D.C. Headlines: Trump’s budget would m ean double whammy for Washington region

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Proposed White House spending cuts would strain local budgets at the same time that the area economy suffers.
 
 
 
Amanda Voisard / For the Washington Post
Trump’s budget would mean double whammy for Washington region
Proposed White House spending cuts would strain local budgets at the same time that the area economy suffers.
By Robert McCartney, Aaron C. Davis and Josh Hicks •  Read more »
What first-time millennial buyers need to know about the spring housing market
If you want to buy in Washington’s competitive market, you should make sure your credit is in order and explore all of the financing options available to you. There are many assistance programs at the federal, state and local levels that support first-time home buyers.
By Jon Coile •  Read more »
 
D.C. man arrested in kidnapping in LeDroit Park/Bloomingdale area
Police received a call indicating that two women were being held against their will in a house on Elm Street NW.
By Martin Weil •  Read more »
Man claiming a bomb was in car arrested at White House Saturday
The incident was second at the White House in a day.
By Martin Weil •  Read more »
 
Secret Service: Driver of suspicious-looking car detained at checkpoint near White House
An “on-going criminal investigation” was underway after a motorist drove a vehicle that appeared to be suspicious up to a checkpoint near the White House, authorities said.
By Martin Weil •  Read more »
 
Equinox is on Monday, maybe spring will show up, too
Last week was raw, but Saturday was warm; a sign?
By Martin Weil •  Read more »
Your guide to navigating the annual Cherry Blossom Festival
These tips should help commuters and visitors control their stress for weeks to come.
By Robert Thomson •  Read more »
 
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District firefighters handle Kalorama-area fire
No injuries were reported in the fire in a basement apartment in the two-and-one-half story building in the 2300 block of Ashmead Place NW.
By Clarence Williams •  Read more »
 
Two men shot on Southern Avenue SE
Conditions said not life-threatening.
By Clarence Williams •  Read more »
White House fence jumper roamed grounds for more than 16 minutes before arrest
Secret Service did not detail lapses that enabled man to get close to the mansion’s entrance.
By Spencer S. Hsu and Devlin Barrett •  Read more »
 
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Once a major D.C. record chain, Kemp Mill Music is closing its last location
The gospel and go-go haven lost its lease and is saying goodbye.
By Justin Wm. Moyer •  Read more »
 
Five women who may have been infected with Zika, but were told by D.C. they were healthy, have given birth
D.C.’s public-health lab botched Zika testing last year; final tally of infected not yet clear.
By Aaron C. Davis •  Read more »
 
Cold snap kills nearly half of cherry blossoms, pushing back peak bloom date
But, the National Park Service said, it could have been worse.
By Perry Stein •  Read more »
 
 
 
 
 
 
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