Local Headlines: Is populism popular? These Virginia candidates are banking on it

Benghazi terror suspect’s capture, interrogation scrutinized in federal court; At raucous town hall, Rep. Dave Brat struggles to speak above the jeers; Four upscale apartments near Nats Park to include affordable units; D.C.-area forecast: Another nice one today, rain likely late Thursday into Saturday; Nationals vs. Orioles weather forecast: Calm and comfortable, just cool enough for a jacket; Three juveniles, three men shot in two incidents in the District; Virginia Democrats Northam and Perriello trade barbs but are in sync when it comes to Trump; In its response to sex abuse allegation, Sidwell Friends joins other private schools in pursuing transparency; Tuesday night firing of Comey: ‘Nixonian’ or uniquely Trumpian?; ‘God was flying the plane’: Hurricane Hunters land in D.C. during public tour; Bowser cabinet official probed over child’s school placement; Hogan taps Obamacare critic to lead Maryland health panel; D.C.’s botched Zika testing leaves dozens of families monitoring for symptoms; Early parole rejected for Md. woman who pleaded guilty in drunk-driving case; National Arboretum criticized after guard ‘yelled at the children’ playing on grass;
 
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Is populism popular? These Virginia candidates are banking on it
In first big test of politics in the Trump era, insurgents in governor’s race take on ‘the system.”
Benghazi terror suspect’s capture, interrogation scrutinized in federal court
Abu Khattala, 46, is charged in the Sept. 11, 2012, attacks that killed a U.S. ambassador
 
At raucous town hall, Rep. Dave Brat struggles to speak above the jeers
From start to finish, the audience was furious over Brat’s vote for GOP health care bill
 
Four upscale apartments near Nats Park to include affordable units
TOWN SQUARE | The D.C. Housing Finance Agency has invested in four developments at the Yards to ensure that households earning 50 percent or less of area median income can rent there.
 
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D.C.-area forecast: Another nice one today, rain likely late Thursday into Saturday
Another nice one today, but it looks like another round of late-week rain is coming.
 
Nationals vs. Orioles weather forecast: Calm and comfortable, just cool enough for a jacket
 
Three juveniles, three men shot in two incidents in the District
All six who were shot were said to be conscious and breathing.
 
Virginia Democrats Northam and Perriello trade barbs but are in sync when it comes to Trump
At third debate, gubernatorial candidates urge Democrats to turn Va blue
 
 
In its response to sex abuse allegation, Sidwell Friends joins other private schools in pursuing transparency
Rather than covering up allegations, more schools are launching investigations and examining practices
 
Tuesday night firing of Comey: ‘Nixonian’ or uniquely Trumpian?
Within minutes, the words “Saturday Night Massacre” swept across a stunned capital.
 
‘God was flying the plane’: Hurricane Hunters land in D.C. during public tour
The planes were on display Tuesday at Reagan National Airport.
 
Bowser cabinet official probed over child’s school placement
Deputy Mayor Courtney Snowden was granted a discretionary transfer for her son in summer 2015.
 
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Hogan taps Obamacare critic to lead Maryland health panel
Robert E. Moffit has called for a full repeal of the federal health-care law.
 
D.C.’s botched Zika testing leaves dozens of families monitoring for symptoms
Final tally shows three were infected and 26 more may have had virus — but did not know.
 
Early parole rejected for Md. woman who pleaded guilty in drunk-driving case
The former Episcopal bishop was texting and driving drunk when she struck a cyclist.
 
National Arboretum criticized after guard ‘yelled at the children’ playing on grass
A group of first-graders from Two Rivers Elementary School was on a field trip.
 
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