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The Politico

The Politico

1000 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA 22209   Directions

(703) 647-7999

Is Tom Cotton’s winning streak about to end?
12/13/2018 4:04am

The first-term senator has defeated a series of bills he despises. But he may not be able to stop criminal justice reform.

Is Tom Cotton’s winning streak about to end?
12/13/2018 4:04am

The first-term senator has defeated a series of bills he despises. But he may not be able to stop criminal justice reform.

A ‘loud gong’: National Enquirer’s surprise deal could imperil Trump
12/12/2018 5:33pm

The National Enquirers parent company has agreed to tell prosecutors everything it knows about Donald Trump and it might know a lot.

Michael Cohen sentenced to 3 years in prison
12/12/2018 11:08am

The sentence for the longtime Trump lawyer is the biggest punishment yet tied to the Mueller probe.

Why Trump Can’t Kill the Electric Car
12/13/2018 4:07am

Even though he seems to really want to.

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

1301 K St NW
Washington, DC 20071   Directions

(800) 627-1150

Sanctuary in more than name
12/12/2018 5:16am

Bethesdas Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church is protecting Rosa Gutierrez Lopez while she fights her immigration case.

Immigration judge revokes green card, orders deportation of Virginia activist Alejandra Pablos
12/12/2018 4:55am

Supporters have collected more than 10,000 signatures asking the governor of Arizona to grant Pablos a pardon for an 8-year-old DUI arrest.

Police officers sue Prince George’s County, alleging racial discrimination
12/12/2018 2:14am

The lawsuit asserts that the department retaliates against minority employees who report misconduct involving white officers.

New problems for the Silver Line Phase 2: Officials say 400 concrete rail ties are bad
12/12/2018 5:58am

The contractors proposed fix was rejected by the airport authority and Metro, which insist all ties must be replaced.

Cloudy but calm before Friday’s rain, which could turn heavy at night
12/13/2018 4:00am

The weekend looks unsettled with shower chances both days.

The Washington Times

The Washington Times

3600 New York Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002   Directions

(202) 636-3000

Standing Rock veterans cemetery getting more federal money
12/13/2018 5:25am

FORT YATES, N.D. AP - The Standing Rock Sioux tribe is getting $291,000 from the federal government to expand and improve the All Nations Veterans Cemetery in Fort Yates. The money is through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The agency last year gave the tribe nearly $5 million to ...

10 Things to Know for Today
12/13/2018 5:24am

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. IN TRUMPS ORBIT, SHIFTING EXPLANATIONS The presidents knowledge of any payments to women who claim to have been mistresses shift as his legal exposure grows. 2. SENATE TO VOTE ON AID TO ...

Body found in North Carolina identified as Alabama man, 54
12/13/2018 5:23am

LUMBERTON, N.C. AP - Authorities say a body found in North Carolina earlier this month is that of an Alabama man. Citing a Robeson County Sheriffs Office release, The Fayetteville Observer reported Wednesday that the body found on a Lumberton road running parallel to Interstate 95 on Dec. 3 is ...

Wednesday's Sports in Brief
12/13/2018 5:20am

PRO FOOTBALL IRVING, Texas AP - Commissioner Roger Goodell said the NFL wont pay for video evidence in cases involving domestic violence, and he defended the leagues handling of those investigations. Speaking after owners held their annual winter meeting, Goodell said the NFLs approach to dealing with domestic violence is ...

EU border agency says migrant arrivals in Spain on the rise
12/13/2018 5:18am

BRUSSELS AP - The European Unions border agency says the number of migrants entering Spain across the Mediterranean Sea so far this year has more than doubled over the same period in 2017. Frontex said Thursday that almost 53,000 unauthorized migrants arrived in Spain in the first 11 months of ...



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4001 Nebraska Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016   Directions

(202) 885-4000

Missing Woman's Car Found in Great Falls Park, Police Say
12/13/2018 4:37am

Montgomery County police are searching for a 69-year-old woman whose car was found in Great Falls Park.Carla Bianca Pettinelli was last seen at her homeon the 8000 block of Maple Ridge Road in Bethesda. Police say a home caregiver reported seeing her between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Wednesday. Facing Deportation, Woman Takes Sanctuary in Maryland Church Pettinellis family believes she could be in the area of Great Falls Park. During a search, police found her empty vehicle parked in the park.Pettinelli is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds. She has brown hair and may be wearing a black jacket, black hat, black gloves and glasses. DC-Area Chefs Make Gingerbread Versions of Local Sites Anyone with information aboutPettinellis whereabouts is asked to call police at 301-279-8000.Photo Credit: Montgomery County Police

