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"Heads up for Runners in NE""Dear PoPville, I just wanted to give a heads up to runners in northeast of a man that is verbally harassing / chasing runners."

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"We are asking DC residents to help from afar by sending a 'note of encouragement' to these youth.""Dear PoPville, I'm working w Sasha Bruce youthwork, a 45 year old organization that provides services to homeless youth across the city and PG county."

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Anwan "Big G" Glover has a simple message for Metro riders: "Wear your mask! "From WMATA: "DC rapper, go-go artist and actor Anwan "Big G" Glover is taking on a new and important role - helping the community stay healthy in the fight against Covid-19."

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Here is how school buses looked in 1934If you were an elementary school student the 1930s, this Dodge school bus might have been your ride.

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10 Virtual Things To Do This Weekend In D.C.Find your next bike, hear from professional scuba divers, and virtually tour a famous cemetery.

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Hidden Gems: Look Up, Look DownLook Up Giant Blue Rooster It's electric blue and stands 14½ feet high on the roof terrace of the National Gallery of Art's East Building, yet many.

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The Path Forward: The Food IndustryLand O'Lakes president and CEO Beth Ford joined Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart on May 27 to discuss the challenges in farming, food production and distribution during the coronavirus pandemic.

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About that Big Police Response on Benning YesterdayVia google maps Yesterday on twitter @PoPville I was asked about the huge police presence on Benning Road.

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Mokomandy, Northern Virginia's Celebrated Korean-Cajun Restaurant, Closes for GoodThe strip mall spot reportedly did not want to attempt a return as long as COVID-19 limited service.

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A road in Tysons becomes the first in Fairfax County to open for pedestrians and cyclistsIt may have been a road where thousands of cars and trucks traversed everyday, but by Friday evening, portions of Tysons Blvd will open to pedestrians and cyclists for recreation and exercise.

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These High School Sweethearts Threw a Gorgeous Fall Wedding at the Meridian HouseBrowsing ideas for your upcoming celebration? The wedding flowers at this Meridian House wedding are show-stopping and definitely a must-see.

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Some Positive Scuttlebutt: Elle to Expand into old Hardware store space next door? ! ?Back in April we reported that Old School Hardware had closed for good. But of all the scenarios of what could become of the space this is a pretty great one - a tipster tells me that they hear that the great Elle next door will be taking over the space.

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Local Restaurants Are Scrambling To Reopen This Weekend, But Aren't Even Sure Customers Will Show Up"Restaurants are a very thin-margin business. But we have to open somehow."

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A National Pro-Charter School Group Is Flooding D.C. Mailboxes With Campaign Flyers This CycleDFER-DC, the local chapter of the national pro-charter school organization, has been flooding mailboxes in Wards 2, 4, and 7 with literature supporting the candidates they've endorsed-Ward 7 Councilmember Vince Gray, Ward 4 Councilmember Brandon Todd, and Ward 2 candidate Patrick Kennedy-and attacking those candidates' opponents.

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May 27 Coronavirus Data PostedExplore data here Ed. Note: Yesterday there were 8,406 total positives. From the Mayor's Office: "The District's reported data for Wednesday, May 27, 2020 includes 86 new positive coronavirus cases, bringing the District's overall positive case total to 8,492."

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A Middle Eastern Cafe And Bakery Opens Inside Navy Yard Restaurant Albi This WeekendYellow, located in Albi's private dining room, will open for carryout on Saturday.

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Today in Hawks around TownI stalked this beauty for blocks. They are way, way faster than you'd think. To those who witnessed a crazy man zig zagging through blocks and lawns in Tenleytown on Sunday - I think we can all agree it was worth it: If you spot a hawk or any interesting wildlife around town, lunching or othe.

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D.C. Will Begin Gradually Reopening Friday, But Does The Public Health Data Say We're Ready?D.C. will begin a phased reopening starting Friday, May 29. Under "Phase 1," residents can once again get their hair cut and visit restaurants with outdoor seating.

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Breakfast links: A fire hits Metro's HQ buildingMetro HQ damaged in a two-alarm fire. DC to lift its stay-at-home order on Friday.

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DC Area's New Covid-19 Infections Going Into ThursdayThe Washington region reported 1,154 new Covid-19 infections going into Thursday, a decrease from the previous day and below the record high of.

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"A huge loss for the community"1803 Connecticut Ave, NW via Take 5 Meditation Thanks to a reader for "passing on the closure of the Take 5 Meditation studio in Dupont."

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Morning Roundup: Pentagon Considers Permanent Teleworking For Some StaffPlus, the pandemic pushes a cashless future, The Atlantic saw a spike in subscriptions after Trump tweet, and more news.

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Shooting on Sherman Ave Just After MidnightVia google maps Reana first reported at 12:06am: "Multiple what I assume shots fired around Sherman and Irving."

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Five Things for Today: May 28, 2020It's official: DC begins Phase 1 of reopening tomorrow, May 29. The Washington Post has details on what this entails along with more info on Maryland and Northern Virginia's reopenings.

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Postal Service Offers Reward in 5 Paintball Attacks on Carriers in DC, MarylandA $50,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and convictions of people who've been shooting mail carriers with paintball guns.

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Pie Insurance Raises $127 Million in Latest FinancingPie Insurance, one of the fastest-growing insurtechs in the country, today announced the closing of $127 million in new financing and capital commitments.

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John Wall discusses his health and support of Washington D.C.The former Wildcat could see his return to the hardwood sooner than later.

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Random Reader Rant and/or RevelPhoto by Clif Burns You can talk about whatever is on your mind - quality of life issues, a beautiful tree you spotted, scuttlebutt, or any random questions / thoughts you may have.

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When White Guys Struggle With What It Means to Be ManlySome seem to think that masculinity is simply the opposite of femininity.

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2020 D.C. Democratic Primary Election GuideHere at Washington City Paper, we're also doing our election guide differently. Thanks to a grant from the Solutions Journalism Network, we were able to reach out to readers and ask them what they wanted elected officials to do.

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After Temporary Hotel Stays Related to COVID-19, Many Homeless Residents Are Hesitant to Return to the Shelter SystemDuring the coronavirus pandemic, people experiencing homelessness are being shuffled back and forth between shelters and hotels.

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Washington DC reopening: what shops and businesses will open?On Friday May 29 the District's lockdown restrictions will be eased but gatherings of more than 10 people will still be prohibited.

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Trump's Botched Coronavirus Response Could Cost Him FloridaSenior citizens propelled him to victory there in 2016. Now, they are running away from him.

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Why Shares of Lockheed Martin Are Soaring TodayShares of Lockheed Martin traded up more than 5% on Wednesday after the defense titan's CEO expressed confidence that pandemic-related disruptions to production lines would be short-lived, and that the Pentagon budget will remain robust for years to come.

