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D.C. Council approved D.C. United s...

D.C. Council approved D.C. United stadium

The D.C. Council approved the District of Columbia Soccer Stadium Act of 2014 on Wednesday.
Family: Gross kept in touch, didn't...

Family: Gross kept in touch, didn't grow angry in Cuba

Alan Gross -- the American who was freed from five years of imprisonment in Cuba today -- had been working as a subcontractor for the U.S. government's U.S. Agency for International Development when he was arrested -- an agency that has been promoting democracy in Cuba.
'Saving Private Ryan' among films b...

'Saving Private Ryan' among films being preserved

"Saving Private Ryan" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" are among 25 movies being inducted this year into the National Film Registry for long-term preservation, the Library of Congress announced Wednesday.
Two serial bank robbers on the loos...

Two serial bank robbers on the loose in D.C. area

One dresses sharply; the other holds up banks in Alexandria and Annandale.
Metro's Blue, Orange, Silver lines ...

Metro's Blue, Orange, Silver lines resume service after water main break

Three Metro lines are up and running Tuesday morning after a water main break caused a major headache for commuters on the rail and the road.
Chris Brown's bodyguard sentenced t...

Chris Brown's bodyguard sentenced to probation

Singer Chris Brown's bodyguard Christopher Hollosy has been given a 90-day suspended jail sentence, 1-year probation and ordered to perform 24 hours of community service for breaking the nose of a Beltsville man last year.

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A Brief History of Time (and Memory...

A Brief History of Time (and Memory) at the National Gallery of Art

The National Gallery?s survey of photography could have been called ?Talented Photographers Get to Play with Some Really Cool Shit.?
To Do Today: Jerry Lawson, Fellowcr...

To Do Today: Jerry Lawson, Fellowcraft, and Vinyl Theatre

A veteran vocalist tours in support of his first solo album at the tender age of 71.
?Prison Isn?t Like Summer Camp?: An...

?Prison Isn?t Like Summer Camp?: An Ex-Con Reviews Orange is the New Black Season 3, Episode 3

"Dude, I wouldn?t recommend that those prison corporations exist at all!"
Photos: the Foo Fighters? Fourth of...

Photos: the Foo Fighters? Fourth of July Celebration at RFK

City Paper didn't photograph the Foos, but we did catch the other sets.
To Do Today: Swirlies, Imagine Drag...

To Do Today: Swirlies, Imagine Dragons, and the First Night of Fort Reno

Fort Reno begins this evening with performances by indie rock quartet East West HWY, guitarist and vocalist Sara Curtin of the Sweater Set, and ska band the Fuss.
Why We?re Not Photographing the Foo...

Why We?re Not Photographing the Foo Fighters

The band's contract really, really sucks.

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Steven Levenson's 'Dear Evan Hansen...

Steven Levenson's 'Dear Evan Hansen' opens at Arena Stage

Still a young man, playwright Steven Levenson is a writer and co-producer of Showtime's steamy "Masters of Sex." The drama has picked up Emmy and Golden Globe nominations — all by the time Mr. Levenson was 31.

Mr. Levenson will next have the world premiere of his original musical "Dear ...

Virginia Republicans aim to broaden...

Virginia Republicans aim to broaden party appeal with ethnically diverse candidates

Chuong Nguyen, the Republican state delegate candidate in Virginia's 87th District, left his native country of Vietnam in a small fishing boat and found refuge in Malaysia before coming to the United States. His father had been imprisoned in a re-education camp, and his wife's family was broken up when ...

DEBORAH SIMMONS: Please, Obama, Pel...

DEBORAH SIMMONS: Please, Obama, Pelosi, others: Stop blaming Republicans and guns

ANALYSIS/OPINION

A man identified as Francisco Sanchez isn't a suspect in the spate of killings and violence that checkered the country over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

The District, Milwaukee and Chicago are among the metro areas where a rash of shootings exploded alongside backyard fireworks displays, leaving our ...

No evidence of gunshot reportedly f...

No evidence of gunshot reportedly fired at Walter Reed Medical Center

Authorities investigating a report of a single gunshot heard at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda Monday morning said they have found no evidence that a shooting occurred on the campus.

Montgomery County Police Department spokesman Capt. Paul Starks said in a Monday afternoon briefing that no injuries ...

