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Comet Ping Pong Gunman Pleads Guilty To Weapons Charges

Edgar Maddison Welch faces a sentence of between 1.5 and seven years in prison. [ more › ]

House Science Committee to hold climate change hearing from which we'll learn nothing

It will make great political theater but won't advance the conversation about how to address the challenge.

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

The coming mild spring weather is ushering in a new crop of high-profile restaurants, including one from a Top Chef alum. [ more › ]

Lawsuit seeks to stop removal of Confederate statue in Virginia

Charlottesville City Council’s decision showed “total disregard” for state law, the suit claims.

Threats and safety concerns follow Rockville High rape case

Safety under review in Montgomery schools after girl allegedly raped by two classmates

What it takes to track and prosecute a hate crime

Between 5,000 and 7,000 hate crime incidents are reported each year to the FBI. This is how a hate crime is defined and how federal and state authorities prosecute them.

Pic of the week: A blizzard from above

From the International Space Station, the storm looks massive yet slow-moving, imposing yet quiet.

Virginia man convicted of killing 9-month-old daughter

Diamante Travon Ellis, 24, of Leesburg, was found guilty of homicide of baby who suffered blunt impact head trauma.

Morning Roundup: Don't Expect The Crowds To Thin At The African American Museum

Meanwhile, the Post tried to save a crab and Metro's GM came out against walking on the left, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Teenage victim in quadruple shooting in Waldorf, Md., dies, bringing death toll to 3

A man, believed to be the shooter, and a toddler are also dead. Another female victim remains in hospital.

Maryland open houses March 25-26

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

Nearly 1 in 3 Marylanders say corruption is a big problem in state government

A Washington Post-University of Maryland poll finds significant concern about corruption, as Maryland lawmakers are poised to pass modest ethics reform.

Laurel wins fight to keep historic MARC station

The state and CSX have agreed to allow the construction of a new MARC stop in Howard County, while preserving the historic Laurel station, just a few blocks south.

Design firms turn to virtual reality to assist homeowners

The 3-D technology allows users to immerse themselves before a project becomes reality.

Man, 30, dies in car crash in Herndon, Va.

Police said the driver passed out and the car rolled backward and down embankment.

House leaders prepare to vote Friday on health-care reform

The push comes after President Trump delivered an ultimatum: Vote for the bill, or reject it and move on.

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