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Toddler Stabbed in Northeast DC; Suspect in CustodyAn 18-month-old girl was stabbed in Northeast D.C. Wednesday evening, police say. The stabbing happened just before 6 p.m.

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Monday Properties Secures Financing and Breaks Ground on 300-Unit Multifamily Building at 2000 N BeauregardMonday Properties, a leading national real estate investment firm, has announced today the arrangement of $66.8 million in construction financing with EagleBank for the ground up development of a new, class-A multifamily building located at 2000 N Beauregard Street, Alexandria, VA.

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DC Businesses Prepare for ReopeningFriday will be far from business as usual for D.C. business owners who are allowed to reopen.

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'Like a letter carrier': House takes historic plunge with first proxy votesThe move to allow some lawmakers to vote remotely set off a partisan clash that underscores the broader divide over how to respond to the pandemic.

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Profile: Oligarchs of the Late-Stage RepublicCrassus Sulzberger, Scipio BillGatus Africanus, and Gaius el Jeffius Bezosius are three prominent Oligarch Philanthropists who showed how future leaders could not only rule the deploraplebes, but also the entire North American Empire.

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Abre.io Recognized by SIIA With Its Top AwardOn May 19, Abre.io, a leading education management platform provider, was named the Best Overall Education Technology Solution and Best Administrative Solution of 2020 as part of the annual SIIA CODiE Awards.

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Sam Johnson, ex-Texas congressman and former Vietnam POW, dies at 89Sam Johnson, a military pilot who spent years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam before serving more than two decades in Congress, died Wednesday at age 89.

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Washington, DC to start reopening FridayThe US capital, Washington, DC, will begin a gradual reopening process on Friday, Mayor Muriel Bowser said Wednesday.

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Corona casualties in America increasing, Washington DC Dares to Loosen First Phase LockdownNews24xx.com - The US capital, Washington, DC, eased locking restrictions following a sustained period of decline in coronavirus infection.

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Mayor: Officer who put knee on man's neck should be chargedFour officers were fired a day after George Floyd's death, a stunning and swift move by the Minneapolis chief with the mayor's full backing.

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Graham calls Rosenstein as first witness in Russia inquiryWASHINGTON — Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will testify next week at a Senate committee hearing on the Justice Department's Russia investigation, the panel chairman said Wednesday.

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This Week in Jobs: Poking Our Heads Out EditionShielding your legs from skittering rats while sidewalk dining. Getting stuck talking to that friend-of-a-friend who loves to drone on about life on The Hill.

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Trump to return to Florida for rescheduled SpaceX launchPresident TrumpDonald John TrumpJustice says it will recommend Trump veto FISA bill Fauci: Nominating conventions may be able to go on as planned Poll: Biden leads Trump by 11 points nationally MORE will return to Cape Canaveral, Fla., on Saturday for the rescheduled SpaceX launch.

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Trump threatens to veto FISA bill ahead of House votePresident TrumpDonald John TrumpJustice says it will recommend Trump veto FISA bill Fauci: Nominating conventions may be able to go on as planned Poll: Biden leads Trump by 11 points nationally MORE is threatening to veto legislation reauthorizing expired government surveillance tools if it passes in the House, citing "massive abuse" of the...

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U.S. abdicating global leadership role, leader of European development bank saysThe president of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development says the world needs a new generation of leaders to fill the void.

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Boeing cuts 12,000 jobs, resumes production of grounded jetBoeing is cutting more than 12,000 jobs through layoffs and buyouts as it suffers from a sharp drop in air travel due to the coronavirus pandemic, and more cuts are coming.

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Trump asks DOJ, FBI to expedite probe into George Floyd deathPresident TrumpDonald John TrumpJustice says it will recommend Trump veto FISA bill Fauci: Nominating conventions may be able to go on as planned Poll: Biden leads Trump by 11 points nationally MORE on Wednesday said he asked the Justice Department and FBI to expedite an investigation into the death of George Floyd, who was killed in the custody...

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US Congress approves China sanctions over ethnic crackdownWASHINGTON — Congress voted Wednesday to toughen the U.S. response to a brutal Chinese crackdown on ethnic minorities, adding another factor to the increasingly stormy relationship between the...

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Restaurants Reopen for Outdoor Seating, More, as Maryland Moves Forward With "Completion of Stage One," Governor Hogan Says"Over the past two weeks we have been encouraged by all the successful stage one openings all over the state," Maryland Governor Larry Hogan said in a.

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Blue Dogs call for bipartisan investigation into China's handling of coronavirusMembers of the centrist Democrat Blue Dog Coalition are calling for the establishment of a bipartisan task force to investigate China's initial response to the coronavirus outbreak, raising concerns the country spread disinformation during the initial stages of the pandemic.

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As a Federal Coronavirus Expert Frets, the Capital Moves to ReopenLike many areas around the country, Washington and its suburbs are embracing positive momentum in data on infections to push ahead.

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'There's no stigma attached to wearing a mask': McConnell makes plea in favor of face masksThere's no stigma attached to staying six feet apart," the Kentucky Republican said at an event back in his home state, referencing social distancing guidelines recommended to stem the transmission of the coronavirus."

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Fact Finding 30 Investigation Focusing on Cruise Line Financial Responsibility and Refund PoliciesWashington, DC. Examining issues related to how cruise lines meet financial responsibility requirements and the lines' policies related to ticket refunds are becoming the key focal points of the Fact Finding 30 Investigation "COVID-19 Impact on the Cruise Industry" being led by Commissioner Louis E. Sola.

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Democrats blast CDC report on minorities and COVID-19The leaders of the House minority caucuses Wednesday slammed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention over the breadth of information provided in a report submitted to Congress on the effects of COVID-19 on minority communities.

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Maryland lifts more coronavirus restrictions, will allow outdoor diningMaryland is set to lift additional statewide coronavirus restrictions, and restaurants will be allowed to begin outdoor dining this weekend, Gov.

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DeVos says she'll ensure public schools send CARES Act funds to private schoolsEducation Secretary Betsy DeVosElizabeth. Dee DeVosDon't abandon standardized testing in schools next year - rethink it There is a way to determine risk in bailouts for higher education Bipartisan group of lawmakers calls on DeVos to issue guidance on child abuse reporting amid pandemic MORE is calling on public institutions to share funding...

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House passes bill that would sanction Chinese officials over Xinjiang campsThe House on Wednesday overwhelmingly passed legislation that would impose sanctions on senior Chinese officials responsible for the forced labor camps that have targeted Uyghur Muslims and other Muslim minority groups in the Xinjiang region of China.

