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Seaplanes are coming to Washington. But they’ll land on ... land.

The seaplane is the latest mode of a transportation to debut in a traffic-clogged region constantly searching for faster methods of travel.

Johns Hopkins wants to change policing. Many fear it won’t work.

Johns Hopkins University has spent years trying to create a private campus police force. After protests and a two-year "pause" on the project, the school is moving ahead.

Navy says dueling lease proposals for Greenbury Point not under consideration

The Navy says dueling proposals for Greenbury Point mean that neither option is under consideration.

Five weekend homicides in Prince George’s show ‘tragic trend of gun violence’

Weekend shootings brought the number of homicides Prince George’s police have investigated to 62 this year, still down compared with 84 the same time last year.

Driver did not intentionally crash car into Arlington pub, police say

Arlington police have also ruled out alcohol as a factor in the wreck that injured 15.

Audit: Va. didn’t use lessons from earlier snowstorm to avoid I-95 meltdown

The review by the Virginia inspector general offers clues into what went wrong over 36 hours along the highway south of Washington.

PM Update: Occasional raindrops, but drier than not with some sun Tuesday

Showers continue to focus south and west. It'll be slightly warmer Tuesday.

No sign man who fired shots near Capitol was ‘politically motivated,’ police say

Richard A. York III, 29, drove his vehicle into a barricade near the U.S. Capitol on Sunday, fired shots indiscriminately and then killed himself, police said.

Giuliani is target in Ga. criminal probe of 2020 election, lawyer says

The former Trump attorney is expected to be in Atlanta to testify before a grand jury on Wednesday.

How to get a monkeypox vaccine in the D.C. region

The District has recorded more monkeypox cases per capita than any state, and launched a vaccination effort targeting the at-risk community.

One person is dead after crash in Maryland

The driver of a vehicle was killed and a passenger suffered injuries, police said.

Two men slain in Prince George’s in Sunday shootings

Four people were slain in Prince George’s over the weekend, police said.
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D.C.-area forecast: A few showers possible today, but a bit warmer

Mostly nice weather Wednesday through Friday before a muggier weekend
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August 16 morning weather update