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1 2 injured in car crash into statue at DC’s Lincoln Park
2 Today in History
3 ‘Tacky Lights Tour’ will look different due to coronavirus
4 Takeout remains popular option in DC for Thanksgiving during pandemic
5 DC walks back parts of Phase 2 coronavirus reopening
6 Weekend Road and Rail: Blue Line shutdown; roadwork reduced
7 Turkey police? State deploys cops to quash super-spreader events over the holiday
8 More reports of shots-fired this year around Alexandria
9 2 Virginia Metro stations to close until March
10 Montgomery Co. clarifies new restrictions ahead of Thanksgiving
11 3 injured in Anne Arundel County shooting
12 Thanksgiving travelers try to reach destinations, miss virus
13 WTOP Top Kid: How a Rockville teen went from robotics to making PPE for COVID workers
14 Tentative $250 million settlement reached in Purple Line dispute
15 Metro sidelines 6000-series fleet after 2nd car-separation incident
16 ZooLights 2020 FAQ: What you need to know
17 Small Business Saturday: Amid pandemic, small businesses hope to hang on
18 Sitting for turkey? WHO reminds all to get more active
19 Bonton rallies Washington State past Texas Southern 56-52
20 Millions stick to Thanksgiving travel plans despite warnings
21 Roussel shares lead at Alfred Dunhill after run of birdies
22 Africa CDC sees COVID-19 vaccinations in 2nd quarter of 2021
23 FBI investigating armed robberies of DC-area delivery drivers
24 DC restaurant fined $2,000 for maskless patrons
25 GMU’s COVID-19 research targets frontline health-care workers
26 AP Exclusive: Letter from Venezuelan jail: ‘Give me freedom’
27 Some DC restaurant models are more pandemic-hardy than others
28 COVID-19 app may help contact-tracing challenge this holiday
29 Asian shares rise after Dow crests 30,000 on vaccine hopes
30 Driver dead in BW Parkway crash
31 Freeze or toss? What to do with those Thanksgiving leftovers
32 Coronavirus curtails volunteering, forcing organizations to get creative
33 Pedestrian dead in Fairfax County hit-and-run
34 NDSU squares up against Nebraska
35 Black Lives Matter DC on Peter Newsham’s departure, examining culture of policing
36 McLean’s to hire 1,000 new employees in Northern Virginia
37 Struggling Fairfax Co. students fare worse with virtual learning
38 WTOP Top Kid: Virginia’s ‘Veggie Princess’ aims to keep DC area healthy with garden club
39 Littleson scores 24 to carry Toledo past Oakland 80-53
40 Rockville man dies in single-vehicle, off-road crash
41 Broncos: Lock safe after QB Driskel goes on COVID-19 list
42 New mask rules, restrictions on gatherings in Montgomery Co. after COVID-19 spike
43 Suspect sought following rape in Wheaton
44 Want to return to the office after the pandemic? It’s complicated
45 Hogan reminds Marylanders to take COVID-19 seriously this winter
46 Virginia man sentenced in Walmart barcode swap
47 Meet Xiao Qi Ji: National Zoo names 3-month-old panda cub
48 DC’s new coronavirus travel restrictions start
49 5 injured in Southwest DC crash involving ambulance
50 What an ex-Proud Boy says happens within the group’s ranks
51 ‘Million MAGA March’: Trump supporters gather in DC
52 Gone in 23 seconds: DC radio towers demolished, new homes coming
53 Taste of Chesapeake pairs acclaimed local chefs at DC’s Navy Yard
54 Trump campaign legal team distances itself from Powell
55 Rams put leading tackler Micah Kiser on injured reserve
56 Road to NFL for Jets’ Castillo began with one repeated dream
57 Downtown Holiday Market brings season’s greetings to quiet DC
58 European Tour Open Par Scores
59 Montgomery Co. executive wants Phase One coronavirus restrictions back in place
60 Holiday trends to watch: Adult Play-Doh; stores that ship
61 George Mason University offers COVID-19 training to nursing home staff
62 Hospice caregiver charged with sexually assaulting patient in Reston
63 Amazon marks 2-year HQ2 anniversary with $9M in DC-area donations
64 Washington LT Cornelius Lucas out again for Dallas game
65 US 1 is now Richmond Highway through Prince William County
66 Sheetz rolls out a doughnut-flavored beer
67 Unwanted guests: Stink bugs set to invade DC-area homes
68 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade takes flight in virus times
69 Road closures, DC response: What to know about Saturday’s planned demonstrations
70 Culver powers No. 15 West Virginia past VCU in Sioux Falls
71 Top 25 College Basketball Schedule
72 Maryland man pleads guilty in slaying, shooting two detectives
73 1 year after multiple sclerosis diagnosis, WTOP’s Dave Johnson looks back, forward
74 US agency ascertains Biden as winner, lets transition begin
75 Fairfax County Public Schools’ return to classroom plan may have to switch gears
76 Maryland businesses brace for impact of reimposed COVID-19 restrictions
77 Median price of single-family home in DC tops $1M for first time
78 Equity obstacles in Virginia push to legalize marijuana
79 Dosunmu, Curbelo lead No. 8 Illinois past Chicago State
80 'Get stuff done': Crowd combines rejoicing, demonstration in downtown DC
81 DC to retime hundreds of traffic signals
82 Metro worker shot on I-395 in apparent road rage incident
83 UNC-Asheville faces WCU
84 Kennesaw St. goes up against Toccoa Falls
85 Maryland lawmakers say it’s time to close the digital divide
86 Ruffin leads Omaha over Middle Tennessee on late foul shots
87 Lions RB Swift inactive with concussion against Texans
88 Schools struggle to stay open as quarantines sideline staff
89 Ransomware attack forces Baltimore Co. public schools to close
90 One of DC’s oldest nonprofits gives out Thanksgiving turkeys
91 Driver dead after vehicle strikes tree in Gaithersburg
92 2020 Maryland women’s basketball preview: Revamped roster readies for Big Ten battles
93 University dean resigns over statements about Biden voters
94 Shaky PSG defense awaits revenge-seeking Ben Arfa
95 Alabama mail carrier surprises birthday boy with a gift
96 Middle Tenn. plays ETSU
97 No. 9 Oregon is undefeated heading to Oregon State
98 Downtown DC is showing signs of life, but not much more
99 Montgomery Co. fire damages multiple townhomes, displaces 15
100 Ford’s Theatre temporarily closes again due to COVID-19 surge