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Ocasio-Cortez blames 'political power' of police for lack of accountability following George Floyd's deathRep. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezThe Hill's Campaign Report: GOP beset by convention drama Ocasio-Cortez challenger drops out of GOP primary Ocasio-Cortez posts experience getting antibody tested for COVID-19 MORE said changes to ensure police officers are held accountable aren't made due to politicians fearing the "political power" of police.

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Elizabeth Warren calls for look into coronavirus impact on Native American rightsSen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenPress: Susan Rice would be ready to step in as POTUS Pentagon charts its own course on COVID-19, risking Trump's ire Warren to host high-dollar fundraiser for Biden MORE has teamed up with the co-chair of the Congressional Native American Caucus to request more information on how the COVID-19 pandemic is...

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Production and Audio Visual Experts Launch New Company That Will Hold Virtual Conventions and Events NationwideThe conventions and events business in the U.S. has lost billions of dollars because of the pandemic, but a newly formed company made up of production and audio visual experts with decades of live event experience is providing a solution that could save the industry.

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DC slowly reopens as retail and restaurants get options; Upshur may close at nightMayor Bowser is starting the process to reopen DC and getting life back to... normal...

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Senate Dems press DOJ over coronavirus safety precautions in juvenile detention centersThirteen Democratic senators, led by Sens. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisCalifornia 25 and COVID-19 Press: Susan Rice would be ready to step in as POTUS Trump retweets personal attacks on Clinton, Pelosi, Abrams MORE and Ron WydenRonald.

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Pelosi: George Floyd death is 'a crime'Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiMcCarthy urges Democrats to pull surveillance bill The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Major space launch today; Trump feuds with Twitter How lawmaker ties helped shape Fed chairman's COVID-19 response MORE on Wednesday called the death of an unarmed African American man in Minneapolis a crime, and...

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Fox's Perino presses Trump official on Scarborough tweets: 'How does this help the president win? 'Fox News anchor Dana Perino pressed Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh on President TrumpDonald John TrumpJustice says it will recommend Trump veto FISA bill Fauci: Nominating conventions may be able to go on as planned Poll: Biden leads Trump by 11 points nationally MORE's tweets promoting a conspiracy theory about MSNBC host Joe...

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Michigan State to resume in-person classes this fallMichigan State will resume in-person classes in the fall along with "enhanced" remote learning opportunities, President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. announced Wednesday.

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The Hill's Campaign Report: Trump ramps up attacks against TwitterPresident TrumpDonald John TrumpJustice says it will recommend Trump veto FISA bill Fauci: Nominating conventions may be able to go on as planned Poll: Biden leads Trump by 11 points nationally MORE is ramping up his attacks against Twitter, making the case that political bias at the social media giant is undercutting his reelection efforts amid...

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DC Area Tops 60,000 Covid CasesThe Washington region reported 1,312 new Covid-19 infections going into Wednesday, a decrease from the previous day and well below the record high of 2,258 reached in early May.

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The Summer Rental Market Is Going Nuts As People Book Vacation Homes For As Long As PossibleWith summer camps in question, social distancing still highly encouraged, and cabin fever off the charts, families are ditching their one-week vacation.

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A Running List of D.C. Restaurants and Bars That Will Reopen for Outdoor SeatingPatios, rooftops, and gardens will start hosting customers on Friday, May 29.

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Former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick denied early releaseFormer Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick , who was sentenced to 28 years in prison on corruption and fraud charges in 2013, will not be released to home confinement during the coronavirus pandemic, the federal Bureau of Prisons said Tuesday.

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DC Church to Be Redeveloped With 222-Unit Multifamily AdditionBozzuto Development has been hired to transform the popular Westminster Presbyterian Church in Washington D.C., into a multifamily building with ground-floor church facilities, according to Urban Turf.

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Trump expects 'full report' on death of George FloydPresident TrumpDonald John TrumpJustice says it will recommend Trump veto FISA bill Fauci: Nominating conventions may be able to go on as planned Poll: Biden leads Trump by 11 points nationally MORE on Wednesday described the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody as a "very sad event" and said he expects a "full report" when he...

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The Paolini Perspective: Episode 102Patrick and Sarah talk the lack of reopening in the D.C. region. Patrick shares his experience being in North Carolina over the holiday weekend and how it's time for Montgomery County and other counties in the DMV to start reopening.

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Michigan GOP candidate's Senate petition deemed 'insufficient' over signaturesMichigan Republican Bob Carr's petition for his Senate campaign was deemed "insufficient" after the office of the secretary of state found that more than 3,000 signatures he submitted as part of the application were invalid, a decision that the candidate said he would contest.

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Washington DC Mayor to Lift Stay-at-Home Order FridayWashington Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Wednesday that Washington, D.C., will lift its COVID-19 precautionary stay-at-home order Friday, though she said it was only Phase 1 of a process intended to end with the removal of all restrictions.

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Reader Reports The Post Pub "will not be reopening"1422 L Street, NW Updates as more is known. Thanks to Ben for sending: "Getting the sad news from sources on staff that Post Pub will not be reopening."

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Can I Send My Kids to Summer Camp? The Coronavirus Ethicist Has the Answer.I'm the father of two elementary school aged children in Fairfax, Va. Each year, my wife and I send our children to a day camp in rural Maryland, where.

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Moreland's Tavern Kicking it up a notch with Gold Rush bottles this Whiskey WednesdayFrom the good people at From Moreland's : "This week we have a SUPER LIMITED amount of Gold Rush bottles available."

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DC to Enter Phase I Reopening FridayThe Stay-at-Home Order will be lifted as of Friday, May 29, Mayor Muriel Bowser said Wednesday, May 27.

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Invest in E-Commerce Growth, Advises Kevin O'Leary, of 'Shark Tank'Invest in e-commerce growth to profit from a powerful trend that has gained momentum during the COVID-19 pandemic, advises Kevin O'Leary, a major investor who is a panelist on the "Shark Tank" television program and chairman of O'Shares ETFs.

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WATCH: Pandemic cancels group classes, but the dance must go on for this D.C. couple's open spaces. Steps from where politicians collide, we found tango dancers gliding across Freedom Plaza, hand-in-hand.

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Judge tosses COVID-19 coverage lawsuit against Fox NewsA Seattle judge threw out a lawsuit by a little-known watchdog group targeting Fox News for its coverage of the coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday.

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Suggestions for soft serve ice cream in the areaI'm willing to drive up to 45minish outside of the city for it - I've been craving it for weeks!

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GOP senators urge Trump not to restrict guest worker visasA group of Republican senators are asking the Trump administration not to restrict temporary work-based visas amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Atlantic Saw Subscriptions Surge After Trump Tweet"We've never gotten more subscribers in a day than we did today," says its editor-in-chief.

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Check Out These DIY Backyard Glow-Ups Done During QuarantineFor those who are lucky enough to have outdoor space, it has quickly become a sanctuary in an era of social distancing.

