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Go Home Already: D.C. Schools Remain Highly Segregated


(image) You can now read some spring-centric haikus around Golden Triangle, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Report: March Is Coming With Milder-Than-Normal Temperatures


(image) Temperatures will average four to six degrees warmer than normal, according to the Capital Weather Gang. [ more › ]

14 Of Our Favorite Events In D.C. This Week


(image) A go-go lesson, plenty of laughs, liars, and more to get you through the week. [ more › ]

D.C. Autonomy Foe Andy Harris Is Hosting A Town Hall Meeting


(image) It's happening March 31 in Easton, Md. [ more › ]

Police Arrest Two In Fatal Shooting Of D.C. Rapper Swipey


(image) Detectives believe there are additional suspects in the case. [ more › ]

Flying V's 'Brother Mario' Isn't Just For Nintendo Fans


(image) There's real pathos behind these seemingly two-dimensional characters. [ more › ]

Bomb Threats Reported At Jewish Schools In Rockville, Fairfax


(image) "This is a continuing and very disturbing pattern that we've seen in the past number of weeks." [ more › ]

Report: Some Federal Employees Watched Lots Of Porn On The Job


(image) One person told investigators, "When I am working hard, I go to these images to take a mental break," according to NBC Washington. [ more › ]

The Stress Squashing Toys You Need At Your Desk


(image) Work stress happens - that's why you need the help of these handy desk toys. [ more › ]

Happy First Birthday To The D.C. Streetcar


(image) In its first year, the average daily ridership was 2,751, with 906,000 total passengers, according to DDOT. [ more › ]

Savoy Elementary Reopened Today After Bed Bug And Rodent Problem


The Southeast elementary school was closed for three weeks as it underwent a "deep cleaning." [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Inside An Exclusive D.C. Dog Park


(image) A basketball game between D.C. police and high school students, and more news. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Panda


(image) The panda is gone, again. Tearing up our hearts, again. Thanks a lot, China. [ more › ]

Federal Government Is Soliciting Ideas For Border Wall With Mexico


(image) "We're building the wall," President Donald Trump said Friday. "In fact it's going to start very soon. Way ahead of schedule. It's way, way, way ahead of schedule." [ more › ]

As Spicer Promises A Pot Crackdown, Local Activists Double Down With Plans To Smoke At The Capitol


(image) The way that Initiative 71 has been enacted may actually render the city less likely to be targeted under the Trump administration. [ more › ]

White House Bans Major News Outlets From Press Briefing


(image) CNN, The New York Times, Politico, BuzzFeed, the Daily Mail, BBC, the Los Angeles Times, and the New York Daily News were among the outlets not permitted. [ more › ]

Bao Who? Look At This Adorable New Porcupette Instead


(image) When one animal is shipped to China, another is born at the National Zoo. [ more › ]

Jordan Peele's Racially Charged Horror Movie 'Get Out' Is No Joke


(image) The comedian's directorial debut turns Guess Who's Coming To Dinner into The Wicker Man. [ more › ]

There's A Dance Party To Celebrate Trans Youth Outside The White House Friday Night


(image) "It's a shame that this administration is attacking children. It's so petty. How petty can you be?" [ more › ]

How to Eat Your Way Through D.C. This Week


(image) Choices this week range from Mardi Gras extravaganzas to mezcal sipping and ramen slurping. [ more › ]

Conspiracy Theory Graffiti Found On D.C. Memorials Also Spotted In Boston


(image) U.S. Park Police officials have reached out to the Boston Police Department as part of their investigation. [ more › ]

Dish of the Week: Shakshuka


(image) Shakshuka's origin is up for debate. That it's a delicious dish, is not. [ more › ]

One Man Dead, Two Police Officers Wounded After Shooting In Trinidad


(image) Interim D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham said that a weapon was recovered on the scene last night, which he believes belongs to the diseased suspect. [ more › ]

Bowser Stands Behind Former Mayor Williams, Despite His Support Of DeVos


(image) Council Education Committee Chair David Grosso called for Bowser to remove him. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Two Eagle Eggs Are Now Incubating In The Arboretum


(image) Plus, "polar" plunge is planned for this weekend, residents are still fighting the development of a huge complex in Brookland, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Finally Launch Your Business With Help From This Silicon Valley Mentor


(image) Get the mentorship you need to navigate your way through the twists and turns of entrepreneurship. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Maryland Giraffe Gets (Boring) Name


(image) And more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

After Testing Error, D.C. Lab Receives Seven More False Negative Zika Tests


(image) So far, there are nine total false negative results—all from women who were pregnant when they first tested with the Department of Forensic Sciences Public Health. [ more › ]

According To Plants, Spring Is Here ... 22 Days Early


(image) The National Mall's earliest-blooming trees flowered more than a week ago. [ more › ]

More Than 50 Couples Have Already Signed Up To Get Married At &pizza


(image) The fast casual spot's Pi Day tradition is rising faster than pizza dough. [ more › ]

A 90-Minute Cat Video Is Your Top Movie Pick This Week


(image) And don't miss 35mm prints of Taste of Cherry, Certified Copy, and Kansas City. [ more › ]

Weekend Picks: 9 Things To Do In And Around D.C.


(image) Get chilly at Ice Yards, warm up with ramen, and more! [ more › ]

Where to Find D.C.'s Best Gooey, Indulgent Mac and Cheese


(image) Ditch the boxed stuff and read on for our picks on the best mac and cheese dishes in the area. [ more › ]

Some Of D.C.'s Most Celebrated Musicians Will Rock The Stacks For DCPL


(image) Rock The Stacks For DCPL"/> An album and benefit concert feature well-known and up-and-coming names from D.C.'s rich music scene. [ more › ]

Mayor Bowser Names Peter Newsham D.C. Police Chief


(image) Newsham says he'll be "committed to unbiased, fair, and constitutional policing, and everyone will know it—not just because we say it but because we do it." [ more › ]

Trump Administration Officially Revokes Trans Student Protections


(image) They said they need to study the issue more. [ more › ]

Advocates Say Some Mental Health Patients Aren’t Being Adequately Served Amid Policy Changes


(image) The Department of Behavioral Health has limited funding for transitional mental health services provided to individuals who do not have Medicaid, are institutionalized in city-run facilities, or both. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: The Metro Escalators Might Talk To You


(image) Public charter school teachers want to form a union, eviction companies hiring the homeless at illegal rates, and more news. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Rex Tillerson Buys A Home In Kalorama


(image) A Louis C.K. show that was filmed in D.C. will air on Netflix, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]