D.C., Md. & Va.
D.C., Md. & Va.
One person dead after tractor-trailer crash in N. Va.
Crash happened along a ramp at I-66 west and Fairfax County Parkway, officials said.washingtonpost.com
Construction worker killed at Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum
The Smithsonian says the worker fell from a hoist; the museum has been closed during the renovation project.washingtonpost.com
Family of man slain by Prince George’s police officer reaches $20 million settlement
The settlement in the fatal shooting of William Green is one of the nation’s largest involving a death at the hands of an on-duty officer, the family’s lawyers say.washingtonpost.com
Woman dies in crash after striking tree in Maryland
The crash happened along Central Avenue in Landover area.washingtonpost.com
D.C. and Maryland have new policies allowing prisoners to vote. Making it happen is hard.
After expanding prisoner voting rights, D.C. and Maryland are finding it's not easy to get ballots to those who are incarcerated.washingtonpost.com
Coronavirus cases are likely to rebound in the Washington region, officials and experts say
Cooler weather and “covid fatigue” frustrate hopes that the disease might be mostly contained by now.washingtonpost.com
Third U.S. judge bars Postal Service delivery cuts before November presidential election
Postal Service has issued new operating instructions to prioritize election mail, Justice Department sayswashingtonpost.com
Meron Benvenisti, Israeli commentator who championed a binational state, dies at 86
He was a historian, social scientist and columnist for the newspaper Haaretz.washingtonpost.com
PM Update: Muggy with areas of fog tonight. Warm and humid with brighter skies for Monday.
We've got another warm, humid summer-like night ahead of us.washingtonpost.com
A jury sentenced him to 74 years in prison. Some now say it wasn’t their choice.
A former Army major who shot and wounded two sheriff’s deputies is arguing for a chance at release.washingtonpost.com
These natural sounds bring peace and relaxation to those who hear them
A few favorites: The rustling of leaves, the song of the wood thrush, the burble of a stream.washingtonpost.com
Mark Rosenker, transportation safety expert who served George W. Bush, dies at 73
He worked in the White House and chaired the National Transportation Safety Board under Bush.washingtonpost.com
Man takes police cruiser, leads officers on Montgomery chase, police say
Man was taken for physical, psychological evaluation, police say.washingtonpost.com
It was gray in D.C. on Saturday, and it did rain, but thousands stayed dry
Peaceful coexistence was demonstrated between weather and human activity.washingtonpost.com
Prayer march draws thousands to the Mall seeking healing for the nation
Many of the Christians assembled said they came because they see a country in crisis.washingtonpost.com
Already facing its worst crisis since 9/11, airline industry set to cut more than 35,000 jobs this week
The furloughs are set to begin Oct. 1, when legal protections run out. Tens of thousands more workers have seen hours cut or taken unpaid leave as the coronavirus has shrunk demand for air travel.washingtonpost.com
Loudoun County Public Schools apologizes for history of segregation
Apology comes one year after report revealed “hostile learning environment” for students of color.washingtonpost.com
Utility futility: Answer Man explores the wild world of utility pole numbers
A pole can last decades and be used by many utilities. That’s why there’s no easy system.washingtonpost.com
Local Digest: Mystics’ arena will be voting supercenter
A roundup of news from the Washington region.washingtonpost.com
Lillian Brown, makeup artist and image consultant for nine presidents, dies at 106
A public relations and speech expert, she helped newsmakers put their best face forward.washingtonpost.com