D.C. police name suspect in fatal s...

D.C. police name suspect in fatal stabbing in Metro station

WASHINGTON (AP) — District of Columbia police have issued an arrest warrant for a suspect wanted for murder in the stabbing death of a man in a Metro station.

Police say Jasper Spires is wanted for first-degree murder in connection to the death of 24-year-old Kevin Joseph Sutherland, who was ...

Sandra Clara McClary, Maryland mom,...

Sandra Clara McClary, Maryland mom, held on $500K after infant found on roadside

PASADENA, Md. (AP) — A Maryland mother is being held on $500,000 bail after police say she left her 6-week-old daughter on the side of a road Saturday.

Anne Arundel County police charged 26-year-old Sandra Clara McClary of Baltimore with child neglect and reckless endangerment on Sunday. Lt. T.J. Smith ...

NY Times Washinton

National Cathedral?s Repair Work: F...

National Cathedral?s Repair Work: Finials, Finance and Faith

The Washington National Cathedral, a fixture of American politics and religion, is still trying to rebound from recession and a damaging earthquake.
Police Find No Signs of Shooting Af...

Police Find No Signs of Shooting After Washington Navy Yard Lockdown

Investigators found no evidence that a shooting occurred at the facility, officials said, after a report of gunshots prompted a lockdown Thursday.
Eisenhower Memorial Design Nears Ap...

Eisenhower Memorial Design Nears Approval, but Funding Remains Uncertain

A proposed tribute on the National Mall to the five-star general and 34th president is nearing approval for its design, but Congress has not funded its construction.
Our Supreme Court Reporter Sets a P...

Our Supreme Court Reporter Sets a Personal Record and Hopes for a Break

Last week, as the Supreme Court ended its term, Adam Liptak, who covers the court, wrote five stories in one day, two of them for the front page. He reflects on a busy week.
Angering Conservatives and Liberals...

Angering Conservatives and Liberals, Chief Justice John Roberts Defends Steady Restraint

John G. Roberts Jr., the leader of the deeply divided Supreme Court, used his votes on health care and same-sex marriage to cast himself as a consistent practitioner of judicial modesty.
Smile and Say Same-Sex Marriage: Ph...

Smile and Say Same-Sex Marriage: Photo Editor’s Notebook

Tanner Curtis, a photo editor for the National desk, shares a selection of photos from the day the Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage.

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Washington-area obituaries of note

Washington-area obituaries of note

Obituaries of residents from the District, Maryland and Northern Virginia.Herbert E. Adelman, lawyerHerbert E. Adelman, 82, a Washington lawyer engaged in private practice since 1966, died May 20 at his home in Arlington, Va. The cause was a brain tumor, said a daughter, Jennifer Adelman.Read full article >>
Man assaulted while walking down Ne...

Man assaulted while walking down New York Avenue NW dies

An Alexandria man who was assaulted while walking on New York Avenue in the District has died of his injuries, D.C. police said Tuesday.Police are investigating the death of Thomas Harris, 52, as a homicide.Read full article >>
Three injured following fire at Nin...

Three injured following fire at Ninth Street and Rhode Island Avenue NW

Three people were seriously injured in a building fire near Ninth Street and Rhode Island Avenue NW, officials said Tuesday afternoon.The fire was extinguished, and officials reported that two people were critically injured. Officials said that the third victim suffered injuries that are serious but not life-threatening.Read full article >>
Weather Gang: Boston thinks it?s fu...

Weather Gang: Boston thinks it?s funny the NY Times just noticed their huge snow pile is still there

Remember this pile of snow in Boston?s Seaport district? It?s still there. Kind of.
New member joins Montgomery school ...

New member joins Montgomery school board

When Montgomery County?s school board meets next week, a new member will be seated at the table: Eric Guerci, a rising junior at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School who stepped into his new post earlier this month.Read full article >>
Police: Man shot taxi driver rather...

Police: Man shot taxi driver rather than pay the fare

A Hyattsville man shot a taxi driver when the latter asked him to pay the fare for a ride on the Fourth of July, Prince George?s County police said.Police announced the arrest of Diotraye Lee Diggs, 24, on Tuesday. The driver?s injury was not life-threatening.Read full article >>

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