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Funeral services for Ben Bradlee, the former editor of the Washington Post, have been set for next week.
Ben Bradlee, celebrated editor who guided The Washington Post during Watergate scandal, dies
DC Mayor Gray calls upside-down District flag on voter guide a 'complete fiasco'
A D.C. substitute teacher was arrested on a charge of having oral sex with a student, who recorded the encounter and shared it with friends.
Substitute DC teacher arrested on charge of sexually assaulting student
Students of a disgraced rabbi are back in class, stunned and saddened to hear about allegations against their former teacher.
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Shakespeare Theatre Company, developer buy former DC university site to build new facility
Obama hails late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee as a 'true newspaperman'
A new government investigation questions a bizarre Secret Service mission that pulled agents from their assignment near the White House and sent them to the rural Maryland home of a headquarters employee embroiled in a personal dispute with a neighbor.
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South Carolina pork executive sentenced in District of Columbia gun case
4 men stabbed in DC subdue attacker
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A mammoth, but careful job at Smithsonian's Natural History Museum
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Scores of federal employees have been placed on paid leave, allowing them to collect paychecks while they await word on whether they will be disciplined for misbehavior.
Outgoing DC mayor to detail long-term transportation plan to accommodate future growth
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