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Minneapolis mayor calls for arrest of officer in George Floyd caseMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey on Wednesday called on the Hennepin County Attorney General's office to charge a dismissed police officer in the killing of George Floyd, a black man who died shortly after the officer knelt on his neck while arresting him.

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Your Afternoon Animal FixIf you have any animal/pet photos you'd like to share please send an email to with 'Animal Fix' in the title and say the name of your pet and your neighborhood.

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How to Mobilize Rural ProgressivesThe first step is to bust some myths about rural voters and communities.

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Another Georgetown Parent Pleads Guilty To Fraud In College Admissions ScandalThe parent admitted to paying Georgetown's then-tennis coach $50,000 to recruit his daughter to the school's tennis team.

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Nation's capital set to begin a gradual reopening on FridayMayor Muriel Bowser says the nation's capital will begin a gradual reopening Friday, even as she warns that it probably will result in more coronavirus infections.

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Senators ask DeVos to adjust FAFSA form due to the coronavirus pandemicA bipartisan group of senators is asking the Department of Education to adjust the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form and website to account for changes to a student's financial situation that have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Cuomo describes productive discussion with Trump on infrastructureNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said his meeting with President Trump on Wednesday focused on investing in infrastructure projects to "supercharge" a U.S. economy reeling from the coronavirus pandemic.

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Despite it all Awesome Abounds Vol. 26Thanks to Dan for sending: "Park View cherry picking season in full swing. Bowl on left from 2 days ago."

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CNN's Cuomo reports 'funky stuff' in his blood work after COVID-19 recoveryCNN anchor Chris Cuomo said Tuesday that his blood work has "funky stuff" in it more than a month after recovering from COVID-19.

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Bucking the Trend: Q&A With Savills' David Lipson on DC's Surprising StrengthsA new report by Savills shows how D.C. has bucked the trend, comparing D.C. market rents to U.S. economic declines.

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"Possum in the cheetah cam! "Thanks to Holly for sending around 11pm last night: "Am I the only person unable to sleep right now because there's a possum in the cheetah cam?"

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Trump administration says Hong Kong no longer independent from China as tension with US grows'It's hard to see how Hong Kong can remain a financial hub if China takes over,' Donald Trump told his top spokeswoman on Tuesday.

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Rod Rosenstein to testify before Senate panel on Russia probeThe hearing comes as part of a GOP-led Judiciary Committee investigation that has been cheered on by Trump and his allies.

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NJ judge permanently removed from bench after asking alleged rape victim if she closed her legsA New Jersey judge who asked an alleged rape victim in court whether she could have closed her legs to stop the assault has been permanently barred from the bench.

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Women and Bicycles Online Reading ClubJoin us for a casual article chat. No preparation required, just read the article and come talk.

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Pandemic Theatre gets all-out playful with Shakespeare's Much Ado About NothingOf the many pitches about online content we have received, the announcement from Pandemic Theatre of how they were presenting Shakespeare's barbed romantic comedy, Much Ado About Nothing, struck us as especially unusual: a changeable presentation style, a cast taking on differing roles depending on their preferences, released once a week over 5...

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Coronavirus: Trump wants July Fourth DC parade, local Democrats objectPresident Donald Trump plans to push ahead with plans for a July 4 parade in Washington, D.C., despite objections from local lawmakers and the city's prohibition on gatherings of more than 10 people as it enters a phased reopening on Friday.

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Dupont Circle Panera will likely Shut Down Soon according to an employee; "Le Pain Quotidien filed for bankruptcy protection"1350 Connecticut Avenue, NW A reader reports: "I am an employee at the Dupont Circle Panera."

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Washington, D.C. to begin reopening FridayWashington, D.C. is set to begin its first phase of reopening on Friday after experiencing a "sustained decline" in cases of the novel coronavirus over 14 days, the U.S. capital's mayor said on Wednesday.

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C&W Sees Positives Ahead in DC's Health Care Office MarketThe Washington, D.C. Metro region shows some positive signs for investment sales activity, vacancy rates and new construction in the health care sector, according to a recent Cushman and Wakefield report on the health care office market.

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Donald Trump's Surprising New CriticsThe editorial board of the Trump-supporting Washington Examiner has condemned the president's attacks on Joe Scarborough, arguing that "observers might even someday look back at this incident as the instant when things began to unravel." I laughed derisively when I read that, but it's probably true that there will be people who say this.

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Still At Workers: A Home Health Aide Is A Companion To Members Of D.C.'s Most Vulnerable PopulationBrenda Lee assists her clients with chores and medication reminders, and offers companionship.

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Rosenstein to testify as part of Graham's Russia investigation probeFormer Deputy Attorney General Rod RosensteinRod RosensteinSenate Republicans issue first subpoena in Biden-Burisma probe Graham to release report on his probe into Russia investigation before election McConnell embraces subpoena of Obama-era officials MORE will testify next week as part of the Judiciary Committee's probe into the origins of the...

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Kayleigh McEnany has voted by mail 11 times since 2010: reportWhite House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, who has defended President TrumpDonald John TrumpJustice says it will recommend Trump veto FISA bill Fauci: Nominating conventions may be able to go on as planned Poll: Biden leads Trump by 11 points nationally MORE's attacks on mail-in voting, has voted by mail 11 times since 2010, the Tampa Bay...

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Biden calls for DOJ Civil Rights Division to investigate George Floyd's deathPresumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Wednesday called on the Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division to investigate the death of George Floyd, the unarmed black man who was killed during an encounter with Minne.

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New Ways to Discover Estate Residences at The YardsEstate - the newest addition to The Yards neighborhood - is now offering one month free on studios and one-bedrooms for those seeking an unparalleled level of sophisticated living.

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Caddis Taps Transwestern to Lease 122,000 SF Medical Office Space in Rockville, MarylandTranswestern Real Estate Services announces it has been named the exclusive leasing agent for Shady Grove Medical Pavilion at 9601 Blackwell Road in Rockville, Maryland.

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Cheney says she remains open to remote voting, blasts proxy voting systemHouse Republican Conference Chairwoman Liz CheneyElizabeth. Lynn CheneyThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Major space launch today; Trump feuds with Twitter House Republicans to file lawsuit to halt proxy voting House GOP to launch China probes beyond COVID-19 MORE asserted she's open to the idea of remote voting during the...

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President Trump departs for Kenendy Space Center in Washington, DCPresident Donald Trump departs the White House in Washington, DC on Wednesday, May 27, 2020.

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President Trump Returns from Kenendy Space Center to Washington, DCPresident Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump return to the White House in Washington, DC on Wednesday, May 27, 2020.

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Washington D.C. Significantly Overhauls Its Data Breach Notification LawIn the midst of COVID-19 challenges, privacy and security matters continue to be at the forefront for federal and state legislature.

