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Counterprotesters Far Outnumber White Nationalists (photos)

The roughly 20 white nationalists who showed up for the "Unite the Right 2" rally were dwarfed by thousands of counterprotesters, who descended upon Lafayette Square to denounce hatred and bigotry.

D.C. Bicyclists Killed in Tajikistan

Bicyclists Jay Austin, Lauren Geoghegan, Rene Wokke from the Netherlands and Markus Hummel from Switzerland were hit by a car on July 29, according to Tajik authorities and news reports.

Obama, Biden Do Lunch at Dog Tag Bakery

The casually dressed duo greeted some of the Dog Tag fellows, who are learning about baking and cooking and how to run a business at the nonprofit bakery.

Coast Guard Saves Woman Overcome by Carbon Monoxide

A Coast Guard crew arrived at Washington Harbour on Sunday evening, July 29, moving an unconscious woman from the cabin of a 40-foot pleasure boat to a USCG response boat and administering CPR.

30th St. Resurfacing Begins Aug. 6

A major paving project will take place from Aug. 6 to 11 on 30th Street NW between K and P Streets. Expect disruptions in traffic and parking.

Baseball Fever Sweeps D.C.

Leading up to tomorrow's All-Star Game: a lineup of events at the stadium, the convention center, bars and restaurants, even the Library of Congress.

‘Boil Water Advisory’ Is Over

A loss of water pressure, which can lead to contamination, was detected at the Bryant Street pumping station. The affected area included wide swaths of Northwest and Northeast D.C. — and Georgetown.

Opponents Urge Council to Void Initiative 77

More than 250 managers, waiters, bartenders walked through the halls of the John A. Wilson District Building July 9, urging Council members to void the vote to eliminate the lower minimum wage for tipped employees.

Body Found in Potomac, July 4

The unidentified man was pronounced dead at the scene, between the Key Bridge Boathouse and the Three Sisters islands, upstream from Key Bridge along the Georgetown waterfront.

Independence Day in the Nation’s Capital (photos)

After the 3rd U.S. Infantry Fife and Drum Corps performed, Abigail and John Adams, Ben Franklin, John Hancock, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington read the Declaration of Independence aloud.