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NASA rocket may conjure blue and red cloud over D.C., Mid-Atlantic tonight

The glowing cloud of colored vapor will form about 130 miles above Earth in the southeast sky.

Woman says she was told to pump breast milk in pet area at Dulles Airport

Woman says she was told to use pet-relief area to pump her breast milk at Dulles Airport.

Metro Begins Changing Out Paper Farecard Machines From Stations

By January there won't be a way to buy the soon-to-be relics, and faregates will stop accepting them in March. [ more › ]

Boys’ soccer: Gonzaga upends DeMatha; Huntingtown has learned how to handle adversity

The Eagles knocked off their WCAC rivals on Tuesday while the Hurricanes are off to a promising 10-0 start.

Virginia for the Win: Why Trump is paying for signatures

Virginia for the Win is a series examining Virginia’s crucial role in the 2016 presidential race. The Beatles had a hit long ago with “Can’t Buy Me Love.”  But money works better for other things, especially in politics. Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is vowing to be the first of the GOP contenders to qualify for […]

How Kevin McCarthy is trying to fix his problem with House conservatives

The leading candidate to become the next Speaker of the House is amid a high-stakes campaign to assuage his critics and unite his party.

U.S. Capitol Police Warn Nation Of Islam Rally Could Get Violent In 'Race-Baiting' E-mail

The U.S. Capitol Police Chief Kim Dine has responded by distancing himself from the newsletter that is being derided as alarmist "race-baiting." [ more › ]

Here's How Politicians, Activists Reacted To The Exelon Settlement

The proposed merger now goes back to the D.C. Public Service Commission to decide. [ more › ]

Pray to the Kush God: D.C. Has Weed on Wheels

Customers can soon order special brownies and gummies via an app for a "donation." [ more › ]

With Inferno, former Oval Room chef Tony Conte wants to put his own spin on Neapolitan pizza

The fine-dining-chef-turned-pizzaiolo returns to his Italian roots with a Neapolitan-style pizzeria, set to open Oct. 13 in Gaithersburg.

William E. Paul, immunologist who shaped HIV/AIDS research, dies at 79

Dr. Paul led the NIH’s Office of AIDS Research at a time when an effective treatment felt increasingly elusive.

Morning Roundup: Supreme Sport

In the news: Georgetown gets a huge donation, people turn out for family leave proposal, and more. [ more › ]

Development at Southwest D.C. marina creates tensions for 'live-aboards'

Houseboat residents are in limbo as developers figure out how the community will fit into their plans.

Are these the prettiest desserts in D.C.?

These bakers are part of a growing number of food artists making elaborately detailed cookies, macarons, cakes and pies available in the D.C. area.

Two sandwiches to try now before they're gone

Two reasons to try these sandwiches now: they're delicious and they're only being served for a limited time.

The food trucks are coming — to a metro station near you

Prince George’s lawmakers legalize food trucks after 10-year restriction; Montgomery expands their hours.

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