They have been impersonating federal agents since early 2020, the FBI says. They allegedly offered favors to several Secret Service agents, including one assigned to the first lady's detail.
The planned three-day strike was called off early Wednesday after the faculty union and the Washington, D.C., university's administration reached a tentative agreement.
Washington, D.C., is considered the highest-risk place for COVID infection in the nation. Data shows D.C. had 1,192 new cases per day and 169 cases per 100,000 in the seven-day period ending Monday.
The decision marks a rebuke to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who according to U.S. intelligence approved the killing of the former Washington Post journalist and critic of Saudi policy.
During the pandemic, people are using the green space in Dupont Circle, a historic traffic circle downtown, for picnicking and dancing. Parks across D.C. are drawing crowds normally seen on weekends.
Airbnb is known for offering short stays in someone else's home, but now more people are using it for a month or more. Those longer stays can bring frustrations and weirdness.
Raymond Holton, 74, was found alive and well in his apartment at a senior living center when building inspectors showed up to assess damage from Wednesday's fire.
Some sprout from the cities and states they rep for; others are outsiders, held up in pride by a sister community. NPR's American Anthem series continues with a list of place-based bangers.
Rent, royalties and the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., kept money flowing in 2017.
NPR's Scott Simon reflects on the hatred expressed online for three African-American high school girls who entered a science competition.