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Go Home Already: Trump Takes Joker's Place In Custom Deck Of Cards

Washington National airport is working to prevent congestion chaos due to construction work, and more news. [ more › ]

Trans Candidate Will Face Va. Delegate Who Introduced Bathroom Bill In General Election

Danica Roem would be the first openly trans delegate in the Virginia General Assembly. [ more › ]

Two Men Arrested Over Violence Involving Turkish Security Forces

One is currently awaiting extradition from New Jersey. The other was arrested in Virginia. [ more › ]

The Phillips, Hirshhorn Offer A Crash Course On Markus Lupertz's 'Heroically Forceful' Art

A pair of shows offer the first major U.S. exhibits for this German artist, one of the most important painters active in Europe today. [ more › ]

Second City Hopes To Heal A Polarized Nation With Laughter In 'Divided We Stand'

Can the fabled troupe make jokes that both sides of the aisle will find funny? [ more › ]

Eleanor Holmes Norton Wants D.C. Federal Appointees To Pledge To Live Here

Nearly everywhere else in the U.S., federal district court judges, and U.S. attorneys and marshals must live where they've been appointed, but not in the District. [ more › ]

What We Know About The Shooter At GOP Baseball Practice

James Hodgkinson volunteered on Bernie Sanders campaign, frequently railed against Republicans, and was arrested on battery charges about a decade ago. [ more › ]

Newly Minted Candidates For Virginia Governor Cancel Events In Wake Of Shooting

Virginia Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam won a decisive victory while Ed Gillespie squeaked by against a Trump acolyte. [ more › ]

This Week in Jazz, Featuring Linda May Han Oh

Also, Charnett Moffett, Stacey Kent, Baakari Wilder, experimental music at Rhizome, the DC Jazz Festival continues, and much more. [ more › ]

Photos: Wawa Wants 50 Stores In D.C.

The first Wawa in D.C. will open by the end of the year. [ more › ]

Metro's Shady Grove And Rockville Stations Will Be Closed This Weekend

SafeTrack Surge 16 begins on Saturday. Plus, Blue and Yellow Line trains will be delayed this weekend due to other maintenance work. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Local Doctor Explains Why She's Chosen To Provide Abortions Full Time

D.C. Council passes its final budget, fast casual sales slow, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Reports: Rep. Steve Scalise, Others Shot At Congressional Baseball Practice In Alexandria

Rep. Steve Scalise, the House Majority Whip, was among those shot this morning at a baseball field in Alexandria, Virginia, according to another member of Congress. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Alabama) told CNN that he was on deck for batting practice, "I hear a loud bam and behind the third base, I see a rifle.... I hear Steve Scalise over near second base scream." [ more › ]

Film, Music, And Yoga Too: Summerbration At Reston Station

Come celebrate the summer with Reston Station. All summer long there will be something new to watch, listen to, and enjoy! [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Details Of A Troubled Howard Theatre

UVA student released from North Korea in a coma, the Comp Plan, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Filming Restrictions At The U.S. Capitol Alarm TV Journalists

The Rules Committee chairman said no new rules are in place, but banning on-camera interviews without prior permission is a major departure from regular practice. [ more › ]

After Comey Extravaganza, D.C. Bars Offering Drink Specials For Sessions Hearing

Is this encouraging more active participation in our democracy or just day drinking? [ more › ]

How To Watch Jeff Sessions Testify On The Hill From Your Desk

There may not be drink specials, but you can still watch the hearing live. [ more › ]

Kevin Durant Shows D.C. Love After NBA Championship Win

But whether his hometown gratitude makes up for him not signing to the Washington Wizards is up for debate. [ more › ]

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