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RFK Memorial Project Launches As Anchor For Stadium Site

Members of the Kennedy family and a new memorial committee are involved in the planning process. [ more › ]

A Freedom Caucus Republican says the foundation of the Trump budget is ‘a lie’

"What it does is it perpetuates a myth that we can go out there and balance a budget without touching entitlements,” said Rep. Mark Sanford (R-S.C.) at a House Budget Committee hearing. “It's not only a myth, it's frankly a lie."

Fight Over D.C.'s Death With Dignity Law Finds New Life In Trump's Budget

It's the latest salvo in a fight between the federal and local governments over the measure. [ more › ]

Before and after the latest disaster that cut Big Sur off from the rest of the world

People had to bushwhack a 1-mile trail through the woods to get their kids to school. This sounds like a dystopian action novel but it's everyday life for the people in Big Sur.

Ed Gillespie comes to the rescue — of his poor polling numbers

Political polls are troublesome things to candidates, particularly those running for statewide office in non-presidential election years, and to people who follow campaigns. The 2013 gubernatorial race between Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Ken Cuccinelli went into its final days showing McAuliffe ahead by 7 percentage points. Show More Summary

Ed Gillespie comes to the rescue - of his poor polling numbers

A poll shows him losing to either Democratic candidate -- and it may be President Trump's fault.

There Are Dolphins In The Potomac And We Know Almost Nothing About Them ... Yet

Georgetown professor Janet Mann is conducting the first major research project on the dolphin population in the area. [ more › ]

Take it from Tilly: Some people have always been clueless on public transportation

During the Memorial Day weekend, the Trolley Museum will show wartime D.C. transit movies.

This Week in Jazz, Featuring The Petworth Jazz Project And JFK at 100

Also, John Lamkin, Sharon Clark, Roy Ayers, and free Memorial Day weekend performances from military jazz ensembles. [ more › ]

Decals with Bible verse removed from sheriff's office cruisers in Virginia

The small decals cited Matthew 5:9, which says in part, “Blessed are the peacemakers …"

'Lord Protect Us From Gentrification': Community Raises Concerns About Congress Heights Arena In Testy Meeting

“We’re at a community meeting now, and less than a week later, we’re going to have a groundbreaking.” [ more › ]

Va. attorney general urges collaboration in battling opioid crisis

Statewide tour brings Attorney General Mark Herring to Alexandria, where epidemic has been relatively muted.

D.C. And Arlington Land Lower On Park Ranking This Year

D.C. is still in the top five on what's known as the ParkScore. [ more › ]

‘That’s a big one’: Father-son team relocates 40,000 bees swarming in Virginia neighborhood

The swarm was about the size of a small child, measuring 3-feet tall and 2-1/2-feet wide. It weighed about 40 pounds.

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