1. A Year After Charlottesville, Disarray in the White Supremacist Movement National, Yesterday

    “It was a dead-enders event from the get-go.” The alt-right’s sparse turnout at a Washington rally on Sunday illustrated a fracturing within the movement.

  2. Rally by White Nationalists Was Over Almost Before It Began Washington, August 12

    Angry counterprotesters far outnumbered the small band of far-right demonstrators who turned out in Washington, and then quickly dispersed, on the anniversary of the violent Charlottesville rally.

  3. White Nationalists and Counterprotesters Rally in Washington, D.C. Video, August 12

    Thousands of people confronted a small group of white nationalists near the White House on Sunday. In Charlottesville, Va., a gathering honored Heather Heyer, who was killed there a year ago when a man who espoused white supremacist views rammed his car into a crowd of protesters.

  4. Before ‘Unite the Right’ Rally, Trump Does Not Condemn Supremacists Washington, August 11

    President Trump issued a general call for unity a year after the violence in Charlottesville, Va., saying that he condemns “all types of racism and acts of violence.”

  5. Washington Primary Election Results Interactive, August 7

    See full results and maps from the Washington primaries.

  6. Paul Manafort’s Trial Starts Tuesday. Here Are the Charges and the Stakes. Washington, July 29

    Questions about Russian involvement in President Trump’s 2016 campaign are not on the docket but hang heavily over the proceedings.

  7. In Ruling Against Trump, Judge Defines Anticorruption Clauses in Constitution for First Time Washington, July 25

    A federal judge ruled that the case, which argues that Mr. Trump is improperly benefiting from his company’s Washington hotel, should be allowed to proceed.

  8. Jeff Sessions Laughs and Echoes ‘Lock Her Up’ Chant With Conservative High Schoolers Express, July 24

    The attorney general laughingly repeated the phrase, used during the 2016 campaign to call for jailing Hillary Clinton, after audience members began the chant.

  9. Eaton, a Liberal Clubhouse, Opening Close to Trump’s Styles, July 20

    In Washington, D.C., a new venture from the Langham hotel scion Katherine Lo.

  10. Trading the Cocktail Shaker for the Still Dining, July 20

    Todd Thrasher, a bartender who found regional acclaim in suburban Washington, branches out with a rum distillery at the Wharf in D.C.

  11. A $1.5 Million Plan to Count Every Cat in Washington, House Cats Included Express, July 19

    The researchers intend to count not just strays and feral cats, but also every house cat over the next three years.

  12. Judge Denies Paul Manafort’s Request to Move Trial Away From Washington Express, July 17

    President Trump’s former campaign chairman will be tried in Alexandria, Va., in what is scheduled to be the first of two criminal trials.

  13. He Preyed on Men Who Wanted to Be Priests. Then He Became a Cardinal. National, July 16

    Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick was removed from ministry last month for sexually abusing an altar boy. But for decades, the church overlooked his harassment of adult seminarians.