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The Politico

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Judge orders White House to return press credentials to CNN's Acosta
11/16/2018 9:33am

The White House said it would develop rules and processes to ensure fair and orderly press conferences in the future.

GOP pushes Trump for new attorney general amid Mueller uproar
11/16/2018 4:06am

Senate Republicans hope replacing Matthew Whitaker will calm the firestorm over Trumps attacks on the special counsel.

‘Preparing for the worst’: Mueller anxiety pervades Trump world
11/15/2018 3:44pm

Half a dozen people in contact with the White House and other Trump officials say a deep anxiety has started to set in.

Wilbur Ross leaving? Mulvaney is waiting.
11/15/2018 7:40pm

Amid the drama around higher-profile Trump officials, the presidents 80-year-old Commerce chief may be on the way out.

Anatomy of a Conspiracy Theory
11/16/2018 4:11am

Credible sources say the Las Vegas shooting was a one-man job. But a small band of former government insiders is propagating a wild alternative theorywith dangerous consequences.

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

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Washington, DC 20071   Directions

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Winter’s sneaky arrival: How Thursday’s freak storm happened
11/16/2018 8:45am

Weve mapped the snow coverage and explain how this bizarre, much-too-early storm unfolded.

Dry weather returns, along with some sunshine, but chilliness persists
11/16/2018 4:00am

No major precipitation appears to be on the horizon , and highs today will be in the mid- to upper 40s. High temperatures eke up a bit over the weekend, reaching the mid-40s to about 50.

Icy roads slow the Washington commute for a second day after early-season snow
11/16/2018 10:30am

Dozens of crashes occurred in the region one day after the seasons first snowfall.

Montgomery official embezzled $6.7 million from county, federal prosecutors say
11/16/2018 10:55am

Byung Peter Bang, a former economic development official, pleaded guilty Friday in U.S. District Court.

Northam removes two board members ahead of crucial vote on pipeline project
11/16/2018 8:57am

Both were among those who had questioned the location and safety of a proposed compressor station in the historic Union Hill African American community.

The Washington Times

The Washington Times

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Man suffers life-threatening injuries in dump truck crash
11/16/2018 10:40am

ANCHORAGE, Alaska AP - A passenger in a car suffered life-threatening injuries in a crash with a dump truck on an Anchorage Street. The cars driver suffered serious injuries in the crash early Thursday on east Tudor Road. Anchorage police say two men in a sedan were driving west just ...

Rhode Island man arrested after taking forklift
11/16/2018 10:40am

NEWPORT, R.I. AP - Rhode Island police say a man stole a forklift and drove it around a park, at times trying to ram police cruisers, before he got stuck and had to be forcibly removed. Newport police say 27-year-old Ross Ahlborg, of Narragansett, took the forklift without permission at ...

Texas hospital system accused of holding patients illegally
11/16/2018 10:38am

FORT WORTH, Texas AP - A Texas corporation that runs behavioral health hospitals is accused of illegally holding four patients. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that SAS Healthcare Inc. was indicted Wednesday on nine counts of violating the Texas Mental Health Code. The indictment alleges the corporation known as Sundance ...

South Carolina's unemployment rate unchanged in October
11/16/2018 10:36am

COLUMBIA, S.C. AP - South Carolinas unemployment rate was unchanged last month, staying at a record low 3.3 percent of the workforce. The Department of Employment and Workforce said in a news release Friday the state set another record for the number of people working in October, at more than ...

Wyoming's first female high school football coach let go
11/16/2018 10:30am

LOVELL, Wyo. AP - Wyomings first female high school football coach has been let go after only one season. The Casper Star-Tribune reports Jeny Gardner is no longer the head coach at Lovell High School. Gardner tweeted Wednesday afternoon: Well, it was fun while it lasted. Thank you to all ...



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'I Felt Racially Profiled': Woman Kicked Out of Va. Dunkin'
11/15/2018 10:45pm

An African-American woman says the owner of a Virginia Dunkin Donuts kicked her out of the store and called police when she accused the owner of racially profiling her.Tirza Wilbon White said she was at a Dunkin Donuts in Fairfax using the free Wi-Fi when a white woman who identified herself as the owner of the store told her and another person of color they would have to buy something if they wanted to stay. For Your Weekend: National Gallery Ice Rink Opens I was dressed in a hoodie, yoga pants, no makeup, White said. I felt racially profiled.White then started recording video of her encounter with the owner. The First Pat Collins Snow Stick of the Season Goes To ... I need to ensure safety to my customers and Im not saying that youre a problem, but Ive had problems in the past, the owner can be heard saying in the video.I hadnt commited a crime. I wasnt yelling. I wasnt disruptive. I wasnt rude, White told News4. Watch: Bei Bei is Having a Blast in the Snow As the confrontation escalated, White accused the owner of singling her out because of her race.Dont get into racial profiling. You can leave my location. I find that offensive, the woman says in the video.The owner then called the police.When White asks the officer why she has to leave he says, because she wants you to.A spokesperson for Dunkin Donuts Corporate told News4 the company apologized to White for the incident.We and our franchisees want every customer who walks into a Dunkin restaurant to be treated with dignity and respect. This did not happen in a situation at a restaurant in Fairfax, Virginia. We have apologized to the customer, but we know that is not enough, read the statement.News4s Mark Segraves went to the same restaurant on Thursday and sat in the store for more than 20 minutes using the Wi-Fi without being asked to leave. An employee at the store told Segraves he was not required to buy anything. However, a new sign in the store says that customers are required to buy something to sit inside.News4 has reached out to the stores owner for a response, but has not yet heard back.Photo Credit: Tirza Wilbon White

