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  1. Arepas are taking over D.C. with griddled, stuffed goodnessRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 20 | The Washington Post

    It's the summer of the arepa in Washington: The traditional South American corn patties are turning up on menus at new and high-end restaurants, and even winning funding in a food-entrepreneur competition. Arepas "have been by far our most popular item since we opened [in June]," said Paul Carlson of the Royal in LeDroit Park.

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  2. Federal supervisors hit union a hit lista against VA managersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | The Washington Post

    One fallout from the scandal at the Department of Veterans Affairs is a brewing dispute among federal employee organizations. The Senior Executives Association and the Federal Managers Association want congressional leaders to investigate a "management hit list" compiled by the VA's union against department managers and executives.

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  3. Youa re invited: a gala to celebrate Rock Creek Parka s 125th anniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The Washington Post

    Rock Creek Park, the oldest urban national park in the country, is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year, and the nonprofit that takes care of it is throwing a party Sept. 26 at the Italian Embassy.

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  4. The proposed Eisenhower memorial is a monstrosityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The Washington Post

    We could wearily shrug, say "Oh, well," and economize waste and annoyance by just building the proposed $142 million Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial. But long after its perpetrators are gone, it would squat there, representing Washington at its worst and proving that we have forgotten how to nurture our national memory with intelligent memorials.

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  5. Police arrest suspect in Woodland Terrace killingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The Washington Post

    D.C. police on Tuesday arrested a 26-year-old man who had been sought in connection with a July killing in the troubled Woodland Terrace neighborhood in Southeast Washington. Derrick Carter, who has no fixed address, has been charged with second-degree murder while armed in the shooting death of 31-year-old Melvin Williams, of Southeast.

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  6. Suspects in armed robberies in Washington arrested after car chaseRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The Washington Post

    D.C. police have arrested two suspects in armed robberies Monday night in the Northwest Washington neighborhoods of Brightwood and Columbia Heights, authorities said. D.C. police said the two men were connected to a carjacking last week and were being investigated in other robberies in the area.

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  7. Reliable Source: Washington's August drama: Who's in the Ashley Madison data dump?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The Washington Post

    The release of names purported to be users of cheaters site AshleyMadison.com on Wednesday - a hacked list that reportedly includes thousands of guys with e-mail addresses registered to Hill offices, federal agencies and even the White House - doesn't exactly have the city on edge, in the cinematic mode a Hollywood scriptwriter might concoct. See, it's a sleepy time for official Washington, after all, with both chambers of Congress on recess, the president on vacation in Martha's Vineyard and much of the rest of town in mice-will-play mode, content to let Iowa serve as the epicenter of cable soundbite-making.

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  8. Under Armour is suing pretty much every company using the name "Armor"Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The Washington Post

    The back of Armor & Glory's Camp Fit T-shirts, which read, "Put on God's armor and receive His glory." pset that most of the clothing options for his 3-year-old son were covered in skulls and crossbones, decided to start his own "inspirational apparel" company with a scripture-inspired name, Armor & Glory.

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  9. Considering an $8,000-a-month townhouse? Herea s a Tesla to test-drive.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The Washington Post

    As builders put the finishing touches on thousands more luxury apartments in the Washington area, leasing agents are under increasing pressure to get renters to choose their chic new units over the ones next door. In the case of Cathedral Commons , the $125 million mixed-use complex on Wisconsin Ave. in D.C., that includes rolling out fancy cars and specialty cocktails to lure people who might be interested in the project's apartments and townhouses.

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  10. Washingtona s August drama: Whoa s in the Ashley Madison data dump?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The Washington Post

    The release of names purported to be users of cheaters site AshleyMadison.com on Wednesday - a hacked list that reportedly includes thousands of guys with e-mail addresses registered to Hill offices, federal agencies and even the White House - doesn't exactly have the city on edge, in the cinematic mode a Hollywood scriptwriter might concoct. See, it's a sleepy time for official Washington, after all, with both chambers of Congress on recess, the president on vacation in Martha's Vineyard and much of the rest of town in mice-will-play mode, content to let Iowa serve as the epicenter of cable soundbite-making.