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Fox's Napolitano to Trump: First Amendment 'does not regulate Twitter'Fox News legal analyst Andrew Napolitano said Wednesday that President Trump faces an uphill battle with his threat to regulate social media platforms like Twitter.

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DC to Lift Stay-at-Home Order on Friday; Here's What Can ReopenThe stay-at-home order that's been in effect in Washington, D.C., for nearly two months will be lifted on Friday, though many restrictions on businesses and daily life will remain as the coronavirus continues to spread.

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Senate Democrat introduces bill to protect food supplySen. Debbie StabenowDeborah. Ann StabenowThe 10 Senate seats most likely to flip Bipartisan senators introduce bill to make changes to the Paycheck Protection Program Democrats press USDA on worker safety at meat processing plants MORE , the top Democrat on the Agriculture Committee, introduced a bill on Wednesday to protect the food supply that...

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Disney World plans to reopen in JulyDisney World is slated begin reopening in July, with theme parks around the U.S. seeking to welcome back visitors as states begin to lift coronavirus restrictions.

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The Hill's 12:30 ReportThe Hill's 12:30 Report: Breaking - D.C. stay-at-home order lifts Friday - Disney announces phased reopening for July 11, 15 - Trump, Pence travel to Cape Canaveral - SpaceX launch at 4:33 p.m.

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Arlington Restaurants and Bars Will Be Able to Add Emergency Outdoor SeatingThe Northern Virginia county is accepting applications to expedite the process.

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DC Restaurants and Bars Can Open Outdoor Seating on FridayNo more than six people can be seated together, and all tables must be at least six feet apart.

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MPD makes Indecent Exposure Arrest in the 1300 block of Massachusetts Avenue, NWThomas Circle From MPD: "I've noticed previous posts expressing alarm at suspects who have committed the crime of Indecent Exposure."

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Cheney says Trump should stop tweeting Scarborough conspiracyHouse Republican Conference Chairwoman Liz CheneyElizabeth. Lynn CheneyThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Major space launch today; Trump feuds with Twitter House Republicans to file lawsuit to halt proxy voting House GOP to launch China probes beyond COVID-19 MORE said Wednesday that President TrumpDonald John TrumpJustice says...

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Richmond inches toward opening its streetsTwo months after cities across the globe began making more space for people to safely walk and bike, could Richmond finally be on the verge of piloting its own slow streets program?

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D.C. Restaurants Can Begin Seating Customers Outside This WeekThe city will enter the first phase of reopening on Friday, May 29.

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'Stay-At-Home Lite': After Two-Month Shutdown, D.C. Will Start Gradual Reopening On FridayThe door is opening gradually, but it's opening nonetheless. After two months of being shut down, 8,300 COVID-19 cases and 440 deaths, D.C. will start a.

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DC Will Begin Reopening This FridayResidents will still be required to wear face masks and social distance.

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Some Restaurants, Bars, and Clubs Can Seat Diners Outside Starting FridayMayor Muriel Bowser extends phase one of reopening to bars and clubs who are licensed to serve food, going against ReOpen DC's original recommendation.

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Real Estate Fresh Finds: May 27Real Estate Fresh Finds is a weekly selection of newly-listed properties in the District, brought to you by Real Living At Home.

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Romney condemns Trump for Scarborough staffer tweets: 'Enough already'The death of a former staffer for Joe Scarborough has been dragged back into the spotlight in recent weeks by the president.

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Washington, D.C. to begin reopening Friday: mayorWashington, D.C. is set to begin its first phase of reopening on Friday after experiencing a "sustained decline" in cases of the novel coronavirus over 14 days, the U.S. capital's mayor said on Wednesday.

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It's Official: "On Friday, May 29, 2020, the District's Stay-at-Home Order will be lifted."From Mayor Bowser: "I want to clarify: the virus is still around us. The public health emergency will continue and gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited despite lifting the stay-at-home order this Friday." "Effective Friday: nonessential retail businesses can operate with cu"

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The Pandemic Forced A Rapid Shift To Telemedicine. But Not All Local Patients Find It ConvenientThere are undeniable benefits to remote health care for some patients. But not everyone has the same kind of access.

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DC to Enter Phase I Reopening FridayThe Stay-at-Home Order will be lifted as of Friday, May 29, Mayor Muriel Bowser said Wednesday, May 27.

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Tyber Creek reopens today with a new market menu in BloomingdaleWe will be open Wednesday - Sunday featuring wine, snacks, sandwiches, a small grocery assortment and some Tyber favorites for reheating at home.

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How 1920s-era zoning laws separated people from what they love about citiesA video by the Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University shares some history of how zoning laws caused decades of construction that separated people from the things they tend to love about city living, such as easy access to shops, restaurants, entertainment venues, and random encounters with diverse people.

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12 Underknown Songs From the Region That Birthed EmoThe punk scene in Washington, D.C., figured out what happened after hardcore. What happened after that was out of its hands.

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FISA renewal in jeopardy amid resistance from Republicans and progressivesPresident Trump on Tuesday night also urged Republicans not to support it.

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DDOT to Resume Paving in Residential Neighborhoods TodayPhoto by Jim Havard Can street sweeping be far behind? From DDOT: "The District Department of Transportation announced that paving of local roadways will resume across all eight wards on May 27, weather permitting."

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Baltimore mayoral candidates weigh in on transportation issuesWhile there are still over 20 candidates vying for the nomination, six candidates stand out.

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Washingtonians Are Making Poignant Art About QuarantineWe asked Washingtonian readers to send us quarantine art. You sent us Tiger King embroidery, political graphics, and Post-It calligraphy.

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Washingtonian's Covid Video ContestWashingtonian is sponsoring a video contest for readers: Submit short movies about your life during the lockdown.

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Agua 301 plans to open its patio in Navy Yard on Friday at 3 pm.301 Water Street, SE photo courtesy: Agua 301 From Agua 301: "As part of the Phase One reopening, Agua 301 will begin service on its patio overlooking the Anacostia River in The Yards next to Nats Park."

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Lawmakers Say Trump's July 4 'Salute To America' Event Should Be CanceledAn Independence Day event on the National Mall could violate the D.C. government's reopening guidelines.

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John Wall Starts Rent Relief Initiative for Ward 8 Residents"This is why I wanted to do this, to try and take that burden off your back."

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Mix a Cocktail to Win with Emilie's and The LockwoodOne thing I think many of us seem to agree on is how much easier quarantine is with a cocktail in hand.

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Yellow Cafe Is Opening for Middle Eastern Flavored Pastries in Navy YardChef Michael Rafididi opens a cafe and bakery inside Albi that sells za'atar labneh croissants and soft shell crab pita sandwiches.

