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Blog Post Archive

'How Do You Feel About Destroying Our Country, Sean?': Spicer Confronted In Apple Store

"Such a great country that allows you to be here," the press secretary responded. [ more › ]

Bicyclist Fatally Strikes Woman In Franklin Square

This is the city's sixth traffic fatality this year. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: How To Memorialize Marion Barry In D.C.?

Photos from D.C.'s St. Patrick's Day parade, about KIPP DC's residency program, and more news. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Jefferson Middle School Principal Responds To DeVos Visit

Female coworking spaces are in the rise in D.C. and elsewhere, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Washingtonians Raise Thousands To Support 'Day Without A Woman' Strikers

"We need to take care of each other and make sure that political participation is viable for everyone." [ more › ]

Were ShopHouse Fans Lulled Into A False Sense Of Security?

One father dreads telling his six year old about the closure. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Cultured

One of the nice things about D.C. is that many people here are well-traveled, interested in the world and have a range of experiences. [ more › ]

Sure, Let's Move The Federal Government Out Of D.C., Says House Committee

Divest D.C. is a non-binding resolution that passed by a 21-19 vote in the House Oversight Committee. [ more › ]

Photos: Thousands March To White House In Protest Of Dakota Access And Keystone Pipelines

On Tuesday, a judge declined to temporarily stop construction of the final section of the Dakota pipeline, which means oil can flow as soon as next week. [ more › ]

Signature's 'Mrs. Miller Does Her Thing' Is Off-Key But On Point

The play tells the delightful true story of a terrible singer. [ more › ]

Hate Crimes In D.C. Rose By 'Disturbing' 62 Percent In 2016

"We will not accept this as the new norm," said MPD Chief Peter Newsham. [ more › ]

Dish of the Week: Go Green With Spanakopita

With St. Patrick's Day coming up, we're recommending a green dish of a different type. [ more › ]

Man Charged With Sexually Assaulting A Woman Who Was Selling Her Phone Online

The incident happened on Monday at the woman's home near Rhode Island Avenue Metro station. [ more › ]

'Kong: Skull Island' Is An Allegory Wrapped Inside A Monster Movie

The movie satisfies a basic cinematic need: the need to watch big monsters fight each other... a lot! [ more › ]

How to Eat Your Way Through D.C. This Week

It’s all green and pink this week as we celebrate both the luck of the Irish on St. Patrick’s Day and the wonders of Japan as the cherry blossoms come to D.C. [ more › ]

4 Items You Need When Going Off-The-Grid

Here are all the essentials you need for a weekend away, from a tent that's totally stress-free to set up to a pan that helps you cook a real meal, even away from civilization. [ more › ]

Report: D.C. Police Pursued Terrence Sterling, Violating MPD Policy

Police originally said that Sterling intentionally drove his motorcycle into the passenger door of a police cruiser before he was fatally shot in September. [ more › ]

Misogynistic Posters Were Posted On American's Campus Ahead Of International Women's Day

The provost called them "misogynistic, disrespectful, and divisive" in an email to students. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Watchdog Wants Review Of Bowser's Campaign Contributions

Plus, a visitor center dedicated to Harriet Tubman opens this weekend, what D.C. is bringing to SXSW this year, and more news. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Michelle Obama Surprises Students At Another D.C. School

Kirk Cousins wants out of Washington, Clickhole hits Chaffetz, and more end-of-day stories. [ more › ]

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