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Part of South Capitol Street in SE Washington closed due to blown transformer

Southbound lanes on South Capital Street in Southeast Washington closed after blown transformer. Crews are on the scene.

Can you find a good apartment without searching in person?

Relying on the Internet alone to lock down an apartment hundreds of miles away comes with a few risks. Luckily, there are ways to navigate around them.

Never a dark day in this Woodley Park rowhouse

HOUSE OF THE WEEK | In obvious and no-so-obvious ways, light is dispersed throughout the 1910 home.

Reporter Hilde Kate Lysiak, 9, still breaking news in Pa. (between TV appearances)

The dedicated crime journalist made a round of network TV appearances, then scored another big scoop with a suspected criminal.

D.C. area forecast: Showers may dampen this morning; Weekend features more clouds and rain chances

Today and tomorrow are fairly benign. We might see some heftier rain at some point over the weekend though.

Why Republicans are opposing President Obama’s request for Zika funding

It’s about the nuts and bolts of congressional appropriations and the messy internal politics of the Republican party.

Local digest: FBI seeks help in finding robber

A man robbed a bank in Alexandria, and officials think he robbed another recently.

Cops shoot man who said he had a bomb

A man claiming to have a bomb barricaded himself inside a Fox station in Baltimore, causing the station to be evacuated. The man was shot by police after refusing to comply with orders, authorities said.

Va. senator travels to Syria to shake hands with Bashar al-Assad

Sen. Richard H. Black has praised the Syrian president as a protector of Syrian Christians.

Phil Kives, K-Tel pitchman ‘As Seen on TV’ who got America ‘Hooked on Classics,’ dies at 87

He sold items that sliced and diced, including the Veg-O-Matic, and millions of record compilations.

Go Home Already: Boa Constricted

A WMATA Board shake-up, a lucky charm, and more end-of-day stories. [ more › ]

'If it wasn't for her, I wouldn't be graduating'

Jahana Hayes, a teacher at John F. Kennedy High School in Waterbury, Conn., was named the 2016 National Teacher of the Year.

PM Update: Showers a risk through the night, and more murky conditions on Friday

The chilly and gloomy weather of today will stick around for the end of the work week.

Military files new criminal charges against ex-Naval Academy teacher in sexual misconduct case

Marine Maj. Mark Thompson is accused of making a false official statement and conduct unbecoming an officer

Man in 'panda suit' who stormed Baltimore Fox station shot by police

"They had some information they wanted to get on the air," the news director said.

She ditched her $400,000-a-year legal job after her ‘woman’s card’ only held her back

International lawyer Kristen Jarvis Johnson’s Reddit post about the sexism she encountered went viral this week

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