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The Election Day detonation was intended to bring attention to the man’s political ideology, authorities said.

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Brennan Walker approached Jeffrey Zeigler's house to ask for help in April. Zeigler answered with a shotgun blast, video shows.

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Mayor Muriel Bowser has publicly gone after council member Elissa Silverman in a way no mayor has tried to oust a sitting lawmaker.

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Washington and Lee University makes changes that are part of an ongoing reexamination of the school's history.

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Features in the skull suggest young Diplodocuses struck out on their own from a very early age, authors of a new study say.

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The victim was assaulted and robbed when he got into a car he thought was with a ride-hailing service.

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If Democrats take the House, the Senate or both, they may wield enough legislative power to block the citizenship question.

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Authorities are also investigating whether a D.C. police civilian employee helped Derick Turner in the second homicide.

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Federal criminal courts have ruled that the crackdown on illegal immigration cannot ignore bail and speedy-trial laws.

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The statement stems from incidents of instructors refusing reference letters for students wanting to study in Israel.

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In the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, white mobs destroyed Greenwood, which was one of the wealthiest black communities in the country.

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In the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, white mobs destroyed Greenwood, which was one of the wealthiest black communities in the country.

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The wide-ranging report is largely focused on systemic infrastructure and financial issues, but also includes advice on how the transit agency can better brace against negativity on social media.

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A nonprofit seeks out homeless or formerly incarcerated people and pays for documents they need to register to vote.

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