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  1. In the District, brace for a tougher commuteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Washington Post

    We're about to see whether one of my January predictions for 2015 will come true. If it does, that won't be a good thing for commuters.

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  2. Thip KhaoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | The Washington Post

    Khao poon num pa sai luad is one of the signature items at chef Sen Luangrath's Thip Khao. With the possible exception of the owner, no one was more eager to see Thip Khao open in the District than I. Laotian food, the restaurant's calling card, tugs at my heartstrings with its Thai references, sharp edges and a reliance on grilling and steaming over frying.

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  3. John Kerry misremembers quite a lotRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Washington Post

    Secretary of State Kerry testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington last year before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. My colleague Glenn Kessler recently did a masterful, four-Pinocchio takedown of Secretary of State John Kerry's entirely false claim that "Al Gore, Tim Wirth, and a group of us organized the first hearings in the Senate on [climate change], 1988. 2 comments

  4. Meeting to address concerns on I-66 HOT lanesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Washington Post

    Fixing traffic on I-66, seen here near Vienna, will require many changes involving the roadway and transit. Virginia's transportation officials have been doing a good job spreading the word about their plans for adding high-occupancy toll lanes on Interstate 66 , but that doesn't mean everyone likes what they're hearing.

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  5. Fear and loathing at the D.C. DMVRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Washington Post

    Depending on what your legal driving status is, this tale of florescent-lit hardship could function as a cautionary tale-or simply, as a reminder of how good you have it. Hold on tight to that license! I made the mistake last summer of letting my driver's license expire.

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  6. Walter Fauntroy's friends appeal for financial help for him and his wifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Washington Post

    Friends of Walter E. Fauntroy, the 82-year-old civil rights legend who has been overseas for the past three years, appealed to the public for donations to help him and his wife stave off foreclosure of their long-time Washington home. Fauntroy's associates, who appeared at a press conference Wednesday at the United Black Fund in Southeast Washington, said the retired pastor and former D.C. congressional delegate has been traveling abroad since early 2012 and is currently in Dubai, but won't come home.

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  7. Northerna s Bennett signs with HoyasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Washington Post

    Sarah Bennett is usually one of the first girls to settle into the packed dirt at Northern's softball diamond, welcoming the pitchers to practice with an open catcher's glove. As one of three Patriots seniors, Bennett will be the most experienced member of the battery for the winner of the last seven consecutive Maryland 3A titles .

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  8. Thip Khao review: It's fiery, it's Laotian, and it's welcomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Washington Post

    Khao poon num pa sai luad is one of the signature items at chef Sen Luangrath's Thip Khao. With the possible exception of the owner, no one was more eager to see Thip Khao open in the District than I. Laotian food, the restaurant's calling card, tugs at my heartstrings with its Thai references, sharp edges and a reliance on grilling and steaming over frying.

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  9. Whata s new in kitchensRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Washington Post

    The average cost of a major midrange kitchen remodel in the District is $57,536 , according to the 2015 Cost vs. Value report from Remodeling Magazine, returning to 2010 levels after a dip in costs . The reason for the District's dip? The government shutdown and sequestration may have caused people in the Washington region to save instead of spend, Editor-in-Chief Craig Webb said, forcing contractors and remodelers to drop their labor and overhead costs.

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  10. Bringing light and life to a rowhouse kitchenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Washington Post

    Lydia Pelliccia and Craig Schumpert have a standing lunch date. Around noon, one of them messages the other.

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  11. Think you know D.C. restaurants? Take our quiz to find out.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Washington Post

    Since coming above ground in 2011, this petite, graffiti-covered shop has been satiating ramen enthusiasts' needs in D.C.'s Atlas District. Between fancy cocktails at this subterranean bar off of 14th Street, take a moment to gawk at its NSFW bathroom wallpaper.

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  12. Report criticizes official who helped Dems with visa programRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Washington Post

    In this July 25, 2013 file photo, Alejandro Mayorkas, then-President Obama's nominee to become deputy secretary of the Homeland Security Department, testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington. A new inspector general's report has concluded that Mayorkas, now the No.

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  13. Cherry Blossoms, tourists, and more traffic problemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Washington Post

    Millions of tourists visit the National Mall every year. Many of them come on tour buses.

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  14. Dr. Gridlock: Rock Creek Parkway reopens after falling debrisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Washington Post

    After a lengthy closure to deal with falling debris from a bridge, Rock Creek Parkway has entirely reopened, D.C. police said. Part of Rock Creek Parkway continued to have delays near the area of P Street NW as crews worked there.

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  15. Report: Homeland Security official used improper influenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Washington Post

    In this July 25, 2013 file photo, Alejandro Mayorkas, then-President Obama's nominee to become deputy secretary of the Homeland Security Department, testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington. A new inspector general's report has concluded that Mayorkas, now the No.

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  16. Hillary Clinton promised a new relationship with the media. But she was kidding.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Washington Post

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton chats with those around her during a ceremony to induct her into the Irish America Hall of Fame on March 16, 2015 in New York City. "I am all about new beginnings," Hillary Clinton said at event honoring the late New York Times Robin Toner Monday night in Washington .

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  17. Pota s legal in D.C., but still taboo on official Washingtona s social sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Washington Post

    Now that it's legal to smoke pot in the District, lighting up at parties is no longer just for those few bold folks huddled on the back patio. While smoking may be coming out of the shadows in some venues, don't look for it anytime soon at soirees where Official Washington mingles.

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  18. What Ted Cruza s media blitz Tuesday tells us about his campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Washington Post

    GOP Sen. Ted Cruz announced his candidacy for a presidential bid at Liberty University Monday. Newly-minted Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz made an aggressive swing through mainstream and conservative media Tuesday morning, portraying himself as a GOP truth-teller while describing a strategy that relies on bringing together a broad coalition of conservatives.

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  19. Part of Rock Creek Parkway closedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Washington Post

    Part of Rock Creek Parkway in Northwest Washington is closed Tuesday morning because bricks are falling off a bridge in the area of P Street. The parkway is closed in the southbound direction.

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  20. 5He's the celebrity chef, but she's running the showRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | The Washington Post

    Restaurateur Maria Trabocchi, center, visits with diners at Fiola Mare, the Georgetown restaurant she owns with her husband, Fabio. Her tableside chatter and quick welcomes at the front of the house hark back to another era of hospitality.

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