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  11. Under Armour is suing pretty much every company using the name a oeArmoraRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The Washington Post

    The back of Armor & Glory's Camp Fit T-shirts, which read, "Put on God's armor and receive His glory." pset that most of the clothing options for his 3-year-old son were covered in skulls and crossbones, decided to start his own "inspirational apparel" company with a scripture-inspired name, Armor & Glory.

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  12. Suspect wanted for fatal shooting on Martin Luther King Day is arrestedRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 18 | The Washington Post

    Months after releasing a video of a gunman firing in the middle of a street on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, D.C. police have arrested a second suspect in the mid-day murder. Darryl Malloy, 20, of Northwest Washington was arrested Tuesday and charged with second-degree murder for the death of Kevin Owens, 22. Markell Alston, 21, of Hyattsville, was also arrested on a second-degree murder charge in January for the same Congress Heights shooting.

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  13. Prosecutors seek 25-year sentence for woman convicted of killing D.C. lawyerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | The Washington Post

    Prosecutors on Tuesday asked a D.C. Superior Court judge to sentence the woman convicted of fatally stabbing an attorney, whom she tricked into meeting her by answering a Craigslist ad for sex, to 25 years in prison. Jamyra Gallmon , 21, pleaded guilty in May to second-degree murder in the Feb. 9 killing of David Messerschmitt , 30, who worked at the international law firm DLA Piper.

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

    Tuesday Aug 18 | The Washington Post

    Robert E. Shoun, 75, a family lawyer in the Washington area for 50 years, died July 22 at a hospital in Falls Church, Va. The cause was multiple organ system failure, said his wife, Debra Shoun.

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  15. GW hoops is getting its moment in the sun on ESPNRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 18 | The Washington Post

    ESPN has announced its lineup for the Tip-Off Marathon that kicks off the college basketball season, and it features two intriguing local men's matchups. On the first night, Monday, Nov. 16, Tony Bennett's No.

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  16. A better Iran deal is possibleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | The Washington Post

    Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington last month. Former senator Joe Lieberman , Sen. Chuck Schumer , experts such as Robert Satloff and now sanctions guru Mark Dubowitz make the case that a better Iran deal is doable, but only if Congress votes down President Obama's deal.

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  17. D.C. police name suspect in Woodland Terrace killingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | The Washington Post

    D.C. Police said they are looking for a 26-year-old man wanted in connection with a July killing in the troubled Woodland Terrace neighborhood in Southeast Washington. He is accused of shooting 31-year-old Melvin Williams, of Southeast, about 5:15 p.m. on July 28 in the 2300 block of Ainger Place SE.

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  18. Modern condos with more space in D.C.'s Park ViewRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | The Washington Post

    At Whitney Row, a new modern condo building in Northwest Washington's Park View neighborhood near the Georgia Avenue/ Petworth Metro station, the principals at Lock 7 Development opted to create just nine units in the building, seven of which have two levels of living space. Developers in Washington need to make a decision with every new project: design multiple small homes to fill a building with as many residents as possible or create larger units with the space some buyers crave.

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  19. Morning Plum: Donald Trumpa s GOP rivals struggle to understand his appealRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | The Washington Post

    The rise of Donald Trump has many of his GOP rivals asking: How can we steal away the source of his apparent appeal to GOP primary voters? Today, we're getting one answer to that question from Scott Walker, who seems to have decided that Trump's surge is rooted partly in those voters' frustration with the failure of GOP leaders to stop Obama. To appeal to those voters, Walker will take a page from Ted Cruz's manual of demagoguery and distortions, arguing in a speech today that Washington Republicans let the country down by failing to live up to their promise to repeal Obamacare - and that he would be willing to take on GOP leaders over their betrayal.

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  20. Virginia keeping options open on I-66 HOT lanesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 | The Washington Post

    Fixing traffic on I-66, seen here near Vienna, will require many changes involving the roadway and transit. A vote by a government advisory group in Richmond on Monday afternoon allows Virginia state officials to consider a public-private partnership to develop high-occupancy toll lanes on Interstate 66, even as they preserve the option for public financing of the $2.1 billion project.

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