How Much Snow Did the DC Area Get?
11/16/2018 4:59am

The seasons first snow is over, but how much snow did we actually getStorm Team4 says Thursdays snowfall was the biggest November snow since 1989 when 3.5 inches fell on Nov. 22 and 23. Tree Abandoned by Farmer Picked for White House Christmas The snow was also a record-setter at all three airports.Heres a look at how much snow fell in the region,according to National Landing Amazon News Spurs Jokes, Confusion in DC JUMP TO: Maryland, Virginia, West VirginiaDistrict of ColumbiaNational Zoo 2MarylandAllegany CountyFrostburg 9.5Cresaptown 8.6Ridgeley 8 Cumberland 7.5Mount Savage 7.5 Wolfe Mill 6.5Frostburg 6 Anne ArundelBWI Airport 1.7BaltimorePimlico 2.3Frederick CountySabillasville 9Thurmont 8.3Walkersville 8.1 Bloomfield 7Ballenger Creek 6.8Rosemont 6Point of Rocks 6Ballenger Creek 5.4New Market 5.3New Market 5.3Frederick 5Brunswick 4.6Park Mills 4.2Frederick 4.1Howard CountyColumbia 2.2Columbia 2Oella 1.5Elkridge 2Montgomery CountyClarksburg 5.2Damascus 4.4Rockville 2.7Washington CountyPecktonville 7.1Boonsboro 6.5Hancock 6Long Meadow 4VirginiaArlington CountyReagan National Apt 1.4City of Falls ChurchFalls Church 1.2Fairfax CountyWolf Trap 2.7Chantilly 2.1Fairfax Station 2Herndon 1.9Centreville 1.7Rose Hill 1.5Fauquier CountyOpal 1Frederick CountyWhitacre 6Gainesboro 6Winchester 5Stephens City 4Loudoun CountyLovettsville 7.2Round Hill 6Leesburg 5Purcellville 4.8Ashburn 4Dulles International 3Shenandoah CountyWoodstock 1.5West VirginiaBerkeley CountyMartinsburg 8.5Falling Waters 7.3Vanville 6.8Bunker Hill 6.4Grant CountyMasonville 5.5Jefferson CountyHarpers Ferry 5.8Morgan CountyLineburg 10Berkeley Spgs 7Pendleton CountyFranklin 2the first measurable snow in DC since 1996 and the biggest November snow since 1989 when 3.5 fell on November 22-23rd.Photo Credit: William Wacker

Photos: 'Charlie Brown Christmas' Opening at Nat'l Harbor
11/15/2018 10:25am

Stunning ice sculptures in a winter wonderland will once again inhabit Gaylord National Resort at National Harbor, Maryland, this holiday season. This years theme, A Charlie Brown Christmas, will feature scenes from the iconic Christmas special. ICE will be open Nov. 16 through Jan. 1, 2019.Photo Credit: Gaylord National Resort

