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Trump revokes security clearance of critic Brennan
Authorities arrested a Briton who migrated from Sudan as the driver whose car struck pedestrians outside Parliament in a suspected terrorist incident.
Tangle of lies and money now faces Manafort jury
A grand jury report alleging sexual abuse by Pennsylvania priests boosted calls for revising the state’s statutes of limitations.
At least 48 people were killed by a suicide bomber at a learning center in a Shiite area of the Afghan capital.
Back on the field at Maryland
President Trump said his tariffs will lead to new trade deals, but he has yet to finalize any agreements.
Strzok’s undoing: How anti-Trump texts ruined a stellar FBI career.
Kellyanne and George: No, really, it’s a love story
Italian officials are demanding resignations at the company that operates a bridge that collapsed in Genoa.
U.S. vs. Turkey: A pastor is caught between unyielding leaders.
The Pentagon’s chief spokeswoman, Dana W. White, is under investigation amid allegations that she mistreated employees.
CNN’s deep digger
A lawyer for George W. Bush is handling the disclosure of documents from Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh’s White House tenure, angering Democrats.
FEMA’s top official said he wants to find out how the agency allowed harassment to go unaddressed for years.
D.C. police said three sets of remains found in April were those of women who disappeared in 2006.
Many children in the District have been poisoned by lead in homes that city housing inspectors deemed safe.
The conflict surrounding the District’s Initiative 77 reflects a national trend in which state lawmakers are working to overturn voters’ decisions.
Part of a WWII ship, now a tomb, discovered
House Democrats demanded answers from Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai over the commission’s false claims that it suffered a cyberattack last year.
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In Turkey, trade war ‘a≠ects everyone’
Six people were shot in one day across the District, including one man who was in a barbershop and died of his injuries.
Drivers speeding in work zones on Maryland highways paid $54 million in fines to the state from 2013 to 2016, after being caught on camera.
An arbitration panel ruled that cashstrapped Metro must provide $82 million in wage increases to thousands of workers.
Florida, home to a dozen of the country’s 17 greyhound racing tracks, will vote in November on whether to ban the activity.
Thought for food
Even on vacation, KidsPost’s sports columnist thinks about sports.
Can a trade war move Turkey?
Over 30 overdoses from synthetic pot
The GOP is playing with fire in states
Military clears itself in 2014 Gaza war incident
LA TIMES CROSSWORD
Jaguars defensive back Jalen Ramsey shares thoughts on many NFL quarterbacks. Most are not kind.
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