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Sixth D.C. jail inmate tests positi...

Sixth D.C. jail inmate tests positive for COVID-19

Another D.C. jail inmate tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases in the jail to six.

The 25-year-old man, who tested positive, was moved to the quarantine unit, on Thursday, from the Correctional Treatment Facility after another individual from his unit tested positive for COVID-19, the disease ...

Larry Hogan, Md. gov.: Penalties fo...

Larry Hogan, Md. gov.: Penalties for violating stay-at-home order are there to ensure compliance

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday said the stiff penalties residents face if they violate the state's stay-at-home order are meant to ensure compliance and that there have been just two arrests thus far for people who flouted social distancing rules.

"A lot of it is just to ensure compliance ...

Jerry Falwell Jr., Liberty Universi...

Jerry Falwell Jr., Liberty University president, slams media attacks over coronavirus

Liberty University officials angrily denied a new press report claiming nearly a dozen students were showing symptoms of COVID-19 after President Jerry Falwell Jr. allowed students to return to residence halls following spring break.

The decision to partially reopen the Lynchburg, Virginia, school and allow students into the dorms has ...

Washington D.C. reports 94 new coro...

Washington D.C. reports 94 new coronavirus cases

The D.C. Department of Health announced 94 new cases of COVID-19, including two boys aged 11 and nine.

As of Monday night, the District has a total of 495 cases of coronavirus and nine deaths.

Of the new cases, 25 of them are individuals over the age of 60.

The ...

Larry Hogan, Ralph Northam, Muriel ...

Larry Hogan, Ralph Northam, Muriel Bowser order residents to stay at home

The governors of Virginia and Maryland and the District's mayor on Monday ordered residents to stay at home to stop the spread of the coronavirus, signing executive orders to allow authorities to fine and even arrest those who don't comply.

The chief executives of the three jurisdictions previously had banned ...

Maryland, D.C. labs, university pro...

Maryland, D.C. labs, university professors working to produce more masks for hospitals

Universities may be closed to students for the foreseeable future, but some professors are still in their labs and springing into action to contribute to the coronavirus response effort.

Take Peter Kofinas, chair of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Maryland. He's worked on projects ...

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Chicken, Artichokes and a Beloved M...

Chicken, Artichokes and a Beloved Moroccan Passover Dish

Esther Soussan Berman passed away in 2010, but her recipe, for golden chicken thighs and fresh artichokes, still has a place on her family?s holiday tables.
The Toilet Paper Had Armed Guards, ...

The Toilet Paper Had Armed Guards, and Other Coronavirus Stories

Small, striking moments from a pandemic.
As States Delay Primaries, June 2 I...

As States Delay Primaries, June 2 Is Suddenly a Big Tuesday on the Calendar

As many as 12 states may hold primaries on June 2, which now carries the biggest delegate haul since Super Tuesday. That could change how the rest of the Democratic race plays out.
She Had 3 Jobs to Support Her Music...

She Had 3 Jobs to Support Her Music. Now All Are Gone.

A singer in Washington, D.C., got by on multiple gigs. As the coronavirus shut down her city, her smartphone delivered one blow after another.
After Days of Anxiety and Confusion...

After Days of Anxiety and Confusion, Government Workers Told to Stay Home

The nation?s 2.1 million federal employees have been left unsure of whether they are expected to report to work during the coronavirus outbreak.
A Ballet School Rehired an Embezzle...

A Ballet School Rehired an Embezzler. Then $1.5 Million Vanished.

The ex-employee is now charged with taking the money from the Kirov Academy, which was created by the Rev. Sun Myung Moon, founder of the Unification Church.

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Cases in Maryland, Virginia continu...

Cases in Maryland, Virginia continue to surge, bringing regional tally to 3,411

Live updates: Virginia, Maryland an...

Live updates: Virginia, Maryland announce surge in new coronavirus cases; Washington-area residents ordered to stay home

See the latest coronavirus developments Tuesday in the Washington region.
Staying together ? six feet apart. ...

Staying together ? six feet apart. Immunocompromised families grapple with coronavirus.

When your immune system is especially vulnerable, an already scary virus can be terrifying.
Arlington receives state grant to o...

Arlington receives state grant to offset transportation losses

Falls Church man charged with abusi...

Falls Church man charged with abusing child at in-home day care, police say

Santiago Alvarado Garica was arrested on Friday.
Hogan: Trump?s claim that testing i...

Hogan: Trump?s claim that testing issues are resolved is ?just not true?

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