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New rules aim to fix problem of thousands of student transfers during school year

More than 10,000 students change schools in the middle of the school year in D.C., but not much is known about why they move.

Hospital fight: Prince George’s lawmakers oppose Anne Arundel cardiac center

Officials say the state hospital commission was unfair in granting tentative approval to Anne Arundel Medical Center’s proposed cardiac program.

Worker struck by SUV and killed while loading trash truck in Md.

The driver of the SUV struck a parked car and then hit the man, a spokeswoman said.

The rush to get millennials health insurance before the possible repeal of Obamacare

In the nation’s capital, health insurance outreach workers seek out “young invincibles” at happy hours, gyms and shoes launches

American University student charged with pointing laser at police helicopter

George Herdeg, 21, told police he did not intend to aim at the aircraft on Inauguration Day.

Leggett vetoes $15 minimum wage in Montgomery County

County executive says wealthy Maryland suburb would suffer economically if it gets that far ahead of the rest of the state on wages.

Maggie Roche, part of quirky sister vocal trio, dies at 65

They backed up Paul Simon for his hit 1973 album “There Goes Rhymin’ Simon.”

Go Home Already: Some Demonstrators Got Inked For The Women's March

Ivanka Trump was spotted at Open City coffee shop today, and more news. [ more › ]

P.M. Update: Periodic showers and wintry mix overnight, but staying above freezing

Lingering showers could mix with sleet and snow overnight. Better weather arrives Tuesday.

It was the election outcome that shocked everyone: Montgomery County in 1962

Many aspects of the past will be present at the upcoming Montgomery history conference.

Martha's Table Is Collecting SmarTrip Cards From Inauguration Weekend

The non-profit is reaching out to out-of-towners who were in town for this weekend's events. [ more › ]

Arena Stage's 'Roe' Is Timelier Than Ever

The play sets Sarah Weddington, the attorney who argued successfully for a woman's right to choose in Roe v Wade, in present day America. [ more › ]

15 Of Our Favorite Events In D.C. This Week

This week's agenda includes motivational singing, sausage making, pancakes/booze/art, and more. [ more › ]

Inside the deadly tornado outbreak that struck the South

The unique geography of the South can be a breeding ground for violent winter thunderstorms.

Washingtonians Spotted A Whole Lot Of Celebrities This Weekend

Emma Watson, Katy Perry, Patricia Arquette, Amy Poehler, Olivia Wilde, and others were spotted on the National Mall during the Women's March, while Solange stopped into Sankofa. [ more › ]

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