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May 26 Coronavirus Data PostedExplore map here Ed. Note: Yesterday there were 8,334 total positives. From the Mayor's Office: "The District's reported data for Tuesday, May 26, 2020 includes 72 new positive coronavirus cases, bringing the District's overall positive case total to 8,406."

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Granville Moores Shifts Gears to Italian ComfortMussels to pasta? Shellfish probably don't travel very well, especially in warm weather and during a pandemic.

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Lawmakers urge Trump to cancel DC's July 4 event: 'Impossible to put on safely'A group of lawmakers representing the National Capital Region is calling for the Trump administration to drop plans to hold a second "Salute to America" Fourth of July celebration in Washington, D.C.

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NBA: Wizards' Wall launches rent relief program in DC's Ward 8The Washington Wizards star is looking to serve the community during a great time of need,.

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A Modern Show-Stopping OpportunityMeticulously renovated and converted in 2017, this stunning Federal was built circa 1900 in the heart of Shaw.

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This Friday: Chat With Food Critic Ann LimpertChat with Ann about takeout, recipes, restaurant closures, and more.

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Colada Shop Still Rising in SW at The Wharf750 Maine Street, SW Thanks to Rob for sending: "Active construction 750 Maine St SW on the new Colada shop" STAY TUNED.

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Washington, DC Set To Begin A Gradual Reopening On FridayMayor Muriel Bowser says the nation's capital will begin a gradual reopening Friday, even as she warns that it probably will result in more coronavirus infections.

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A beautiful morningPhoto by Anne Kelley Thanks to Anne for sending a beautiful shot of today's sunrise.

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Breakfast links: Amtrak is seeking another $1.5 billion from the federal government to stay on trackAmtrak needs more aid to survive. Northern Virginia is opening up with masks on. Today could be the day DC announces reopening.

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D.C. Firefighters Responded To A Two-Alarm Fire At Metro HeadquartersNo injuries were reported, and investigators are currently searching for a cause.

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The Quarantine Questionnaire: Holley Simmons of She Loves Me and The Lemon CollectiveThe lifestyle guru and DC florist talks about talking to her plants and 16 more ways she's passing the time.

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Positively Chaotic on 4th Street Last Night4th and K Street, NW Kate sends around 12:45am: "first the race of cars up New York Ave and now gunshots and tons of cars outside on 4th and K" Alyssa reports: "Around 12:36am, we heard 6-7 gun shots sounded like it came from 4th and K St NW."

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Morning Roundup: A D.C. Drummer Makes National Debut On 'America's Got Talent'Plus, a mail-in voting debacle in Maryland, how to-go alcohol sales is keeping some restaurant doors open, and more news.

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Five Things for Today: May 27, 2020J.K. Rowling just started publishing a new fairytale, The Ickabog, and it's available for free online in weekly installments.

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Attend Virtual Meeting on 1333 M Street PUDOn Thursday, May 28, at 7:00 PM Felice Development Group will host a public virtual meeting to present their 900-unit Planned Unit Development project to the community.

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Gunman opens fire at Cuban embassy in Washington DCPolice say alleged gunman had arrived at embassy in SUV with Texas licence plates and American flag on roof of vehicle.

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Huge Fire Fire on the top floor of Metro headquarters across from the Capitol One Arena, DCFD Extinguished Fire and No Injuries ReportedPhoto by James McNellis James reports to us at 6:30am: "It appears that wmata headquarters is on fire." DCFD reported at 6:25am: "Working Fire 600 5th St NW."

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Fire Breaks Out at Metro Headquarters in DC: FirefightersFirefighters are battling a blaze at the Metro headquarters building in Northwest Washington, D.C., Wednesday morning, D.C. Fire and EMS says.

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Va. Sees Increase Of 1,600 COVID-19 Cases In 24 HoursVirginia saw an increase of 1,615 COVID-19 cases over the past 24 hours, the Virginia Department of Health reported Tuesday; there are 39,342 confirmed and probable cases across the state, up from 37,727 cases reported Monday.

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Portsmouth, Norfolk Move Forward On Casino ProjectsOn Tuesday, the Portsmouth City Council approved Rush Street Gaming's casino proposal and the Norfolk City Council selected the Pamunkey Indian Tribe as its preferred casino operator, as the two Hampton Roads projects move toward a November referendum vote on the cities' ballots.

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States Where People Need Loans the Most Due to the Coronavirus PandemicWith nearly 39 million Americans becoming jobless during the coronavirus pandemic and 44 percent of Americans expecting to go into more debt because of the crisis, WalletHub today released updated rankings for the States Where People Need Loans the Most Due to Coronavirus, as well as accompanying videos.

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Are Elite Business Schools Bilking International Students?Unable to enter the U.S., foreign admits are asking MBA programs to let them defer.

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Washington, D.C. to begin reopening Friday: mayorI'm white. My sons are black. The Central Park incident confirmed that my kids won't be safe anywhere.

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How Mask Protestors Distort the True Meaning of FreedomLiberty divorced from our obligations to each other is nothing more than selfishness.

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Officials warn Trump's 4th of July party would ‘needlessly risk' lives'The administration, including your agencies, should be focusing on helping American families, not on a vanity project for the president'

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Washington, DC, to lift stay-at-home order on FridayWashington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Wednesday that the city will lift its stay-at-home order on Friday and enter phase one of reopening.

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Marco Rubio zeroes in on Russia — not ObamaThe new Senate Intelligence Committee chairman has no interest in fighting Trump's election-year battles.

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Phase One Reopening for DC RestaurantsWashington DC is entering the reopening phase of its restaurants. On Friday, May 29, DC some restaurants will open their patios.

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In Washington DC, COVID-19 Hits African Americans HardThe virus' disproportionate impact on the District of Columbia's black community reflects a broader pattern across the United States.

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Young HarrietIn 2017, a photograph of Harriet Tubman surfaced that had been lost to history for more than a century.

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Kevin McCarthy asks Dems to pull FISA billThe measure, which would renew expired surveillance tools, is facing last-minute opposition from President Trump.

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Washington, DC Identifies Decedent as Christopher Beckwith, Jr., Offers AwardDetectives from the Metropolitan Police Department's Homicide Branch are investigating a homicide that occurred on Monday, May 25, 2020, in the 1400 block of Fairmont Street, Northwest....

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Private Equity Firm Ares Management LLC Charged With Compliance FailuresWashington DC. The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Ares Management LLC, a Los Angeles-based private equity firm and registered investment adviser, has agreed to pay one million dollars to settle charges that it failed to implement and enforce policies and procedures reasonably designed to prevent the misuse of material...

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Grassley says White House 'failed' on watchdog firingsThe White House said Trump "acted within his constitutional and statutory authority" when he fired Michael Atkinson and Steve Linick.

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'The Report'As emotions rise in the US following the 9/11 attacks, the war on terror produces CIA procedures of considerable concern.

