupting all train travel on the Glenmont end of the line.


From smelly to sparkling: A $2.7 billion cleanup of Anacostia, Potomac rivers
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But those running churches and cemeteries are unhappy about the expensive “rain tax” for the tunnel project.


The secretary of the Smithsonian regularly gets advice from a group of teenagers — and thinks
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A group of high schoolers is helping to decide the future of the nation’s flagship museums.



After record-setting July deluge, worst of rain lifting north, but flooding to linger overnight
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Sunday will not be as persistently rainy, but scattered showers and storms are likely, especially in the afternoon.


Flooding reports increasing as record July rain event continues to unfold
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There have been reports of cars stranded in high water and floodwaters entering homes, as rainfall totals exceed half a foot in some areas.

Trump looms large in first faceoff between Sen. Kaine and Corey Stewart
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Sen. Tim Kaine and Republican challenger Corey Stewart clashed sharply on immigration, Russia and the economy in their first debate of the Virginia Senate race, but underlying it all was President Trump.

The head of the Smithsonian regularly gets advice from a group of teenagers — and thinks you s
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A panel of high schoolers from around the country are helping to decide the future of the nation’s flagship museums.

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