Top D.C. news: 2 men charged for allegedly attacking man wearing 'MAGA' hat; Sesame Street to visit

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Two men charged after allegedly attacking man for wearing 'MAGA' hat in D.C.

Two men are facing charges in Montgomery County for allegedly attacking a man because he was wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat in Germantown over the weekend.

Read the full story on FOX 26 Houston.

D.C. synagogue accused in lawsuit of enabling 'systemic, regular' sexual abuse at preschool

Families of eight children say a teacher at a prominent Jewish preschool in Washington D.C. repeatedly sexually abused their kids over the past two years – and they contend the school's top leader did nothing about it despite warnings.

Read the full story on USA TODAY.

Sesame Street will visit Washington DC as part of national tour this June

The tour starts June 1 in New York and then makes stops in Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, Detroit, Chicago, Dallas, Kansas City, Denver, Seattle and Los Angeles.

Read the full story on WUSA9.

Kansas City artist Tom Corbin selected to return Harry S. Truman to Washington

Missouri lawmakers have talked about placing a statue of President Harry S. Truman in the United States Capitol for nearly two decades. 

Read the full story on KCUR.

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