Part of I-95 blocked after crash

            Renters thought a CDC order protected them from eviction. Then landlords found loopholes.

            The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's eviction moratorium went into effect in September to help protect people from the novel coronavirus. But it has a loophole that allows landlords to continue evicting tenants.

            Most scooter injuries in D.C. region happen on sidewalks, study says

            Nearly 3 out of 5 scooter riders who were hospitalized in the nation’s capital last year were injured riding on the sidewalk.
            Students venting on Jodel, which is widely used at the Virginia Military Institute, offer an unfiltered glimpse of bigotry at the state-supported military school.
            The decrimininalizaiton initiative has the support of at least three council members and several council candidates.
            As in-person voting begins in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, Hubbard, 72, will be the site coordinator at Ballou High School.
            After George Floyd's killing, Linda Harris was inspired to retrace Tubman’s journey from Cambridge, Md., to Kennett Square, Pa. She found some kindred spirits.
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            Bethesda self-storage development draws ire from activists who say there are remains on the site from River Road Moses Cemetery.

            A persistently cloudy period continues today and tomorrow with temperatures in the comfortable 60s.
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            Car left the road early Monday, police say,
            Police said the attacker was involved in two shootings. The officer has been treated and released from a hospital.
            First incident about 2 p.m. on Upton Street in upper NW, according to police.
            Car crashed, burst into flames in Manassas Park, according to police.
            Record number of voters waited hours to cast ballots, despite coronavirus pandemic
            These Black women and girls say it’s not too late — because voting in this election means planning for one.
            Javaid Perwaiz, who worked in Virginia for decades, is on trial in federal court in Norfolk.
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            City officials are shifting millions of dollars unspent by other agencies while seeking additional funding from the federal government.
            Those who plan to vote in person on Election Day are more likely to support President Trump, according to the poll.
            The campus will add on-campus housing and offer more in-person classes.
            Don and Margaret have plenty to talk about, including the romance they rekindled.
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            D.C.-area forecast: Slightly warm with clingy clouds; heavy Zeta rains possible by Thursday

            A persistently cloudy period continues today and tomorrow with temperatures in the comfortable 60s.
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