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  1. Riots Long Ago, Luxury Living Today Upshot, July 10

    High-end development has transformed some Black neighborhoods decades after they were scarred by unrest. And not by coincidence.

  2. When Washington Helped Small Business, Washington Was Helped Washington, July 7

    The loan program to help firms keep paying their workers had many beneficiaries. Among them was the capital’s permanent political class.

  3. I’m a Direct Descendant of Thomas Jefferson. Take Down His Memorial. Op Ed, July 6

    Monticello is shrine enough for a man who wrote that “all men are created equal” and yet never did much to make those words come true.

  4. As Coronavirus Cases Rise, the Federal Work Force Heads Back to the Office Washington, July 6

    Federal employees are being ushered back to office buildings under inconsistent and conflicting reopening plans, against the wishes of leaders in the nation’s capital.

  5. FedEx Joins Push for Washington Redskins to Be Renamed Express, July 2

    The shipping giant paid $205 million for the naming rights to FedEx Field under a sponsorship deal that began in 1999.

  6. ‘Liberty Bell’ Tolls for Sites Where History Is Alive and Kicking Weekend, July 2

    Nancy Baker Cahill uses augmented reality to explore the meaning of historical sites from the Rockaways in New York to Selma, Ala. Is public art embellishing our heritage, or defacing it?

  7. Allen Lew, a Virtuoso Builder of Public Works, Dies at 69 Obits, July 1

    He bypassed red tape and erected stadiums, schools, hospitals and convention centers in Washington and New York. Mr. Lew died of the novel coronavirus.

  8. Activists Push for Removal of Statue of Freed Slave Kneeling Before Lincoln Washington, June 27

    The Emancipation Memorial, intended to commemorate the end of slavery, has prompted a thorny debate over what the interaction between the two figures conveys.

  9. In Historic Vote, House Approves Statehood for the District of Columbia Washington, June 26

    It is the first time a chamber of Congress has approved establishing the nation’s capital as the 51st state. The measure is all but certain to die in the Republican-led Senate.

  10. In Historic Vote, House Approves Statehood for the District of Columbia Washington, June 26

    It is the first time a chamber of Congress has approved establishing the nation’s capital as the 51st state. The measure is all but certain to die in the Republican-led Senate.

  11. Protesters in Washington Try to Topple Andrew Jackson Statue Video, June 22

    Just steps from the White House in Lafayette Square, a group of protesters clashed with officers as they sought to clear out the park.

  12. White House Eases Virus Restrictions Except for Those Around Trump Washington, June 22

    Every staff member and guest in contact with President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will still have their temperatures taken, be asked their symptom histories and be tested for the coronavirus.

  13. Air Force Investigates Military Planes That Monitored Protesters Washington, June 18

    The Air Force inspector general is examining whether secretive National Guard surveillance aircraft improperly monitored demonstrators in Washington and Minneapolis.

  14. After Federal Crackdown on Protests, House Will Vote on Making D.C. a State Washington, June 16

    Democratic leaders announced a vote on June 26 on granting statehood to the District of Columbia, the first such action in more than 25 years.

  15. Live Analysis: June 2 Election Results Interactive, June 2

    Follow live coverage and analysis from Times reporters.

  16. Live Primary Election Results: Iowa, New Mexico, Pennsylvania and More Races to Watch Interactive, June 2

    Get the latest primary results from Iowa, New Mexico, Pennsylvania and more.

  17. District of Columbia Coronavirus Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed chart shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak.