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Threat allegations keep Coast Guard officer jailed

GREENBELT, Md. (AP) — A Coast Guard lieutenant accused of being a white supremacist who stockpiled guns and compiled a hit list of prominent Democrats will remain detained in federal custody after his arrest.

BOSTON GLOBE

Maryland Doctor Accused Of Sex Misconduct Loses License

BALTIMORE (AP) — A Maryland allergy doctor has lost his license over what the state Board of Physicians determined was immoral and sexual misconduct with three teenage girls.

CBSLOCAL.COM

College Park Weather Forecast For The Weekend Ahead

COLLEGE PARK, MD — Time for your weekend weather forecast, as reported by Darksky. Mostly cloudy throughout the day. Overcast throughout the day. Rain starting in the afternoon.

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No slam dunk for Covington Catholic student in suit against Washington Post

Nicholas Sandmann’s $250 million defamation lawsuit against the Washington Post may not be a slam dunk for the Covington Catholic High School student, despite having garnered headlines and the attention of the president of the United States.

WASHINGTON EXAMINER

A legal test for the Bladensburg Peace Cross

In 1919 the political landscape of Europe had been drastically rearranged, the United States had emerged from relative isolation onto the world scene, and the western world was in shock at the unprecedented scale of the carnage that the Great War had left in its wake. Amid the victory celebrations i

ACTON INSTITUTE

Tearing Down America’s Noble Past

COMMENTARY: The Supreme Court will hear the case of the Bladensburg Peace Cross Feb. 27. More is at stake than just one monument. Monuments are an important part of our civil religion. They tell us who we are and what we should honor. That’s why the debate over the Confederate statues has aroused su

NCREGISTER.COM

Part of Yellow Line shut down again this weekend

WASHINGTON — There are no Yellow Line trains Saturday or Sunday north of Reagan National Airport. It is the second-consecutive weekend with the Yellow Line bridge over the Potomac shut down. This weekend, it is for cellphone cable and radio installation work between Pentagon and L’Enfant Plaza.

WTOP

Missing teen boy last seen nearly a week ago in Northeast DC, police say

WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Authorities are searching for a missing 16-year-old boy who was last seen five days ago in Northeast Washington. Derrick Spaulding was last seen on Feb. 16 in the 100 block of Michigan Avenue, NE.

WJLA

Lidl aims to make grocery shopping affordable in College Park

Lidl, a German grocery store chain, is set to open its second Maryland location on Route 1 in the next few months. Similar to Aldi, an international discount grocery story with locations in College Park and Hyattsville, Lidl will offer affordable grocery prices to an area where most residents get th

DBKNEWS.COM

Suspect Sought in a Burglary Two of an Establishment Offense: 1000 Block of H Street, Northeast

This is a news release from the Washington Metropolitan Police Dept., provided verbatim. Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s First District seek the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect in reference to a Burglary Two of an Establishment offense that occurred on Wednesday, Fe

FAIRFAXNEWS.COM

Lions fete seniors, host Buffs

UNIVERSITY PARK — For Penn State wrestling fans, Sunday’s 2 p.m. season finale against Buffalo will surely be bittersweet. Another Rec Hall sell-out crowd will be treated to one last performance by the three-time defending NCAA champions. What promises to be a lopsided win over the Bulls will likely

SENTINEL

Maryland State Government Hiring For Over 380 Job Openings

MARYLAND (WJZ) — The Maryland State Government announced Thursday afternoon that it has over 380 job openings throughout the state in a wide variety of career fields. The positions range from administrative, to clerical, law enforcement to health care, and positions in automotive and human services.

CBSLOCAL.COM

US Coast Guard Lieutenant Accused of Planning Large-Scale Killings of Civilians

A lieutenant at U.S. Coast Guard headquarters in Washington, D.C., is under arrest for weapons violations and stands accused of plotting a major attack and creating a list of targets who are Democrats and media personalities.

NBC WASHINGTON

Chaos In DC Neighborhood As Shots Ring Out: Report

WASHINGTON, DC -- It was a chaotic scene in the Shaw neighborhood in D.C. Wednesday night after someone started shooting near the Giant there, according to a report. Popville, citing local residents, reported that around five to 10 gunshots were heart near the Giant on 7th Street NW shortly before m

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Passenger in Bowie crash dies, bringing death toll to six

A single-vehicle crash in Bowie on Feb. 2 that claimed the lives of five children has now claimed one more life, according to Maryland State Police. Police said Cornell D. Simon, 23, of Oxon Hill, died from his injuries on Feb. 15. They are still investigating the cause of the crash, in which a van

CAPITALGAZETTE.COM

Police: Man struck by vehicle in Northeast DC

WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - A man was struck by a vehicle in Northeast D.C. Wednesday evening, police say. The incident happened in the 5000 block of North Capitol Street, NE, at around 6:30 p.m.

FOX5DC.COM

Watch Pandas Play In The Snow At National Zoo In DC (Video)

WASHINGTON, DC -- There's nothing more adorable than pandas frolicking in the snow, and fortunately for us, there's video of exactly that at the National Zoo in D.C. after Wednesday's snowfall.

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Police Investigate 'Possible Threat' To Arlington School

ARLINGTON, VA -- There was an increased police presence at an Arlington high school earlier this week over a "possible threat," police said. Police conducted an overnight investigation into "rumors of a possible threat to Bishop O'Connell High School" and there was an increased police presence at th

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Maryland Tax Day set for Saturday at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa

The AARP Foundation's Tax-Aide program is holding its 12th annual Maryland Tax Day on Saturday at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa. Tax services will be provided from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at Mountain Christian’s New Life Center. No prior appointment is required, and tax returns will be prepared o

BALTIMORE SUN

Police Need Help Identifying Men Involved in Theft From Vehicle

Detectives from the Wheaton police district need help identifying two men involved in a theft from a vehicle. The incident occurred on the morning of January 29th at the Aspen Hill Club in Silver Spring. According to police, the two men broke into a vehicle parked at the club.

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