Del Monte Recalls Cans of Corn Because They Could Spoil
12/13/2018 5:32am

Del Monte has recalled more than 64,000 cases of corn because they could spoil and lead to life-threatening illnesses if eaten.The company the cans of Fiesta Corn seasoned with red and green peppers were shipped to 25 states, including Maryland and Virginia. Facing Deportation, Woman Takes Sanctuary in Maryland Church The cans of corn were under-processed during the sterilization process, which could result incontamination by spoilage organisms or pathogens.The company has not received any reports of illness, accordingto Tuesdaysannouncement from the FDA, but consuming the product could result in a life-threatening illness. DC-Area Chefs Make Gingerbread Versions of Local Sites The affected cans are 15.24 ounces and have the number24000 02770 printed on the label.Customers who purchased the product are encouraged to return it to the place they purchased it from for a full refund or exchange. Spice Spat: Old Bay Sues New Bae for Trademark Infringement

Metro to Vote on Restoring Late-Night Hours
12/13/2018 6:14am

Could late-night hours return to Metro Metros board is set to vote on the issue Thursday.News4s Justin Finch is live at the Navy Yard Station in Southeast.Photo Credit: Shutterstock

Zoo Investigating Red Panda's Sudden Death
12/13/2018 4:57am

Officials at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute are trying to figure out what caused the sudden death of a red panda at its facility.Henry, a 4-year-old red panda, died on Dec. 5, the Smithsonian National Zoo announced Wednesday. Facing Deportation, Woman Takes Sanctuary in Maryland Church The red panda had been in good health before his death, officials say. There were also no signs of trauma or injury.Red pandas typically live eight to 10 years in the wild. Red pandas who live in captivity have a life expectancy of 16 years or more. DC-Area Chefs Make Gingerbread Versions of Local Sites Henry was born at theSmithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Front Royal, Virginia, in June 2014. His mother Regan was unable to raise cubs in the past, so his keepers hand-reared him. He later became a father, siring three cubs.The zoo says a pathology report will give them more answers about Henrys death in the coming weeks. Spice Spat: Old Bay Sues New Bae for Trademark Infringement Photo Credit: Jessica Kordell, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute

Judge Impedes Effort to Put Initiative 77 Back on DC Ballot
12/12/2018 5:27pm

A D.C. Superior Court judge has ruled against an effort to put an initiative that would raise the base wage for tipped workers back on the ballot.D.C. Council members overturned Initiative 77 in October months after voters approved it. Facing Deportation, Woman Takes Sanctuary in Maryland Church Supporters of the pay increase went back on the streets and gathered more than 25,000 valid signatures in just six days to repeal the councils repeal.A judge issued an injunction Wednesday preventing the DC Board of Elections from processing the thousands of petitions submitted by Save Our Vote, according to a spokesperson for the West End Strategy Team, which supports the measure. DC-Area Chefs Make Gingerbread Versions of Local Sites The Washington Post reports the judge agreed with opponents of the measure who said elections officials didnt follow proper procedure when allowing referendum supporters to gather petitions.Lawyers from both sides of the issue previously said the new referendum, called Referendum 8, wouldnt even have to be voted on to change the law if supporters collected the 25,000 signatures and got certified to be on the ballot. It would not only require the District to hold a special election early next year, but it would force the first phase of the pay raise to take effect. Spice Spat: Old Bay Sues New Bae for Trademark Infringement Despite the restaurant associations best efforts to block the referendum process, Save Our Vote collected and successfully submitted well over the required 25,800 signatures to put Referendum 8 on the ballot, Save Our Vote said in a statement. Todays ruling prevents the Board of Elections from processing the signatures of thousands of DC voters who wanted their voices to be heard.



5151 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016   Directions

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4100 Wisconsin Ave NW
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Bus driver mistakenly takes Rockville student with special needs to Baltimore
12/12/2018 9:56pm

The student has since been reunited with family.

Rain returns to finish the week -- with a 100+ year old record in jeopardy
12/13/2018 1:56am

Thursday will be our last dry day in DC before a wet pattern sets up through the weekend.

Beauty shop for women of color by women of color opens in DC
12/12/2018 10:22pm

Owners say The Brown Beauty Co-Op in DuPont circle is a one-stop shop for hair care, skin care and makeup products for all shades.

What’s next after Michael Cohen? Key future dates in the Russia investigation
12/12/2018 10:21pm

Prosecutors disclosed in a Lower Manhattan courtroom Wednesday Michael Cohen has provided credible and valuable information at the heart of the Russia inquiry.

1 suspect turned in, 1 identified, sought after rape case near Naylor Road Station
12/12/2018 10:21pm

The two suspects were identified and one has turned himself in, police say.

Washington City Paper

Washington City Paper

1400 Eye St
Washington, DC 20005   Directions

(202) 332-2100

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