Local Headlines: This 75 year-old has been a gay rights activist for decades. Now, he’s back on the Mall fighting Trump.

D.C.-area forecast: Rain ends this morning; one more day of cool weather before a warm-up arrives; Nationals vs. Phillies weather forecast: Cool and breezy, but drying out; United vs. Union weather forecast: Pleasant, if a little cool; D.C. man sentenced to 64 months in prison for three bank robberies; Wet, rainy, gray days make for weather milestones; Two Md. men face charges after noose found at Md. middle school; Federal judge delays ruling on travel ban; Leave Maryland’s statutory rape law alone; Md. council member pleads guilty to DUI crash that injured 2; Md. attorney general seeks court order to force judge to decide Purple Line case; U.S. to stop seizing tax refunds to pay off old family debt; Maryland regulators greenlight two major offshore wind projects; D.C.’s mayor played down a school-lottery scandal. Now parents are ‘livid.’; Is it a veto or not? McAuliffe and GOP fight over language blocking Medicaid expansion.; Pr. George’s council member Mel Franklin pleads guilty to DUI in crash that injured 2;
 
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This 75 year-old has been a gay rights activist for decades. Now, he’s back on the Mall fighting Trump.
Paul Kuntzler has remained involved in activism and D.C. politics for decades.
D.C.-area forecast: Rain ends this morning; one more day of cool weather before a warm-up arrives
We’re about to emerge from the recent pattern, and it won’t be long until it’s hot.
 
Nationals vs. Phillies weather forecast: Cool and breezy, but drying out
Rain should end well before the start.
 
United vs. Union weather forecast: Pleasant, if a little cool
Breezes are the main story.
 
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D.C. man sentenced to 64 months in prison for three bank robberies
Tyrone Edward Wright was accused of robbing two banks within a block of each other in the District.
 
Wet, rainy, gray days make for weather milestones
Two baseball games in a row postponed.
 
Two Md. men face charges after noose found at Md. middle school
A wooden pallet was used to climb to the building’s roof , a police spokesman said.
 
Federal judge delays ruling on travel ban
A roundup of news from the Washington region.
 
Opinion
Leave Maryland’s statutory rape law alone
Broadening the laws would endanger the very class of people it was designed to protect by criminalizing consensual sex between minors.
 
Md. council member pleads guilty to DUI crash that injured 2
Prince George’s County Councilman Mel Franklin (Upper Marlboro-D) pleaded guilty to driving while impaired on May 12.
 
Md. attorney general seeks court order to force judge to decide Purple Line case
Without a ruling by June 1, design work on the rail line could be suspended, state says.
 
U.S. to stop seizing tax refunds to pay off old family debt
The change follows Washington Post articles on the impact of the seizures on taxpayers who were unaware their parents had debts.
 
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Maryland regulators greenlight two major offshore wind projects
If successful, the projects off Ocean City’s coast would be the largest of their kind in the country.
D.C.’s mayor played down a school-lottery scandal. Now parents are ‘livid.’
Residents upset over Bowser’s muted reaction to special treatment for a cabinet member
 
Is it a veto or not? McAuliffe and GOP fight over language blocking Medicaid expansion.
The battle could determine whether McAuliffe can pull off expansion in final months.
 
Pr. George’s council member Mel Franklin pleads guilty to DUI in crash that injured 2
Franklin rear-ended a couple at a red light while driving a county-issued SUV
 
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