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  • Woman arrested after jumping White House barricade

    WASHINGTON — A woman has been arrested after jumping over a barricade in front of the White House on Friday evening, according to the U.S. Secret Service. The woman has not yet been identified, but…

  • Little girl shot in Southeast D.C.

    WASHINGTON — A girl who has been reported as young as 8 years old in age has been shot in Southeast D.C., according to the District’s Metropolitan police. The child was shot in the arm…

  • Driver who crashed car into Capitol barricade charged

    WASHINGTON — Streets are closed near the U.S. Capitol on Friday morning as the Capitol Police investigate a vehicle that struck the south barricade of the Capitol. CBS News reports that the car was speeding…

  • Rabbi’s prison sentence upheld for recording women at ritual bath

    WASHINGTON — The D.C. rabbi convicted of secretly video-recording 52 women preparing for a ritual bath has had his sentenced upheld in D.C. Superior Court. Barry Freundel, 63, was sentenced in May for the surreptitious…

  • Beer of the Week: Evil Twin Beavertown XXX Mild Ale

    You might not think of beer when your hear “XXX,” but you should!

  • Trump sues José Andrés over Old Post Office restaurant deal. We’ve got the suit.

    Donald Trump vowed to take action against chef José Andrés for abandoning their restaurant deal at the Old Post Office after the Republican presidential candidate made widely criticized comments on immigrants. On Friday, the Donald…

  • Judge gives lender 60 days to buy former presidential yacht

    DOVER, Del. (AP) — A Delaware judge has given a lender 60 days to buy the former presidential yacht Sequoia from its current owners. The 104-foot Sequoia, built in 1925, is the longest-serving presidential yacht…

  • Tony Bennett honored by DC university for commitment to arts

    WASHINGTON (AP) — George Washington University is honoring Tony Bennett and his wife with the university president’s medal for their commitment to the arts. University President Steven Knapp presented the honor Thursday night at the…

  • How tough is renting in D.C.? New data says it could be worse

    Renting an apartment in the D.C. area can be expensive – but don’t feel sorry for your wallets just yet. While Greater Washington is one of the top 10 metro areas for high rents, residents…

  • Study: Not enough teenagers are immunized against HPV

    WASHINGTON — It’s the only vaccine that can prevent cancer, but government statistics show far too many teenagers aren’t immunized against the human papillomavirus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says four out of…

  • Police: 4 people shot in D.C., 1 killed

    WASHINGTON — Police say four people were shot Thursday night and early Friday in three shooting incidents in D.C., and one man has died. Officers were called to the scene of a shooting in the…

  • Funeral being held for Cardinal Baum, 3rd Archbishop of DC

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A funeral Mass is being held for Cardinal William Wakefield Baum, who served as Archbishop of Washington from 1973 to 1980, and died July 23. The Mass is scheduled to begin Friday…

  • 7 more arrests made in D.C. prostitution crackdown

    WASHINGTON — Seven more arrests were made this week in D.C.’s prostitution crackdown. According to the Metropolitan Police Department, police began a prostitution enforcement operation on July 14. Between Wednesday and Thursday, police made seven…

  • Azarenka pulls out of Citi Open hard-court tournament in DC

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Former No. 1 and two-time major champion Victoria Azarenka has pulled out of next week’s Citi Open hard-court tournament because of an injured right shoulder. The tournament announced Azarenka’s withdrawal on Thursday,…

  • DC mayor, police chief discuss increase in crime

    WASHINGTON (AP) — District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser and Police Chief Cathy Lanier say they are confronting a spike in violent crime. D.C. officials announced at a news conference on Thursday that three arrests…