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  1. Driver in fatal D.C. crash was racing another vehicle, court papers sayRead the original story

    Monday Jul 27 | The Washington Post

    A man charged in a fatal crash last week was racing another vehicle at speeds up to 100 mph on 16th Street in Northwest Washington when he lost control, jumped a median and landed on top of a car headed in the opposite direction, according to court papers. The driver, Rasheed Murray, 28, has been charged with second-degree murder in the July 19 crash that killed Matthew J. Roth, 24. At the time of the crash, Roth was headed home to Arlington after a gathering with friends in Silver Spring, his family said.

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  2. Washington forgets the art of friendshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | The Washington Post

    Former Senate majority leader Bob Dole speaks at a press conference marking the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act at the U.S. Capitol on July 27, 2015. Bob Dole, now 92 and in a wheelchair, made a rare return visit to Congress on Monday to celebrate this week's 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act - the sort of big bipartisan triumph of yore that now seems unimaginable.

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  3. In the a reverse Peace Corps,a future leaders from abroad hone their skillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | The Washington Post

    Atlas Service Corps fellow Monica Aznar Diaz, left, with Miriam's Kitchen senior art therapist Brittney Washington. Atlas Corps, founded in 2006, is known as the "reverse Peace Corps," bringing talented young leaders from abroad to work at U.S. nonprofits for a year.

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  4. Blaming failure of a rotten deal on Israel?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | The Washington Post

    As we learn more about the Iran deal - the side agreements, the lifting of the arms and missile embargoes, the loophole-ridden inspections regime - the more apparent it is that only people so enamored of their own work, so gullible to embrace the Iranians' soothing words and so desperate for glory could have negotiated this deal. Rather than acknowledge the criticisms on the merits, the administration sinks lower and lower, casting aspersions on critics.

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  5. Eleanor Roosevelta s Naji Marshall turns corner during impressive offseasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | The Washington Post

    Throughout this past winter, when he was only going through his first season on the Eleanor Roosevelt varsity boys' basketball team, guard Naji Marshall would show flashes of potential. He scored a season-high 20 points and hit a game-winning shot against Wise and its pair of talented sophomores, Michael Speight and Darron Barnes in January.

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  6. What's behind low test scores in one high-priced neighborhood?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | The Washington Post

    Generally, housing prices in the District correlate with neighborhood school test scores . But Garrison Elementary in Logan Circle is a striking exception: it's a school with math and reading proficiency rates in the mid-20s in an area where the median sale price for a three-bedroom home last year was more than $1 million.

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  7. Washington-area obituaries of noteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | The Washington Post

    Maxwell S. Charleston, 92, who retired from the Coast Guard in 1977 at the rank of captain and then spent 11 years with the military contractor Tracor in Rockville, Md., as director of fiscal planning and control, died July 12 at a hospital in Bethesda, Md. The cause was heart disease, said a daughter, Roxanne Freedman.

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  8. Crime over weekend in District includes shootings, other mayhemRead the original story

    Monday Jul 27 | The Washington Post

    D.C. police recorded one homicide since Friday night - a 23-year-old man fatally shot in Southeast. But authorities were busy throughout the District with a variety of other calls that unnerved residents.

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  9. Some prostitutes still work the old-school way. D.C. police have noticed.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | The Washington Post

    A man from a Chicago suburb invited a woman he met on K Street, who called herself "Kay D," to his downtown Washington hotel room and agreed to pay $100 for sex. Another man, from Leesburg, offered a woman $100, telling her he wanted the "pleasure of your company."

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  10. Man killed, another injured on D.C.'s Southwest-Southeast FreewayRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 26 | The Washington Post

    One man was killed and another was injured in a single-car accident on the Southwest-Southeast Freeway early Sunday, D.C. police said. Few details were available, and police could not say Sunday morning whether the person killed was the driver or the passenger.

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  11. What's life like on Kepler 452b? A little like this, maybe?Read the original story

    Sunday Jul 26 | The Washington Post

    I awoke from my cryopod with the tingling elbows and knees that I'd been told to expect as a consequence of extended hypertravel. I eased my bare feet onto the floor and did a couple of quick jumping jacks to get my blood flowing.

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  12. A mother's 29-year quest for justiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | The Washington Post

    Veronica DeNegri waited almost three decades for the news she received last week at her Washington-area home: Officials in Chile were preparing to arrest the men who allegedly burned her son to death during a protest march in Santiago in 1986. Within hours, she was headed back to her native country, arriving a day before seven former members of the Chilean military were taken into custody and charged in connection with her son's murder.

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  13. How employee benefits at D.C.-area companies are changing, in two chartsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | The Washington Post

    Companies in the Washington area are allocating smaller portions of their budgets toward employee benefits and are more likely to sponsor less-expensive perks such as wellness programs, tuition reimbursement and maternity leave, according to new research. A survey of 160 local companies by the Human Resources Association of the National Capital Area found that local companies plan to spend just 26.3 percent of their payroll budget on employee benefits in 2015, the lowest portion since the organization began conducting the survey in 2006.

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  14. Traffic, transit tips for the weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | The Washington Post

    Midsummer weekends won't get much better than the warm, relatively dry one forecast by the Capital Weather Gang . The Metrorail disruptions are relatively light - all the stations are open - but you will need to watch the wide gaps between trains on the Blue, Orange and Silver lines.

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  15. Two Prince George's County crash victims died on ThursdayRead the original story

    Friday Jul 24 | The Washington Post

    One was a pedestrian, hit while crossing Suitland Road at Arnold Road last Friday at about 4:30 p.m. Timothy Devine, 52, of Alexandria died six days later of his injuries. The other was a motorcyclist who went off the road on Thursday night and was thrown from his motorcycle.

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  16. Judge orders psychological exam in fatal July 4 Metro stabbingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | The Washington Post

    Suspect Jasper Spires, the NOMA/Gallaudet Metro station and Kevin Sutherland, who was stabbed and killed on the Metro on July 4. Reuters, Evy Mages/For The Washington Post, Photo courtesy of Matt Grossman) A D.C. Superior Court judge ordered Friday a psychological examination for the 18-year-old District man charged with the July 4th fatal stabbing of a Metro passenger, and that the man should remain detained until trial. Authorities say Jasper Spires repeatedly stabbed Kevin Sutherland, 24, of Northeast Washington during a robbery on the Red Line.

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  17. Rubio and Paul set up presidential campaign offices on the same blockRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Washington Post

    If the GOP presidential primary came down to a fight between Sens. Rand Paul and Marco Rubio, it would resemble a neighborhood brawl. Literally.

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  18. DC: A District of ChangeRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Washington Post

    What has always interested me most are places in transition, where the past is still hanging around like vapor and the future is brightening but uncertain. After years of photographing across post-communist Eastern Europe, I came to realize that Washington, D.C., had some commonalities with, say, Warsaw: boosterish expectations, tempered by the past and physical changes to the cityscape that were not always in step with psychological undercurrents.

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  19. Prominent Washington PR exec is suspect in Cafe Milano burglary, records showRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Washington Post

    David Bass, shown here in a 2006 photo, is a suspect in the Cafe Milano burglary. Prominent Washington PR agent David Bass is a suspect in the theft of two bottles of liquor from VIP hotspot CafA Milano earlier this month, according to records obtained by the Washington Post.

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  20. What lies beneath: Searching for the bones of Yarrow Mamout, a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Washington Post

    Archaeologists and researchers lead a dig in an empty lot at 3324 Dent Place NW to search for the remains of Yarrow Mamout, a freed slave who became a 19th-century Georgetown celebrity. She stands up holding a bone.

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