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The 24-year-old winger is off to a strong start this MLS season after a productive training camp with the U.S. squad.

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MeteoFrance is calling for a devastating 10- to 14-foot storm surge, with destructive waves and surf that could propel water even higher.

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Prestigious universities promised to consider how to protect their admissions processes from fraud.

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Daniel Marcin got on the Green Line on Monday morning, and found a man smelling of feces. He tried to help.

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The march comes a year after teens walked out following the massacre at a Florida school.

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The man was found unconscious in the courtyard of the Columbia Heights Village apartments.

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Weather forecasts likely saved hundreds of lives in the bomb cyclone. Ignore storm warnings at your peril.

For reasons not fully understood, accurate warnings of extreme weather conditions are sometimes ignored, or worse, mocked.

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Activist says this marks the first time police have charged someone in years of projecting protest slogans in the District.

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In a statement, the organization's president said he wanted to ensure the "conduct of our staff reflects the mission of the organization and the values we hope to instill in the world.”

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‘Bomb cyclone’ bolts toward upper Midwest after blasting Colorado and the Plains

The historic storm is expected to unleash more severe weather Thursday after already generating 100-mph winds, a severe blizzard and flooding.

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Official says the 35-day government shutdown is partly to blame by slowing preparations.

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California’s moratorium on executions highlights a growing resistance to the death penalty in many states.

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Jacson Chicas had trauma to his body; Pr. George’s police have taken over the homicide investigation.

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A new wave of studies undermines the idea that first-born children grow up to be different from later-born children.

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