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More aid but no solutions for owners at crumbling D.C. condo building

Nearly all of the homeowners at the Talbert St., building in Anacostia are Black women and first-time homebuyers who received loans through the city’s Home Purchase Assistance Program.

Who are the Oath Keepers going to trial on seditious conspiracy charges?

Among those on trial are Stewart Rhodes, who founded the extremist antigovernment group Oath Keepers in 2009.

What you need to know about the Oath Keepers trial

Who are the Oath Keepers? What do we expect or hope to learn from the trial? What connection is there to President Trump? We answer your questions.

Coal jobs are almost gone. Could a casino help rescue southwest Virginia?

Virginia's first casino has opened in Bristol, where residents hope money from gambling can help rescue a region down on its luck.

Woman killed in Fairfax hit-and-run, police say

She was struck at Annandale Road and Maple Place in the Annandale area.

Boy, 2, is shot and wounded in Prince George’s, police say

D.C. police found the boy on the 2500 block of Q Street, SE but believe he was shot in Prince George’s.

At St. Matthew’s 70th Red Mass, a celebration of God and good work

On the day before the start of a new Supreme Court term in an America wrestling with deep divisions, D.C.’s Catholic leaders reprised a celebration of God and good work that has stretched 70 years.

Man fatally shot Sunday morning in Alexandria, police say

Fairfax County Police officers said they expect the incident wasn't a random act.

PM Update: Showers and cool weather continue for Monday

Add in some gusty winds from the north and we are locked in for some dreary conditions.
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A White House fence’s Black Lives Matter art has been saved for history

More than 1,500 artifacts from the Black Lives Matter Memorial Fence were saved and are now accessible in the D.C. Public Library’s online archive.

Two men fatally shot this weekend in Washington

Ronald Porter was fatally shot on the 1300 block of Adams Street NE. Another adult male was killed Sunday in Northwest.

On day of fasting, D.C. Jewish group plans a controversial event: Lunch

Some Jewish young adults who do not fast on Yom Kippur will gather in D.C. for a meetup meant to help them feel more connected to the holiday.

D.C.-area forecast: Scattered showers continue today with a cool breeze

Gradually less rainy early this week before a brighter and warmer Wednesday.
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On Saturday, a new month started like the old one ended

Friday, Saturday were both cool, wet, windy.

Thousands regain power in Virginia as Ian’s remnants sweep through region

Southeastern Virginia was hit hardest Saturday, leaving 30,000 Dominion customers without power.

7 D.C. officers removed from violent-crime squad amid internal probe

D.C.'s police chief said seven officers were believed to have been involved in seizing guns from suspects, but not arresting them.

PM Update: Rain, rain won’t go away, all the way through Sunday

Hurricane Ian's remnants will bring us more rain and gusty winds tomorrow.
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Fire rips through Montgomery County complex, damaging eight townhouses

The fire at a development in Silver Spring took 90 firefighters to put out.
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D.C.-area forecast: Rainy through Tuesday night, slow clearing after that

Sunny weather dominates Thursday through the weekend

September 28 morning weather update