Local Headlines: Va. mayor slammed with anti-Semitic tweets after criticizing alt-right rally

New upscale Logan Circle condo to offer million-dollar-plus units, concierge and package delivery; D.C.-area forecast: Sunny and warm today, then the summer sizzle begins tomorrow; Writing was (kind of) on the wall: ‘Pay Trump Bribes Here,’ on wall above an entrance to the Trump Hotel in D.C.; Fifty years after Vietnam, memories of a former love and his college ring remain; Maryland man pleads guilty to weapon, child porn charges after raid; Former D.C. dentist pleads guidty to sexually assaulting patients; Regional cooperation sought to create more affordable housing; Former Georgetown dentist pleads guilty to sexually assaulting 5 patients, 2 employees; New group in Maryland is recruiting Muslim candidates to run for office; ‘Can we deliver to a stuck train?’: Deliveryman brings pizza to a stranded Amtrak train.; Death of painter in cycling crash saddens Brookland artist community; Police say man confessed to killing his girlfriend in Maryland; Post-Schar poll finds Ed Gillespie with big lead for GOP gubernatorial nomination; Most of us see through telephone and online scammers. Some of us don’t.; PM Update: Warm-up really gets going Tuesday as clear skies persist;
 
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Va. mayor slammed with anti-Semitic tweets after criticizing alt-right rally
Online attacks follow two rallies that white nationalist Richard Spencer led for Lee statue.
New upscale Logan Circle condo to offer million-dollar-plus units, concierge and package delivery
TOWN SQUARE | Seven of the units in the Elysium Logan will have private elevator access and the three penthouse-level units will each have a private terrace with 360-degree views of the city skyline and surrounding neighborhoods.
 
D.C.-area forecast: Sunny and warm today, then the summer sizzle begins tomorrow
This is fantastic late-spring weather, but it’s not going to last. The heat arrives tomorrow.
 
Writing was (kind of) on the wall: ‘Pay Trump Bribes Here,’ on wall above an entrance to the Trump Hotel in D.C.
Washington artist, activist said he projected the letters onto the walls of the landmark building.
 
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Fifty years after Vietnam, memories of a former love and his college ring remain
A Maryland woman wanted to return the ring, but his relatives said she should keep it.
Maryland man pleads guilty to weapon, child porn charges after raid
Federal agents found guns, explosives, other illicit materials in Caleb A. Bailey’s underground bunker, prosecutors say.
 
Former D.C. dentist pleads guidty to sexually assaulting patients
A roundup of news from the Washington region.
Regional cooperation sought to create more affordable housing
Housing advocates discuss rising need for affordable housing in increasingly expensive Northern Virginia.
 
 
Former Georgetown dentist pleads guilty to sexually assaulting 5 patients, 2 employees
Bilah Ahmed pleaded guilty to assaulting patients while they were under sedation awaiting dental procedures.
 
New group in Maryland is recruiting Muslim candidates to run for office
Founder says “we intend to empower Muslims to take back control of their narrative in the American experience.”
 
‘Can we deliver to a stuck train?’: Deliveryman brings pizza to a stranded Amtrak train.
Someone on the train dialed up a nearby pizza joint, Dom’s NY Style Pizzeria, and asked whether they would deliver some pies to the train.
 
Death of painter in cycling crash saddens Brookland artist community
Dan Neidhardt, 74, was riding in NW Washington on April 28 when he collided with a truck. He died Wednesday.
 
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Police say man confessed to killing his girlfriend in Maryland
Man told police he killed Oxon Hill woman, put her body in a dumpster, authorities say
 
Post-Schar poll finds Ed Gillespie with big lead for GOP gubernatorial nomination
Stewart’s Confederate tactics aren’t catching on; Gillespie seen as electable
 
Perspective
Most of us see through telephone and online scammers. Some of us don’t.
“God only knows why I [have] become so gullible,” said a woman who fell for a romance scam.
PM Update: Warm-up really gets going Tuesday as clear skies persist
80s are on the way tomorrow.
 
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