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Department of Justice Awards Leidos Follow-On Managed IT Service ContractLeidos , a FORTUNE 500 science and technology leader, was awarded the Enterprise Standard Architecture V task order to provide managed IT services for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives within the Department of Justice.

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The Coalition for the Advancement of Research and Innovation in Trauma Announces Launch and Founding MemberCARIT seeks to establish the coordination and funding necessary to enable innovation in trauma treatment, to harness scientific concepts and discoveries from multidisciplinary scientific fields and ensure that these innovations are brought to bear for trauma, emergency, and pre-hospital care.

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Coronavirus brings reflection. Can it help us understand the Post Truth Era?From the New York Times, 24 May, 2020, copywrite article.. In this excerpt from the article we see what Americans' aspiration had been turned to in the eighties, the time of the global neo-liberal coup.

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D.C. Mayor: No Coronavirus Deaths in Last 24 Hours for First Time Since MarchReported by EDWIN MORA - 26 May 2020 URL of the originating web / SAUL LOEB/AFP Washington, DC, Mayor Muriel Bowser confirmed Tuesday there were no Chinese coronavirus-related deaths reported in the nation's capital over the last 24 hours, marking the first day without fatalities since the numbers began to accumulate in late March.

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Trump accuses Twitter of 'stifling' free speech after fact-checkPresident Trump on Tuesday evening accused Twitter of "stifling FREE SPEECH" and interfering in the 2020 election by fact-checking one of his tweets on the issue of voting by mail.

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Trump urges GOP to vote against bill reauthorizing surveillance powersPresident TrumpDonald John TrumpMulvaney: 'We've overreacted a little bit' to coronavirus Former CBS News president: Most major cable news outlets 'unrelentingly liberal' in 'fear and loathing' of Trump An old man like me should be made more vulnerable to death by COVID-19 MORE on Tuesday evening urged House Republicans to vote against a...

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HHS watchdog says actions should be free from political interferenceThe Department of Health and Human Services' top watchdog on Tuesday defended her agency's work, saying it needs to be conducted free from political interference.

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The Latest: Pac-12 allowing in-person workouts on June 15The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: ___ Formula One carmaker McLaren says 1,200 jobs will be lost across its entire group's operations because of the...

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Trump's convention demand comes amid Charlotte virus surgeCHARLOTTE, N.C. — President Donald Trump's demand for a full-capacity Republican convention in August is putting pressure on North Carolina health officials — and local Republicans — as...

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Trump campaign accuses Twitter of 'political bias' after it fact-checks president's tweetsPresident Trump's reelection campaign accused Twitter of "political bias" after it added fact checks to two of his tweets regarding mail-in voting in California.

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US closes probes into 3 senators over their stock tradesWASHINGTON — The Justice Department has closed investigations into stock trading by Sens. Dianne Feinstein of California, Kelly Loeffler of Georgia and Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma...

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Feds: West Virginia mail carrier altered ballot requestsCHARLESTON, W.Va. — A West Virginia postal carrier has been charged with attempted election fraud after eight mail-in requests for absentee voter ballots had their party affiliations altered...

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In an early US coronavirus hot spot, business slowly reopensNEW YORK — The trading floor of the New York Stock exchange reopened Tuesday for the first time in two months and the state legislature was set to reconvene as the state relaxed more restrictions...

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Illinois police arrest man accused of grabbing female reporter, yelling obscenities on airPolice in Illinois said they arrested a man over the weekend after he was seen grabbing a female reporter during a live broadcast and yelling obscene remarks on the air, local media report.

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Biden changes Twitter, Facebook avatars to him wearing maskFormer Vice President Joe Biden changed his Twitter and Facebook avatars to a picture of him wearing a mask as his campaign seeks to contrast his cautious approach to the coronavirus with President Trump's more lax attitude toward using a personal.

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Kentucky governor condemns protesters who hanged his effigy: 'I will not be bullied'Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear on Tuesday spoke out after a group of protesters rallying to celebrate the Second Amendment and oppose coronavirus restrictions hung an effigy of the state leader outside the capitol.

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Trump insists family of Scarborough staffer wants to 'get to the bottom' of her deathPresident TrumpDonald John TrumpMulvaney: 'We've overreacted a little bit' to coronavirus Former CBS News president: Most major cable news outlets 'unrelentingly liberal' in 'fear and loathing' of Trump An old man like me should be made more vulnerable to death by COVID-19 MORE on Tuesday dismissed a letter written by the widower of an aide to...

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Republicans to target 115 Democratic state House districtsRepublicans announced Tuesday they will target 115 state House districts that are currently held by Democrats but that President TrumpDonald John TrumpMulvaney: 'We've overreacted a little bit' to coronavirus Former CBS News president: Most major cable news outlets 'unrelentingly liberal' in 'fear and loathing' of Trump An old man like me should...

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Trump, Biden signal how ugly the campaign will beThe 2020 general election campaign has already become a slugfest—and it's only just beginning. President Trump on Tuesday shared a video on social media showing his opponent Joe Biden's campaign logo on a coffin.

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D.C.-area lawmakers warn White House against July 4th celebration amid pandemicThe nation's capital and surrounding areas have been among the hardest hit by the pandemic and are still largely under stay-at-home orders.

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Lawrence Martin Watchdogs Washington, DC. What Would You Ask Him?Send your question for the next Salt Spring Forum video interview in partnership with The Tyee.

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Packed crowds spark pandemic alarms as states reopen"I am concerned that there are people who think this is the all clear, and I think what we really need to be doing is defining a new normal," President TrumpDonald John TrumpMulvaney: 'We've overreacted a little bit' to coronavirus Former CBS News president: Most major cable news outlets 'unrelentingly liberal' in 'fear and loathing' of Trump An...

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Justice Department investigating meat price increases: reportThe Departments of Justice is investigating the meatpacking industry over allegations that it is manipulating prices, leading to increases in beef prices during the coronavirus pandemic, Politico reported.

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Trump calls it 'unusual' that Biden wore mask to Memorial Day eventPresident TrumpDonald John TrumpMulvaney: 'We've overreacted a little bit' to coronavirus Former CBS News president: Most major cable news outlets 'unrelentingly liberal' in 'fear and loathing' of Trump An old man like me should be made more vulnerable to death by COVID-19 MORE on Tuesday said he found it "unusual" that presumptive Democratic...

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CNN's Toobin torches Twitter on not taking down Trump tweets on Scarborough intern: 'totally indefensible'CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin on Tuesday ripped Twitter over its decision to not take down tweets from President TrumpDonald John TrumpMulvaney: 'We've overreacted a little bit' to coronavirus Former CBS News president: Most major cable news outlets 'unrelentingly liberal' in 'fear and loathing' of Trump An old man like me should be made more...

