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Dwight D. Eisenhower memorial dedic...

Dwight D. Eisenhower memorial dedicated in Washington

A marine band played, fighter jets flew overhead rumbling Capitol Hill, and senators and congressmen gathered as America's last general-turned-President, Dwight D. Eisenhower received a long-awaited national memorial dedication on a rainy night in the nation's capital Thursday.

"If you think this weather is rough, just think what it was ...

Military police inquired about heat...

Military police inquired about heat ray weapon prior to clearing protesters from D.C. park

Military police inquired about a heat ray weapon shortly before clearing protesters from Lafayette Square park near the White House after the death of George Floyd, it emerged Wednesday.

Adam DeMarco, a major in the D.C. National Guard, recently told lawmakers that a leading U.S. military police officer inquired about ...

Prince George's County allows more ...

Prince George's County allows more businesses, activities to resume with COVID-19 guidelines

Prince George's County in Maryland is now allowing several more businesses and activities to resume under its coronavirus phase two reopening plan.

Banquet halls, receptions and meeting rooms in hotels, conference centers and other similar establishments can reopen along with cigar, hookah and vape establishments with certain restrictions in place. ...

D.C. area schools seek to protect s...

D.C. area schools seek to protect students' privacy online

Public school systems offering online-only instruction say they are taking steps to protect student confidentiality while recording lessons, addressing privacy concerns among families.

Using online platforms, school staff have a number of ways to protect student privacy, such as limiting access to recordings, muting microphones, turning off video cameras and ...

Eisenhower memorial to be dedicated...

Eisenhower memorial to be dedicated in Washington D.C. after 21 years of fighting

It took less time for Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower to defeat Nazi Germany as supreme commander of the Allied armies in World War II than it did to design and construct the memorial to him that will be dedicated Thursday in Washington.

A divisive fight over one of America's least-divisive ...

Alexander Hunter, Times cartoonist,...

Alexander Hunter, Times cartoonist, wins SPJ award

Alexander Hunter, a versatile artist, designer and editorial illustrator for The Washington Times, has won the Sigma Delta Chi Award for excellence in journalism from the Society of Professional Journalists, the nation’s oldest organization in the news field and one that encourages fair, accurate and ethical practices industrywide.

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National Museum of African American...

National Museum of African American History and Culture Is Reopening

While it won?t yet have an exhibition on recent protests against racism and police violence, its founding director acknowledges that it is reopening against the backdrop of ?a changed America.?
Eisenhower Memorial, Delayed by Des...

Eisenhower Memorial, Delayed by Design Disputes, Opens This Week

The memorial in Washington, D.C., pays tribute to the general who led the Allies to victory in Europe during World War II and the president who sought peace after it was over.
How My 2-Year-Old Planted a Coronav...

How My 2-Year-Old Planted a Coronavirus Story Idea

After another child at my son?s day care tested positive, I ran into obstacle after obstacle trying to get him a test. I quickly learned I wasn?t alone among concerned parents of young children.
Investigation of Medicare Chief Exp...

Investigation of Medicare Chief Exposes Underside of Washington

A yearlong investigation into Seema Verma, the head of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, showed the cozy relations that fuel the nation?s capital at taxpayer expense.
Trump Moves to Cut Federal Funding ...

Trump Moves to Cut Federal Funding From Democratic Cities

The president directed officials to identify ?anarchist jurisdictions? and move to withhold funds as he tries to build his campaign around the unrest that has accompanied racial justice protests.
?They Stand on the Shoulders of Gia...

?They Stand on the Shoulders of Giants?: The Next Generation to March on Washington

Many protesters came to inspire their children and pass down a legacy of action against racial injustice.

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D.C. police investigating fatal sho...

D.C. police investigating fatal shootings in Northwest, Southeast Washington

A man was fatally shot in Takoma; a woman was fatally shot in Shipley.
Man fatally stabbed in laundromat i...

Man fatally stabbed in laundromat in Maryland

The incident happened at a laundromat on Walker Mill Road in Prince George?s County.
The Falwells, the pool attendant an...

The Falwells, the pool attendant and the double life that brought them all down

Giancarlo Granda says Becki and Jerry Falwell preyed on him sexually. The evangelical couple says their young business partner tried to extort money from them.
Judges in D.C. threatened, harassed...

Judges in D.C. threatened, harassed after high-profile, political legal battles

Judiciary asks Congress for help to protect court officials and enhance security after killing of judge?s son in New Jersey.
D.C.-area forecast: Showers ending ...

D.C.-area forecast: Showers ending as sunshine increases with time; fall-like this weekend

The coolest air of the season so far is on its way.
Police identify man fatally shot in...

Police identify man fatally shot in Temple Hills, Md.

Incident happened Wednesday night along Keating Street.

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