Photos of the week: May 18-25

Here are photos from stories that happened last week.

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A tornado touched down in Howard County, Maryland, on Thursday, May 23, 2019. (Courtesy Howard County Fire and EMS)
A tornado touched down in Howard County, Maryland, on Thursday, May 23, 2019. (Courtesy Howard County Fire and EMS) (Courtesy Howard County Fire and EMS)
Leroy Tonic, middle, is surrounded by his family and members of the D.C. council on Friday, May 24, 2019. From left, D.C. Council Chair Phil Mendelson, Haleem Tonic, Bernadette Barnett, Leroy Tonic, Taenia Tonic, D.C. spokesman Josh Gibson and Leroy Milton Tonic Jr.(WTOP/Kristi King)
Surrounded by loved ones he didn’t expect to see gathered at the Wilson Building, Leroy Tonic, 95, was celebrated and honored on Friday as the last-surviving D.C. government employee who served in World War II. From left, D.C. Council Chair Phil Mendelson, Haleem Tonic, Bernadette Barnett, Leroy Tonic, Taenia Tonic, D.C. spokesman Josh Gibson and Leroy Milton Tonic Jr.(WTOP/Kristi King) (WTOP/Kristi King)
Nationals star left-handed pitcher Patrick Corbin poses with little leaguers. (WTOP/Dick Uliano)
Nationals star left-handed pitcher Patrick Corbin poses with little leaguers. (WTOP/Dick Uliano) (WTOP/Dick Uliano)
People are eager to explore the city on bikes without the hassle of city traffic to slow them down. (WTOP/Melissa Howell)
The fourth annual D.C. Bike Ride shut down 20 miles of city streets so cyclists could take in views of the District on routes that would usually be thronged with cars. People are eager to explore the city on bikes without the hassle of city traffic to slow them down. (WTOP/Melissa Howell) (WTOP/Melissa Howell)
 Organizers said the crowd was 3,000 strong. (WTOP/Keara Dowd)
Thousands of people grabbed their yoga mats and took to the Lincoln Memorial for Yoga on the Mall. Organizers said the crowd was 3,000 strong. (WTOP/Keara Dowd) (WTOP/Keara Dowd)
Photo of the tree that fell onto a house in Potomac, Maryland. (WTOP/Nick Iannelli)
What a surprise for an 11-year-old boy when a tree fell onto his family’s home in Potomac, right into his bedroom. He was not hurt. Photo of the tree that fell onto a house in Potomac, Maryland. (WTOP/Nick Iannelli) (WTOP/Nick Iannelli )
The Bayly Cabin has long been believed to have been used as slave quarters, and recent archaeological work has confirmed that families once lived in the cramped cabin. (Courtesy Dorchester County)
The Bayly Cabin has long been believed to have been used as slave quarters, and recent archaeological work has confirmed that families once lived in the cramped cabin. (Courtesy Dorchester County) (Courtesy Dorchester County)
Crews lift the fallen mulberry tree on the grounds of the Washington Monument. (Courtesy National Park Service)
Crews lift the fallen mulberry tree on the grounds of the Washington Monument. (Courtesy National Park Service) (Courtesy National Park Service)
Donald Trump
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump visit Arlington National Cemetery for the annual Flags In ceremony ahead of Memorial Day Thursday, May 23, 2019, in Arlington, Va. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) (AP/Andrew Harnik)
Ben King, founder and president of the veteran’s organizations Armor Down and the Mindful Memorial Day Foundation, said he hopes this keeps the names of the fallen alive and gives visitors a chance to "offer a mindful moment of gratitude." (Courtesy Mindful Memorial Day Foundation)
Ben King, founder and president of the veteran’s organizations Armor Down and the Mindful Memorial Day Foundation, said he hopes this keeps the names of the fallen alive and gives visitors a chance to “offer a mindful moment of gratitude.” (Courtesy Mindful Memorial Day Foundation) (Courtesy Mindful Memorial Day Foundation)
Quintin Paschall, Morehouse College class of 2019, will be teaching I the fall. He says being relieved of student debt means “I’ll be able to give that much more to my students.” (Courtesy Quintin Paschall)
Quintin Paschall, Morehouse College class of 2019, will be teaching I the fall. He says being relieved of student debt means “I’ll be able to give that much more to my students.” (Courtesy Quintin Paschall) (Courtesy Quintin Paschall)
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A tornado touched down in Howard County, Maryland, on Thursday, May 23, 2019. (Courtesy Howard County Fire and EMS)
Leroy Tonic, middle, is surrounded by his family and members of the D.C. council on Friday, May 24, 2019. From left, D.C. Council Chair Phil Mendelson, Haleem Tonic, Bernadette Barnett, Leroy Tonic, Taenia Tonic, D.C. spokesman Josh Gibson and Leroy Milton Tonic Jr.(WTOP/Kristi King)
Nationals star left-handed pitcher Patrick Corbin poses with little leaguers. (WTOP/Dick Uliano)
People are eager to explore the city on bikes without the hassle of city traffic to slow them down. (WTOP/Melissa Howell)
 Organizers said the crowd was 3,000 strong. (WTOP/Keara Dowd)
Photo of the tree that fell onto a house in Potomac, Maryland. (WTOP/Nick Iannelli)
The Bayly Cabin has long been believed to have been used as slave quarters, and recent archaeological work has confirmed that families once lived in the cramped cabin. (Courtesy Dorchester County)
Crews lift the fallen mulberry tree on the grounds of the Washington Monument. (Courtesy National Park Service)
Donald Trump
Ben King, founder and president of the veteran’s organizations Armor Down and the Mindful Memorial Day Foundation, said he hopes this keeps the names of the fallen alive and gives visitors a chance to "offer a mindful moment of gratitude." (Courtesy Mindful Memorial Day Foundation)
Quintin Paschall, Morehouse College class of 2019, will be teaching I the fall. He says being relieved of student debt means “I’ll be able to give that much more to my students.” (Courtesy Quintin Paschall)

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