For Your Weekend: National Gallery Ice Rink Opens
11/16/2018 7:56am

Its not even Thanksgiving and D.C. is already embracing winter... maybe reluctantlyafter Fridays intense snow. But this weekend youll find the National Gallery ice rink open, winter lights, National Habors ICE and many other events are kicking off the holiday season.Also check out: Free and cheap things to do in Maryland, Virginia and D.C. Great music coming to D.C.:Here are our top picks for your weekend:Winter Wonderland ICE featuring a Charlie Brown Christmas Through Jan. 1, National HarborNational Harbors wintertime wonderland is taking inspiration from Charlie Brown this year. Bundle up and check out colorful ice sculptures, ice slides, walk-through attractions and a full Nativity scene. Tickets are discounted when you buy in advance online. On Value Days, including Friday, Nov. 16, tickets start at $32 for adults. On General Admission days, including most Saturdays and Sundays, tickets are $38 for those over 12 and $31 for kids over 4 years old. LightUP Fest at One Loudoun Through Jan. 2, 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., One Loudoun Center in Ashburn, VirginiaThe One Loudon Center went all-out this year, bringing in more than a million lights building a Chinese-style pagoda, the Statue of Liberty and the Eiffel Tower. Youll find 77 different installations, as well as performances each night from acrobats, dancers and musicians, food available for purchase and hands-on activities including calligraphy, portrait sketching and rice carving for all ages. Winter Igloos at The Watergate Throughout winter, 4 11 p.m., The Watergate HotelReserve a cozy igloo on the rooftop of the hotel to hang outside with your friends over food and drink.Ice SkatingThe rink at the National Gallery opens Saturday, and more rinks across the area are letting skaters lace up. Heres a full list.Weekend EventsDC Cocktail Week Through Sunday, various restaurants and barsDozens of D.C. restaurants are offering specials on a paired cocktail and snack. Doi Moi has a Thai tea and ginger beer-based drink paired with a Laotian-style pork belly dish for $15 Whaleys has three options, including one with dessert, starting at $10 and if youre near National Harbor, Jose Andres FISH is serving a margarita with a shrimp cocktail for $30.Hopi Tribal Festival Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Smithsonians National Museum of the American IndianThe Hopi Tribe from northeast Arizona will be honored through an exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian. Dance performances, demonstrations of silversmithing, carving and weaving and a number of historical talks are scheduled. For the kids, there are crafts and storybook readings. Rodarte Exhibit Through Feb. 10, National Museum of Women in the ArtsThe work of sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy within their luxury fashion house Rodarte is on display. The exhibit showcases more than 90 looks in runway-ready presentation. Tickets to the NMWA are $10 for adults, with discounts for students and seniors. Teens and kids 18 and under can enter for free.Natures Best Photography Through September, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural HistoryTour five continents of wild animals and scenes on the second floor of the Natural History Museum. This years cant-miss winning shot from Nelis Wolmarans captures a mother gorilla holding a baby as she sleeps. World Press Photo Exhibition 2018 Through Nov. 25, 2018, Dupont UndergroundCatch some of the best photos taken over the last year in large format and projected versions in Dupont Circles unique underground venue.ARTECHOUSE New Nature by Marpi Ticketed Daily through Jan. 13, 1238 Maryland Ave SW, Washington, D.C.The interactive art spaces newest exhibit takes you outside. Timed tickets cost $15 for adults.Your Friday Contact High: A Visual History of Hip-Hop Friday, 7:30 p.m., The Kennedy CenterVikki Tobak joins a panel and special guests to discuss her new book, which explores the history of hip-hop through photos. Scheduled guests include Chuck D, DJ Adrian Loving, Ernie Paniccioli, Janette Beckman, Danny Hastings, Fab 5 Freddy, Barron Claiborne and Rhea L. Combs. Tickets are $35. The Dollop podcast Friday, Nov. 16, The Lincoln TheatreThe Dollop dives into a unique aspect of American history on every episode. Hosts Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds are in D.C. for a live taping tickets start at $35.Your SaturdayBecoming: An Intimate Conversation with Michelle Obama Saturday, Capital One ArenaTickets for Michelle Obamas stop to promote her book Becoming in D.C. have long been sold out, marking the huge buzz the former first ladys U.S. tour is getting. National Take a Hike Day SaturdayTake some time to revisit your favorite local hike, or check the weather and strike out to Old Rag. Just be sure to check the forecast and with the park authority to make sure its safe after Thursdays snow. We have some tips for a successful Old Rag hike:Your Sunday Strangers On A Brunch- Hitchcock Brunch Sunday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Slash RunNothing pairs better with brunch than a classic Alfred Hitchcock film.Photo Credit: Shutterstock

Two-Headed Snake Found in Northern Virginia Has Died
11/16/2018 10:33am

A two-headed snake that wowed biologists and residents when it was found in a Northern Virginia yard in September has died, The Washington Post reports.The two-headed baby Eastern Copperhead was found in Woodbridge in early September, the Wildlife Center of Virginia said. According to The Post,JD Kleopfer, the states herpetologist, announced the reptiles death early this week. I Felt Racially Profiled: Woman Kicked Out of Va. Dunkin The snake had two tracheas, with the left one more developed, and two esophagi, with the right one more developed. The snake also had a single heart and one set of lungs.When the snake was discovered, Kleopfer said the find was extremely rare because they just dont live that long. For Your Weekend: National Gallery Ice Rink Opens Photo Credit: The Wildlife Center of Virginia This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.



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Chain Bridge reopens after icy conditions cause several accidents
11/16/2018 7:54am

Authorities have closed the bridge in both directions at this time until the surface has been deemed safe to travel on.

Megan Hargan waives extradition from West Virginia in McLean murder charges
11/16/2018 10:17am

Helen Hargan, 23, and her mother Pamela Hargan, 63, were shot to death in their McLean home on July 14, 2017.

Body found in Woodbridge, Virginia pond, police say
11/16/2018 10:58am

The authorities are in the area of Pond Way and Park Lake Road investigating. Officials said the body was removed the water and he was pronounced dead on the scene.

Frederick County digs out from the snow after season's first winter storm
11/15/2018 10:21pm

WUSA9 reached out to the City of Frederick about its snow removal process but did not receive a response.

Community helps Southeast, DC elderly woman who struggles to get to nearest supermarket
11/16/2018 10:58am

Her two bus, two-mile, one wall journey to the grocery store left many frustrated but highlighted a clear food disparity in the East End.

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