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Brian Frosh, Maryland attorney general, slams Gov. Larry Hogan, demands vote-by-mail election

Maryland's Democratic attorney general scolded GOP Gov. Larry Hogan on Friday and insisted the state move to embrace a vote-by-mail election amid coronavirus this fall.

Brian E. Frosh said Mr. Hogan's refusal to order ballots mailed to every voter will put people at risk and could "suppress the votes of ...

Daryle Bond arrested in Davon McNea...

Daryle Bond arrested in Davon McNeal killing

D.C. police made arrests Thursday in two of the fatal shootings that happened over Independence Day weekend, including the killing of 11-year-old Davon McNeal.

Metropolitan Police Chief Peter Newsham announced at a press conference Thursday that the Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task force located 18-year-old Daryle Bond, of Southeast D.C., ...

Richmond Confederate monuments remo...

Richmond Confederate monuments removal blocked by judge

RICHMOND, Va. — A judge issued an injunction Thursday barring the city of Richmond from removing any more Confederate monuments, a process that began last week after Mayor Levar Stoney ordered the statues cleared away amid weeks of protests over police brutality and racism.

Richmond Circuit Judge Bradley Cavedo issued ...

Richmond removes three more Confede...

Richmond removes three more Confederate monuments within hours

Richmond, Virginia, continued to take down the city's Confederate memorials Thursday after the mayor's office announced it expected to have all of the monument removed by the end of the week.

Work crews finished dismantling a monument to Matthew Fontaine Maury by removing a massive globe that sat for nearly ...

Mark Herring, Virginia attorney gen...

Mark Herring, Virginia attorney general: State erased rape kit backlog

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring announced Wednesday that the commonwealth had eliminated a backlog of nearly 3,000 untested rape kits.

"And it's never coming back," Mr. Herring said of the backlog, receiving applause during a press conference in Richmond.

Investigators use rape kits to collect DNA and other physical evidence ...

Hampton golfers' futures in limbo a...

Hampton golfers' futures in limbo after COVID-19 leads program to be cut

Lauren Artis was a two-sport athlete growing up in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, excelling in golf and swimming into her teenage years at Elizabeth Seton High School. Two Historically Black College and University (HCBU) programs offered her golf scholarships.

But when she got a feeling for the campus at Hampton University ...

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Riots Long Ago, Luxury Living Today

Riots Long Ago, Luxury Living Today

High-end development has transformed some Black neighborhoods decades after they were scarred by unrest. And not by coincidence.
La ocurrencia derrotista de López O...

La ocurrencia derrotista de López Obrador

La maniobra diplomática del presidente mexicano con Donald Trump ?elogiar y evadir la confrontación? no ha probado ser eficiente para su país.
When Washington Helped Small Busine...

When Washington Helped Small Business, Washington Was Helped

The loan program to help firms keep paying their workers had many beneficiaries. Among them was the capital?s permanent political class.
As Coronavirus Cases Rise, the Fede...

As Coronavirus Cases Rise, the Federal Work Force Heads Back to the Office

Federal employees are being ushered back to office buildings under inconsistent and conflicting reopening plans, against the wishes of leaders in the nation?s capital.
I?m a Direct Descendant of Thomas J...

I?m a Direct Descendant of Thomas Jefferson. Take Down His Memorial.

Monticello is shrine enough for a man who wrote that ?all men are created equal? and yet never did much to make those words come true.
FedEx Joins Push for Washington Red...

FedEx Joins Push for Washington Redskins to Be Renamed

The shipping giant paid $205 million for the naming rights to FedEx Field under a sponsorship deal that began in 1999.

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Fairfax teachers, parents face a wr...

Fairfax teachers, parents face a wrenching choice about fall. Betsy DeVos made it political.

As Trump tweets, teachers and families weigh the risks of returning to class.
Virginia home health aides look for...

Virginia home health aides look for state relief in pandemic

Joyce Barnes has become sick before by caring for someone who was carrying a communicable disease without anyone knowing it ? a bacterial infection that put her in the hospital last year.
Drop in Virginia jail?s expenses cr...

Drop in Virginia jail?s expenses creates way to pay tuition

Closing courts in Tazewell County because of the pandemic has created a way to pay the tuition for county students at Southwest Virginia Community College (SVCC) for the rest of this year.
Field of wildflowers advances susta...

Field of wildflowers advances sustainability in Maryland

It?s not the poppies from the Wizard of Oz, but the 15-acres of Black-eyed Susans at Bar-T Mountainside near Urbana does bring to mind a fairytale.
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