VIDEO: Baltimore aftermath: The damage left after protests

The morning after violent protests in Baltimore, firefighters, crews and neighbors worked to clean up the destruction left behind. Here’s a look at scenes from the street.

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VIDEO: Are you a member of Congress? Don’t do these things.

Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.) resigned from Congress amid allegations he misused funds. The Washington Post’s Ben Terris explains a few things lawmakers might want to avoid if they want to keep their seats.

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VIDEO: Why do the Clintons continue to act guilty?

Hillary Clinton may eventually put the e-mail scandal behind her, but that won’t keep people from being suspicious of her every action. Post columnist Eugene Robinson reacts to the former secretary of state’s news conference.

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VIDEO: The price tag of political corruption

Here’s a look at five of the most notable bribery cases in politics — and how much it took for lawmakers to sell out.

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VIDEO: Snow forecast: Few inches likely Thursday

A winter storm is streaking toward the Washington, D.C., area. Snow is likely to coincide with the morning commute, producing slick roads and hazardous travel conditions. Capital Weather Gang’s Jason Samenow has your forecast.

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VIDEO: More snow possible Wed., then extreme cold

Another extremely powerful cold front blasts through the D.C. area Wednesday evening, and record-challenging cold—the most extreme of the winter—follows and lasts through Friday. Capital Weather Gang’s Jason Samenow has your forecast.

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VIDEO: Snow forecast: Several inches expected

The heaviest snowfall of winter is a good bet over much of the Washington, D.C., region, with four to eight inches of snow likely to be on the ground by Tuesday morning. Capital Weather Gang’s Jason Samenow has your forecast.

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VIDEO: Ice hockey: Goalie Jalen Greene helps No. 1 Gonzaga shut down No. 8 O’Connell

Gonzaga goalie Jalen Greene doesn’t allow a goal during a two-man disadvantage late in the second period and No. 1 Gonzaga shuts down No. 8 O’Connell.

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VIDEO: The State of the Union, explained

The Post’s Ed O’Keefe details the pomp and circumstance of the most-watched political event of the year: the annual State of the Union address.

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