Local Headlines: Rape charges to be dropped against immigrant teens in Md. case

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Rape charges to be dropped against immigrant teens in Md. case
Prosecutors announced the decision in the politically charged case at Friday court hearing.
D.C.-area forecast: Some more showers around today, clouds and breezy conditions dominate the weekend
A cooler stretch of weather continues into next week.
 
United vs. Impact weather forecast: Breezy but comfortable
Good soccer weather, for the most part.
 
Tornado confirmed near Potomac River Friday
Twister touched down on Navy installation in Dahlgren.
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On a wet afternoon near busy U Street, a robbery attempt
Man tries to grab phone, woman pushes him, is punched.
‘Honor’ and ‘Glory’ are the eaglets begat by Mr. President and First Lady
Some 30,000 ballots were cast to name the birds that hatched at the National Arboretum in Washington.
Parents charged in starvation, beating death of 7-week-old infant
The baby was found unresponsive on Christmas Day and died at a hospital.
81-year-old driver dead after collision in Montgomery County
Her Honda Accord was involved in a crash with a school bus that was not carrying students.
 
D.C. jail inmate found dead in cell
Jail officials said there were no obvious signs of trauma or suicide.
America’s Most Challenging High Schools
The Washington Post’s annual rankings of how successfully schools challenge their students.
 
This is what it takes to troubleshoot electrical ‘leaks’ on Metro
When Metro workers shut off power to test for electrical “leaks” on the tracks, they can’t just flip a switch. The process involves physically removing breakers from the surrounding power substations.
 
Comstock’s vote against health-care bill seen as pragmatic in changing Va. district
Expected to face a close election in November, congresswoman walks a fine line.
 
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PM Update: A few storms possible into evening, then lots of clouds and a few showers through the weekend
The worst of the weather is done, but it’ll be slow to turn much nicer.
 
Md. attorney general: Federal immigration detainers involve legal risks
Maryland’s attorney general advised local agencies that holding undocumented immigrants past their release dates could expose them to lawsuits for unconstitutional detention.
 
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Hurricane hunter planes are coming to Washington Tuesday, and you can tour them
On Tuesday, you can tour the aircraft from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at Reagan National Airport.
 
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