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  1. In Washington, a Fight to Decriminalize Prostitution Divides Allies U.S., Today

    Supporters say a bill being considered by the City Council in the nation’s capital would protect prostitutes. Critics say it would be a boon to sex traffickers.

  2. $750,000 Homes in Louisiana, the District of Columbia and New York Real Estate, Yesterday

    An 1836 house in New Orleans, a condo in a converted Gothic Revival church in Washington and a clapboard farmhouse on six acres in the Hudson Valley.

  3. What You Get for $750,000 Slideshow, Yesterday

    An 1836 house in New Orleans; a condo in a converted Gothic Revival church in Washington; and a clapboard farmhouse on six acres in upstate New York.

  4. Trump Stuns Grieving Britons: Meet the Suspect in Your Son’s Death World, Yesterday

    At the White House, the parents of Harry Dunn were told that the woman they want to hold accountable for his death in a car crash was in an adjoining room.

  5. The Effort to Discredit the U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Podcasts, October 15

    While fighting corruption in Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch found herself at odds with forces loyal to President Trump — and then out of a job.

  6. Columbus Day or Indigenous Peoples’ Day? Depends Where You Are U.S., October 13

    In the past year, at least five states and numerous cities and towns have joined a long list of places to formally recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day.

  7. In ‘Verrocchio,’ Leonardo’s Master Is the Star Arts, October 10

    A sparkling show at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., reintroduces the Florentine sculptor who set the bar for virtuosity.

  8. Will Puerto Rico Still Be Allowed to Govern Itself? Opinion, October 9

    The Supreme Court will consider that question next week.

  9. Jumbo Shrimp and Lobster Tails: D.C.’s Fund-Raising Hot Spots U.S., October 5

    Political campaigns spend a small fortune on food, drink, staff and other fees when they raise money in the nation’s capital. These are the top 11 spots.

  10. Washington Arena to Offer Hockey, Hoops and Sports Betting Sports, October 3

    The Capital One Arena, home to the N.B.A.’s Wizards and N.H.L.’s Capitals, will be the first major team sports facility in the United States to have a betting parlor.

  11. Isn’t It Fall Yet? 90-Degree Heat Scorches Much of the Nation on Oct. 1 U.S., October 1

    Unseasonably hot, humid weather dominated across the South, the Ohio Valley and the Middle Atlantic states on Tuesday, breaking records and closing some schools.

  12. Murder Rate Drops Across U.S., but Not in All Large Cities U.S., September 30

    The decline in killings and property crimes in 2018 continues a decades-long trend, according to F.B.I. data.

  13. 14 Answers to the Impeachment Inquiry, and What May Come Next Reader Center, September 26

    Our journalists in Washington responded to readers’ questions about the Ukraine dispute and the impeachment process.

  14. Robert Boyd, Journalist Whose Reporting Shifted an Election, Dies at 91 Business, September 25

    He shared a Pulitzer for detailing how George McGovern’s initial running mate in 1972 had undergone electroshock therapy for depression.

  15. Climate Protesters Snarl Traffic but Washington Still Goes to Work Climate, September 23

    A coalition of climate protesters tried to shut down the streets of Washington.

  16. Climate Protesters Snarl Traffic but Washington Still Goes to Work Climate, September 23

    A coalition of climate protesters tried to shut down the streets of Washington.

  17. Climate Protesters Snarl Traffic but Washington Still Goes to Work Climate, September 23

    A coalition of climate protesters tried to shut down the streets of Washington.

  18. For D.C. Statehood Advocates, a Hearing Marks Another Step Forward U.S., September 19

    With Democrats in control, the House gave the long-suffering movement for statehood a hearing for the first time in more than 20 years.