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Biden accuses Trump of 'stoking death,' being 'falsely masculine'Former Vice President Joe Biden slammed President Trump in an interview on Tuesday, accusing him of stoking coronavirus deaths in the U.S. through not setting a good example for the public.

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House Republicans to file lawsuit to halt proxy votingHouse Republicans are preparing to file a lawsuit against Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiBottom line This week: Surveillance fight sets early test for House's proxy voting Women suffering steeper job losses in COVID-19 economy MORE in an attempt to thwart the use of proxy voting, GOP staffers familiar with the legal action confirmed on Tuesday.

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DC Holds Its Breath on Potential Friday ReopeningAfter a stumble in Washington D.C.'s coronavirus numbers this weekend, Mayor Muriel E. Bowser said yesterday that things were "back on track" and she would make a final decision later this week on whether to keep a proposed May 29 reopening date.

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Trump: North Carolina governor must decide 'within a week' about GOP conventionPresident Trump on Tuesday said the governor of North Carolina must decide within a week whether the GOP can host its full convention in Charlotte as top Republican officials threaten to seek an alternative site otherwise.

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D.C. area nonprofit donates thousands of vegetables and flowering plants to area hospitalsMelwood, a nonprofit that provides job opportunities to people with differing abilities, is donating thousands of vegetables and flowering plants to Washington D.C. area hospitals, food pantries, group homes and nursing homes.

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GOP governors jockey to elbow out North Carolina as convention hostRepublican governors are preemptively pitching their states as potential host sites for the Republican National Convention after President TrumpDonald John TrumpMulvaney: 'We've overreacted a little bit' to coronavirus Former CBS News president: Most major cable news outlets 'unrelentingly liberal' in 'fear and loathing' of Trump An old man like...

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REVISED: Washington, DC: RFQ Contract Digital Archivist, National Museum of the American IndianPlease read the answers to commonly asked questions about this posting below.

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DOJ drops investigations into Loeffler, Feinstein stock tradesThe senators had made stock transactions during the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Dozens of Democrats plan to vote remotely in a first for the HouseDozens of House Democrats are planning to vote remotely this week for the first time in the chamber's history amid concerns about the health risks involved with traveling to Washington.

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Arlington Restaurants Expand Outdoor Seating as Northern Virginia ReopensThe county will start taking Temporary Outdoor Seating Applications as Northern Virginia moves towards reopening on Friday.

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14 Options for Takeout and Delivery Sushi Around D.C.Many of the region's top spots for sushi remain open for takeout and delivery, including those featured on this list of essentials.

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Justice Department closing stock investigations into Loeffler, Inhofe, FeinsteinThe Justice Department is closing investigations into the recent stock sales involving Sens. Kelly Loeffler , Jim Inhofe and Dianne Feinstein that were made earlier this year in the lead-up to, or the start of, the coronavirus pandemic.

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Navy Announces New Flag Officer AssignmentsARLINGTON, Va. — The secretary of the Navy and chief of naval operations announced the following assignments in a May 22 release: Rear Adm.

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North Carolina requests 'written plan' from GOP on coronavirus safety for conventionNorth Carolina's top health official requested that the Republican National Convention provide a "written plan" on safety regulations it intends to enact at its confab scheduled for August in Charlotte.

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Texas reopening water parks, mall food courts with restrictionsTexas Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday announced that the state's water parks, drivers education programs and food courts will be allowed to reopen at reduced capacity this week.

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Northam: Northern Virginia Will Move To Phase One On Friday As Masks Become Mandatory Statewide"This is not about punishing people, it's not about certainly putting people in jail, and charging them large fines," Northam said.

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Business groups throw support behind House Democrat's bill to provide pandemic risk insuranceBusiness groups are backing the Pandemic Risk Insurance Act, which would create a program to compensate businesses for losses due to pandemics.

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Whitmer addresses husband's boat request, calls it 'a failed attempt at humor'Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Tuesday addressed her husband's controversial request that his boat be placed in the water in northern Michigan before Memorial Day weekend, during the coronavirus pandemic, calling it "a failed attempt at humor."

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50K reward offered after five paintball attacks on U.S. mail carriersA news release on the U.S. Postal Inspection Service 's website says: "The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect who assaulted multiple USPS Letter Carriers with a paintball gun in and around Washington, D.C. on May 23rd, 2020."

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Brzezinski: White House press secretary 'is lying' in her defense of Trump's Scarborough tweets"Morning Joe" co-host Mika Brzezinski blasted Trump press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Tuesday, accusing her of "lying" from behind the White House podium while defending the president for sharing conspiracy theories about her co-host&n.

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WABA 2020 Ward Council Questionnaires and Forum RecordingsWABA is 5033 nonpartisan and non-political organization. The following information provided as a public service to educate voters about political candidates' positions on transportation issues.

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McEnany defends Trump for promoting conspiracy theory about death of Scarborough aideWhite House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Tuesday defended President Trump for promoting a conspiracy theory about the 2001 death of a woman who worked for then-Rep.

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Four Minneapolis officers involved in death of unarmed black man firedFour Minneapolis police officers were fired on Tuesday after video emerged showing an officer pinning his knee against the neck of an unarmed black man who died following the arrest.

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Meanwhile Outside McLean Gardens EarlierWisconsin and Quebec St, NW Adam reports around 1:15pm: "Gold BMW gets hit - crosses traffic and rolls into grass."

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DC Federal Court Could Resume Grand Juries in June, Nontrial Proceedings in Mid-JulyTuesday's order would allow nontrial proceedings in Washington D.C. to start one day before a scheduled hearing in the criminal case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

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Think you know Metro? It's whichWMATA week 164It's time for the 164th installment of our bi-weekly "whichWMATA" series!

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D.C.'s Clinics, Essential In A Pandemic, Have Taken A Financial HitAs patient visits have declined, so have the revenues of community health centers that serve low-income and uninsured patients.

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"The Return of the Dinner Theater? "Photo by Joseph F "Dear PoPville, The man friend and I got to talking about what a post-covid world would look like as DC slowly reopens."

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Wine Bar Maxwell Park Adds a Grab-and-Go Menu With Help From a Hummus ExpertAlbi owner Michael Rafidi is behind the dips, sandwiches, and sweets.

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This Virginia Resident Paid Respects To 60 Fallen Veterans For Loved Ones Who Couldn't Visit Arlington National CemeteryEmily Domenech spent Memorial Day paying respects to 60 fallen loved ones of people who couldn't visit Arlington National Cemetery because of coronavirus restrictions.

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Food columnist Alison Roman out at the NY Times after controversial remarks on Teigen, KondoNew York Times food columnist Alison Roman has parted ways with the publication after making controversial comments in a recent interview about TV personalities Chrissy Teigen and Marie Kondo.

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