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    MoCo to Wait on Reinstating COVID Mask Mandate Until ‘Substantial’ Transmission Rate

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    Biden Admin Not Considering COVID Vaccine Mandate

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    D.C. to Require Masks Indoors Beginning Saturday

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    Olympic Medalist Dominique Dawes Says Biles Made the Right Decision

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    Fletcher Declares Candidacy for Ward 5 Seat on D.C. Council

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    Marlon Wayans and Jennifer Hudson Burn Up the Screen in Aretha Franklin Biopic

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