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Coalition Will Press D.C. To Divest From Wells Fargo Over Dakota Access Pipeline

"We want to send a message that any future attempts to invest in this type of dirty infrastructure will have consequences: financial and public shame." [ more › ]

One Man Dead, Two Police Officers Wounded After Shooting In Trinidad

Interim D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham said that a weapon was recovered on the scene last night, which he believes belongs to the diseased suspect. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Two Eagle Eggs Are Now Incubating In The Arboretum

Plus, "polar" plunge is planned for this weekend, residents are still fighting the development of a huge complex in Brookland, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Maryland paid sick leave bill clears House committee

Measure now goes to the full House. Senate is “making substantive movement” on its version of the bill, Del. Luke H. Clippinger (D-Baltimore City) says.

D.C. open houses Feb. 25-26

A list of properties in the District that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.

An architectural legacy worth celebrating

D.C. can’t match Chicago building for building, but it can do more to encourage interest in its brick-and-mortar heritage.

Botswana’s interracial love story: On American movie screens and inside its U.S. embassy

A new film, ‘A United Kingdom,’ showcases the African country’s renowned racial tolerance. And so does the family of Botswana’s U.S. ambassador, David Newman.

Bill to stop Md. municipalities from raising minimum wage will die in committee

Unions and local officials fought the measure proposed in the Maryland General Assembly by Del. Dereck E. Davis (D-Prince George’s).

On a roll: Candidate for Virginia lieutenant governor lives out of RV

RICHMOND — State Del. Glenn Davis, a Republican running for lieutenant governor of Virginia, is living in a van down by the river. That’s the joke going around Capitol Square, inspired by the red-whi...

A former church building in Georgetown is a private home once again

HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The Italianate-style home is for sale for the first time since 1908.

D.C.-area forecast: Near-record warmth today before a cold front crashes through on Saturday

Enjoy fairly serene warmth today. And get ready for a brief return to seasonable conditions after a tumultuous cold front tomorrow.

Finally Launch Your Business With Help From This Silicon Valley Mentor

Get the mentorship you need to navigate your way through the twists and turns of entrepreneurship. [ more › ]

Reports: Two D.C. police officers shot and wounded in Northeast D.C.

The officers were found conscious and breathing in the 1400 block of Morse St. NE.

Gunfire wounds four men in three cases on the same D.C. street

Police investigating three shooting incidents within seven blocks in Southeast.

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