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D.C. police arrest second suspect in shooting of 1-year-old boy

Authorities are searching for a third person in the July 10 shooting captured on video.

After A Century, Rockville Quietly Moves Confederate Statue

They kept the date quiet in the hopes of forestalling any protests. [ more › ]

In Apparent Murder-Suicide, Elderly Couple Found Dead In Arlington

Police say it appears that 81-year-old Masao Matsumoto killed his wife, then himself. [ more › ]

House prepares to pass sanctions bill — and set up veto dilemma for Trump

The House bill would impose new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea, and prevent President Trump from easing some of them without congressional approval.

Morning Roundup: Why The Kennedy Center's Utah Flag Was Wrong For Years

Also, Jim Vance's last story, a new leader at WCP, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Security guard shoots man during gunbattle outside shopping center in Northeast

Police have arrested the wounded man in what they said appears to be an unprovoked attack on the guard.

Three teens arrested in fatal shooting of 17-year-old in Laurel, Md.

The shooting occurred during an “illegal transaction,” according to Prince George’s police.

Transformed after foreclosure, three-bedroom Capitol Hill rowhouse lists for $867,000

TOWN SQUARE | The main level of the flipped residence has an exposed brick wall, an open floor plan with a coffered ceiling in the living and dining area and an open kitchen with custom-designed cabinets, marble counters and stainless-steel appliances.

Undocumented suspensions persisted in D.C. schools despite repeated alerts

City school officials now say they plan a “complete audit” of suspension data.

Scalise bucks up colleagues as he prepares for rehabilitation

There was no word on when Scalise might return to work. A spokesman said Scalise "is looking forward to working through the rehab process and returning to the Capitol once he is ready."

Confederate statue moved from Rockville courthouse over the weekend

After two-year saga, county relocates statue to private land near White’s Ferry in Dickerson, Md.

One month after SafeTrack, has much changed for Metro?

Metro's performance faced mixed reviews from riders, but system officials are optimistic for the future.

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