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President Trump: ‘I Never Worked For Russia’
Trump denies working for Russia amid reports that the FBI began a collusion investigation in 2017.
Storm Punishes Swath Of U.S. With Snow, Ice And Freezing Rain
By late Sunday afternoon, the Washington, D.C. metro area, northern Virginia and parts of Maryland had total snowfall accumulations ranging from five to eight inches (12-20 centimeters).
Black-Owned Businesses Carve Out Space In An Increasingly Gentrified D.C.
A bar and a beauty co-op cater to black customers in the predominantly white Dupont Circle neighborhood.
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Opus Dei Paid Almost $1 Million To Settle Sexual Misconduct Suit Against Popular Priest
A woman alleged the Rev. C. John McCloskey groped her repeatedly during Washington counseling sessions.
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Race Is On To Make Sports Gambling Legal Across America
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Americans illegally wager $150 billion a year. Twenty states are poised to approve sports betting in 2019.
Barack Obama Dons Santa Hat To Surprise Hospitalized Kids With Gifts
"Obama Claus" surprised patients and staff at Children’s National hospital.
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D.C. Just Passed A Historic Bill Mandating 100 Percent Renewable Power By 2032
Alexander C. Kaufman
The unanimously approved legislation puts the nation's capital at the vanguard of climate policy -- even as the federal government is going in reverse.
DC Wine Bar's 'Unfair Competition' Suit Against Trump Is Dismissed
Cork Wine Bar had accused the president of reaping illegal benefits from Trump International Hotel.
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These Twitter Users Aren't Fans Of Melania Trump’s Christmas Decoration Choices
People on Twitter can’t stop joking after Melania Trump showed off her Christmas decorations.
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D.C.'s Neo-Nazi Brothers Were Hiding In Plain Sight
Ryan J. Reilly
A neighbor in Washington’s Bloomingdale neighborhood warned a cop about extremists Jeffrey and Edward Clark. It wasn’t enough.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Slams Fox News For Laughing At Her D.C. Rent Problem
The representative-elect criticized Fox panelists for mocking working-class people ― and for mispronouncing her name.
Hotline Calls Surge After Dr. Blasey Ford Testimony
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s surged the number of calls to the National Sexual Assault Hotline by 201 percent above average.
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D.C.'s Universal Pre-K Program Is Keeping More Women In The Workforce
Low-income parents, in particular, are much more likely to be working or looking for work due to the free program, a new study finds.
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Trump Will Get To Keep His DC Liquor License After All
The $100 vodka-oyster-caviar martini lives to see another day.
More 'Bad Character' Examples Added To Trump's DC Liquor License Challenge
The president needs to be "of good character" if he wants to hold on to his liquor license for Trump International Hotel.
Mick Mulvaney Suggests Military Parade Canceled For Reasons Besides Money
The White House budget director hinted that Trump's rocky relationship with Washington city officials played a role.
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Trump Blasts D.C. Politicians Over Postponed Military Parade
A military parade has long been a desire of Trump – now he says he'll attend an Armistice Day parade in Paris instead.
Massive K2 Drug Overdose In New Haven
At least 70 people have overdosed in a park in New Haven, Conn., after consuming synthetic marijuana known as K2, authorities say. But what exactly is K2 and why is it dangerous?
DC Gives Neo-Nazis The Red Carpet
Racist “Unite The Right” demonstrators in Washington, D.C. were vastly outnumbered by counterprotesters. But they still got the red carpet treatment from law enforcement.
D.C. Transit Scraps Idea For Separate Train For 'Unite The Right' Marchers
Union workers vowed not to support "hate group" accommodation for those attending the upcoming rally.
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2 High-Ranking Catholic Clerics Resign Over Abuse-Related Allegations
By Nicole Winfield, Associated Press
Pope Francis has accepted the resignations of Australia's Archbishop Philip Wilson and the U.S.'s Cardinal Theodore McCarrick.
Donald Trump's DC Hotel Liquor License Challenged Over His 'Character'
The complaint cites "nonstop lies," fraud and treatment of minorities and women as proof that the president doesn't have the good character required by law.
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Starbucks To Open Deaf-Friendly Store Where All Baristas Know American Sign Language
The coffee giant is aiming to hire deaf and hard-of-hearing people to work at the new location.
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Susan Sarandon Arrested Protesting Trump's Immigration Policy
The actress has been a controversial figure since she suggested Hillary Clinton was more dangerous than Donald Trump.
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D.C. Just Voted To End The Tipped Minimum Wage, But The Battle Isn't Over
After a bitter fight, the city council could tweak or kill the measure that passed.
Senate Cafeteria Worker Serves Lunch To The Very People Who Want Her Deported
Maria Fuentes, who has a temporary protected status visa, serves and cleans up after the men and women who want to see her thrown out of the country.
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