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Go Home Already: Meet D.C.'s Feral Cat Trapper

Plus, deadly shooting in Congress Heights, why Brutalism fans are pissed at WMATA, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Calling The Council Retreat Stale, Grosso Is Planning An Alternative

He says Chairman Mendelson missed an opportunity to have the council talk about big-picture issues facing D.C. [ more › ]

'For Here or To Go?' Tells Another Side Of U.S. Immigration Obstacles

First time screenwriter Rishi Bhilawadikar takes on the complexities of the high-skilled legal immigration system. [ more › ]

Falls Church Honors 91-Year-Old Crossing Guard For 50 Years Of Service

Janet Haines says she'll continue her position as long as she is well. [ more › ]

This Week in Jazz, Featuring Maya Beiser And Still Dreaming

Also Billy Childs, NEA's jazz honors, and the Bohemian Caverns Jazz Orchestra [ more › ]

14th Street Is Getting A New Bus, The 59

Currently about 15,000 people take bus trips on 14th Street each day on the 52, 53, and 54 bus routes, which are frequently packed during rush hours. [ more › ]

Only Delays On Metrorail This Weekend Are Due To SafeTrack

There will be 24 minute wait times on the Blue Line between Franconia-Springfield and Largo Town Center and on the Yellow Line between Huntington and Mt. Vernon Square. [ more › ]

Report: Trump Organization Is Trying To Open Another D.C. Hotel

It's part of a nationwide push to expand under the company's new "Scion" brand. [ more › ]

Should D.C. Stick To Its Schedule To Cut Taxes?

Nearly 100 social justice-oriented organizations are asking the mayor to delay tax cuts that are triggered by the city's rosy finances. [ more › ]

Jose Andres Announces ThinkFoodLab Pop-Up And Test Kitchen

The temporary space will focus on fast-casual concepts. [ more › ]

Driver Rammed A Police Cruiser, 'Shots Fired' Near The Capitol

The person was arrested this morning at 3rd and Independence Avenue SW. [ more › ]

Bald Eaglet 'DC4' Hatches At The National Arboretum

And a soon-to-be eaglet dubbed "DC5" is still incubating in the nest atop a Tulip Poplar tree at the Northwest site. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Trump Budget Could Lead To Recession In D.C.

Plus, 20,000 votes on Ben's Chili Bowl replacement mural, Md. and Va. join talks about Metro compact, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Uber, But For Slugging

Plus, a Maryland bill to discourage slow drivers in the left lane, concerns over a federal government efficiency initiative, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

No Charges For Police In Fatal Shooting Of Man Near Catholic University

Police say they shot Evans in self-defense after he pointed a BB gun and started walking toward them on the evening of June 27. [ more › ]

How Do You Serve The President With A Lawsuit?

Cork Wine Bar cleared its first hurdle in suing the leader of the free world. [ more › ]

Designed For Therapy: NBM's 'Architecture Of An Asylum' Looks At St. Elizabeths

The exhibit is a fascinating window into Washington history and changing attitudes toward the mentally ill. [ more › ]

An Eaglet Is Expected To Hatch At The National Arboretum Very Soon

After spotting a small crack on an eagle egg this morning, officials say "DC4" could hatch in the next 12 to 48 hours. [ more › ]

Trump Declines Invite To Throw First Pitch At Nats Park

Who will throw the ceremonial first pitch on Monday? [ more › ]

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