Local Headlines: Family of slain Seth Rich says reports that he fed DNC info to WikiLeaks are untrue

Friendly, funky Del Ray strives to preserve its historic small-town vibe; Several people injured after protest outside Turkish Embassy; D.C.-area forecast: Here comes the heat and the humidity; Nine people are injured at demonstration outside Turkish Embassy in D.C.; Democratic candidates for Virginia governor running different races; Woman shot and killed by officers in D.C. appeared to be armed with gun, police say; Is this champion disrupter of D.C. development a crusader or an extortionist?; Nine injured at demonstration at Turkish Embassy; Police identify driver in fatal Northwest D.C. crash; D.C. crackdown aimed at protecting pedestrians– sometimes from themselves; Dominion letter shows why staying neutral on pipeline project could help Northam; D.C. to spend $3 million to get names of dead people, other errors off voter rolls; A Virginia politician calls for hate to leave his hometown. Easier said than done.; New charter schools debate: Are they widening racial divides in public education?; ‘Pay Trump Bribes Here’: How an activist pulled off projecting messages onto the Trump International Hotel;
 
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Family of slain Seth Rich says reports that he fed DNC info to WikiLeaks are untrue
As the investigation into the 2016 homicide continues, police say he was the victim of a robbery attempt.
Friendly, funky Del Ray strives to preserve its historic small-town vibe
WHERE WE LIVE | The family-friendly Alexandria community limits growth while seeking to widen retail choices.
 
Several people injured after protest outside Turkish Embassy
Nearly a dozen people were injured on May 17 in a brief but violent confrontation between two groups outside the Turkish Embassy in Washington, D.C.
 
D.C.-area forecast: Here comes the heat and the humidity
Today signals the start of summerlike stickiness.
 
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Nine people are injured at demonstration outside Turkish Embassy in D.C.
The demonstration comes as the Turkish president met with President Trump.
 
Democratic candidates for Virginia governor running different races
At debate, Perriello targets Trump and GOP front runner Gillespie; Northam focused on state issues
 
Woman shot and killed by officers in D.C. appeared to be armed with gun, police say
At a news conference, D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham said the matter remained under investigation, and police were interviewing witnesses.
Is this champion disrupter of D.C. development a crusader or an extortionist?
Chris Otten, ponytailed law school dropout, is fighting projects across the gentrifying city
 
 
Nine injured at demonstration at Turkish Embassy
Police said clashes broke out between opposing protesters.
 
Police identify driver in fatal Northwest D.C. crash
A roundup of news from the Washington region.
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D.C. crackdown aimed at protecting pedestrians– sometimes from themselves
Police in the region are mounting periodic crackdowns on motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians who violate traffic laws in a bid to keep everyone (but especially pedestrians) safe.
 
Dominion letter shows why staying neutral on pipeline project could help Northam
Virginia’s biggest utility wields clout not just with politicians — but also with thousands of voters.
 
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D.C. to spend $3 million to get names of dead people, other errors off voter rolls
The mayor’s plan was filed a day after President Trump announced an “election integrity” commission.
 
Perspective
A Virginia politician calls for hate to leave his hometown. Easier said than done.
Protests over a Confederate statue masks the real battle for retaining supremacy.
 
New charter schools debate: Are they widening racial divides in public education?
Louisiana offers a case study in the challenges that charters pose for school integration.
 
‘Pay Trump Bribes Here’: How an activist pulled off projecting messages onto the Trump International Hotel
Artist Robin Bell focused on accusations that the hotel is benefiting from President Trump’s political power, which would violate the emoluments clause of the Constitution.
 
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