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What it takes to track and prosecute a hate crime Between 5,000 and 7,000 hate crime incidents are reported each year to the FBI. This is how a hate crime is defined and how federal and state authorities prosecute them.
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Comet Pizza gunman pleads guilty to federal and local charges Edgar Welch cited a fake Pizzagate election conspiracy in raiding the Northwest Washington restaurant.
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Pic of the week: A blizzard from above From the International Space Station, the storm looksmassive yet slow-moving, imposing yet quiet.
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Whole Foods is opening its first store in Prince George's next month The first Whole Foods store in Prince Georges County will open April 12.
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Lawsuit seeks to stop removal of Confederate statue in Virginia Charlottesville City Councils decision showed total disregard for state law, the suit claims.
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Pop the champagne: Another list ranks D.C. as best for innovation. No state beats D.C. for fostering innovation, according to yet another list. The nations capital sits at the very top of new WalletHub rankings that compare 50 states and the District for their investment in business creation, research and education. Mary
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Guest Comment: Future Metro budgets cannot be balanced on backs of local government The unanimous approval of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority fiscal year 2018 budget, a compromise to be lauded, should not be viewed through rose-colored glasses. Strained municipal budgets and a looming transit funding cliff pose unprece
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More and more people are leaving Greater Washington. We break down the numbers. More and more people are leaving Greater Washington, slowing its growth rate and making the region highly dependent on international immigration and births, according to newly released data. The D.C. metro region grew by 53,508 people in 2016, to 6,131,97
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Federal judge upholds travel ban, but earlier rulings leave it blocked The Trump administration scored a victory Friday in its effort to enact a temporary ban on refugee resettlement and travel of foreign nationals from six countries, with a federal judge in Virginia siding with President Trump over a Muslim civil-rights gro
The Washington Times | Mar 24, 2017 4:40 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend article from Washington, District of Columbia
Graebel Van Lines acknowledges it's finished as creditors come calling Graebel Van Lines, once the nations largest independently owned and operated movers, has acknowledged it has shut down and is in the process of selling off its assets. The Dallas-based company, which as of 2015 had 33 regional offices coast-to-coast, incl
bizjournals.com | Mar 24, 2017 4:28 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend article from Washington, District of Columbia

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