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Baltimore mayor calls for peace after protests

“At the end of the day we are one Baltimore,” said Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, calling on protesters to be peaceful as they demonstrate against the death of Freddie Gray. On Sunday, police said 34 protesters were arrested and six officers suffered minor injuries.

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Tsarnaev’s life on line as defense argues against execution

Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s life is on the line as his lawyers return to federal court to make their case that he should be spared the death penalty.

Rescuers struggle to reach many in Nepal quake

The death toll from Nepal’s earthquake soared past 3,300 Monday. Reports received by aid groups suggest that many mountainside communities are devastated.

Local teens compete for a chance to win 20K

Local teens are prepping for a major national competition that kicks off this week. Only, their training doesn’t involve carb loading, stretching and weight training.

One sweep surprise for the Wizards

How did the Wizards reverse course and pull off the first sweep in franchise playoff history? Breaking down the keys to Washington’s success.

DC Funk Parade returns to U Street

The second annual D.C. Funk Parade brings food, drink, dance and live music.

How your old CDs and DVDs can save the enviroment

Scientists have come up with a way to fight climate change using discarded CDs and DVDs.

Start your weekend right with WTOP Freebies

Festivals, movies and shirts. Check out all there is to offer around the area.

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