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Heavy rain drenches parts of the region overnight

Thunderstorms moved through the D.C. region late Tuesday and overnight, leading to thousands of power outages around the area. Scattered showers are expected to end by the morning rush hour, with Wednesday turning hot and humid. Follow the latest developments in WTOP's liveblog.

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Official: Prison chief, 11 others put on leave after escape

Officials would not say what connection, if any, the 12 had to the June 6 escape from the maximum-security prison or the failure to prevent it.

Long lines in Greece as banks reopen; new proposal weighed

As Greece’s leaders pushed new terms for a possible third bailout, they also struggled to cope with the consequences of shutting banks and the stock market this week.

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Would you stay in a 100 square foot hotel room? Micro-hotels are becoming more popular, and soon, two will open in D.C. A look at the trend and what to expect from the accommodations.

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The Fourth of July is a big weekend at the box office. Here’s our guide to what’s playing this holiday weekend.

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Updated: AFGE takes OPM to court over data breach

The largest federal employee union sues OPM on behalf of data-breach victims.

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