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Fairfax grand jury investigating John Geer police shooting begins Monday

The special grand jury will consider whether to indict Fairfax Officer Adam Torres in the 2013 death of Geer.

Man killed, another injured on D.C.’s Southwest-Southeast Freeway

A roundup of news items from Maryland, the District and Northern Virginia.

Woman injured after truck crashes into Elkridge apartment building

A woman was struck by a pickup truck inside her Elkridge apartment building Sunday morning.

Account in Post from Iraq War veteran prompts Fairfax police inquiry

Military veteran says Fairfax police should have done more checking before raiding his apartment.

Arlington’s high-rise downtown Rosslyn is about to rise higher

County plans to remake the office-centric area into a more lively, friendly space that attracts visitors

One Maryland college tests a new approach to remedial math courses

More than 60 percent of Montgomery County graduates at Montgomery College need remedial math.

What’s life like on Kepler 452b? A little like this, maybe?

Another world, another planet: Daydreaming about life in an alternative Washington.

A mother’s 29-year quest for justice

Six former Chilean soldiers charged in 1986 death of teen who fled with his family from Pinochet’s regime.

Justice Department: Virginia not trying hard enough to reform programming for the disabled

Money from a land sale was taken out of a trust fund that pays for services for disabled residents.

D.C. area forecast: Heat and humidity back for a summertime Sunday; chance of storms Monday

Humidity trends upward today, and doesn't plan on coming back down anytime soon, with a steady diet of midweek 90s in store.

Justice Dept.: Virginia ignored court order on funding for the disabled

Money from land sale was taken out of trust fund that pays for services for disabled residents.

Van Alexander, songwriter and prolific TV music arranger, dies at 100

Mr. Alexander was the co-writer of Ella Fitzgerald’s biggest hit in 1938 and had a long career in Hollywood.

Baltimore’s ‘Joe Louis of law’

Billy Murphy, who is representing the family of Freddie Gray, has long fought for the city’s disenfranchised.

Mudderella draws racers for domestic violence awareness

With grit and gusto, more than 3,000 participants braved a five-mile, 10-obstacle course Saturday morning.

Justice Dept.: Virginia ignored court order on funding for the disabled

Money from land sale was taken out of trust fund that pays for services for disabled residents.

Justice Department scrutinizes firing of black police chief in Pocomoke City, Md.

The small town has been roiled by allegations of racism and abuse of power by city officials.

George Coe, character actor and veteran of ‘Saturday Night Live,’ dies at 86

Mr. Coe’s credits included “L.A. Law,” “The West Wing” and “Kramer vs. Kramer.”

Why is it that newspaper editorials never have bylines?

Reporters get bylines. Columnists get bylines. How come editorial writers don’t get bylines?

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