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The Tidal Basin was crowded Saturday with people coming to see Washington's famous cherry blossoms at peak bloom. The National Park Service says the best flowers will be around for another four to seven days. News4's Derrick Ward reports.
A woman was flown to a hospital Saturday after she was struck by a car and pinned underneath it in Alexandria, Virginia, police say.
Two men have been charged with sexually assaulting a child in Southeast D.C., police say.
The house in the Kalorama neighborhood was bought in December by a company with ties to a Chilean billionaire. The company is renting it to Kushner and Trump, who moved in just after the inauguration of her father, President Donald Trump.
Thousands of people gathered in Huntington Beach Saturday for a "Make America Great Again" march and rally, and half a dozen people were arrested during the event, police said. Attendees came out to support not only President Donald Trump, but veterans, law enforcement and first responders. Police estimated about 2,000 people came out for the Orange County event, according to Capt. Kevin Pearsall of California State Park police. About 30 or 40 counter-protesters attended.
One of those featured in the ads bought by the American Action Network PAC, a nonprofit advocacy group based in Washington, D.C., was U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.).