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Construction sites to restaurants: Where D.C.'s immigrant strike may have had biggest impact

Most foreign-born workers are employed as carpenters, housekeepers, child-care providers and cooks, data show.

Trash Raccoon Is Trying To Tell Us Something

Trash raccoon is telling us all to hang in there. Or to ride the trash truck the hell out of #thistown. You decide. [ more › ]

Who Let The Ducks Out? 100 Luminescent Mallards To Be Released Tonight

"In this city, where people are very serious, it's important to do things that are absurd." [ more › ]

Dance teacher charged with having sex with 14-year-old, possessing child porn

Chase Clark Peklo taught at two dance studios in Northern Virginia. Police believe there may be other victims.

A rare white squirrel is spotted in a Virginia neighborhood

In the video, the squirrel stops for a moment to look at the Arlington resident and her dog before running away.

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

This week's food news includes a chicken finger happy hour, a Mid-Atlantic wine class, and more. [ more › ]

'A Cure for Wellness' Conjures Ill Feelings

The new horror thriller is too long and absurd, and is occasionally gratuitous. [ more › ]

These Universal Smartphone Camera Lenses Are $60 Off And Will Easily Up Your Instagram Game

You’ll get a macro/wide lens that lets you snap startlingly clear closeups and expansive panoramic shots, and a fisheye lens that lets you indulge your artistic flair by capturing perspective warping photos. [ more › ]

The chocolatiers and the white nationalist, coexisting in Old Town Alexandria

Weekly protests outside the new home and headquarters of white nationalist Richard Spencer have brought attention to a gourmet candy store.

A Republican joins House Democrats’ push to establish a bipartisan Russian hacking commission

He joins every member of the House Democratic Caucus in co-sponsoring the bill, which would set up a 12-member panel, evenly divided between Republicans and Democrats.

Immigrants Make Up One-Fourth Of D.C.'s Workforce

Without immigrants, most of the city's restaurant industry would collapse, and there would be few carpenters or housekeepers. [ more › ]

More Democrats call on Sessions to withdraw from Russia probe

Fifty-five lawmakers signed a letter asking Sessions to withdraw based on his ties to Trump’s campaign and key figures who have been alleged to have ties to Russia.

Morning Roundup: Soccer Stadium Is Officially A Go

Plus, wheelchair accessible cabs are sitting unused, top Chinese food spots, and other news. [ more › ]

D.C. open houses Feb. 18-19

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

Maryland open houses Feb. 18-19

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

This Fairfax home retained its character through many renovations

HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The circa 1750 Georgian is said to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad.

D.C.-area forecast: A warm-up starts today, and it feels like April this Presidents' Day weekend

We kick things off with 50s today. Even warmer conditions dominate through the holiday weekend.

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