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WHEREIN: We bring you the developments (happening in and around D.C.) that we think are newsworthy, or, at the very least, almost newsworthy…

  • You don’t need to travel down south to chase the heat… At midday today, D.C. was the hottest place in the country. (via Washington Post)
  • Residents of Capitol Hill are frustrated at the DDOT for seemingly dragging its feet in implementing safety measures that aim to reduce traffic speeds on Maryland Ave. (via WAMU)
  • Police apprehended a man while on a cruise with his family in Alaska, and he subsequently confessed to murdering his neighbors in Rockville on Mother’s Day. (via WJLA)
  • Zipcar’s deal with WMATA is coming to a close, meaning there will be no more conveniently located rides barked at metro stops, though Zipcar assures customers that they will offer new locations nearby the old ones. (via Popville)
  • In a split decision, the Supreme Court ruled that Maryland’s law on income tax is unconstitutional, as it does not provide a full tax credit for income taxes paid outside of the state. This will end up costing Maryland an estimated $42 million a year in revenue. (via Washington Post)
  • And finally, more Pinkberry locations will open up in the DMV, and the previously closed locations in Gainesville, Georgetown, Fairfax and National Harbor will reopen soon. (via Eater DC)