On Friday’s Front Page: A survey this week says Washington, D.C. has the nation’s second-worst retail theft problem, retail analysts predict the Black Friday crowds at bricks-and-mortar stores will vanish by 2043, and more.

FBI Director Christopher A. Wray told Congress this week that the Chinese government is at the root of the fentanyl trafficking that has flooded the U.S., and he said Beijing could shut down the flow of drugs if it wanted.
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The District is second in the nation of cities hit hard by retail crime, according to a survey released this week by Forbes Advisor.
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Democratic leaders are under fire for slow responses to pro-Palestinian demonstrators’ attack on the Democratic National Committee headquarters Wednesday.
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It’s a fight Israel didn’t want, but it’s one that will test a new approach to war in the 21st century.
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Poor Black Friday. The discount shopping bonanza’s days are numbered. Retail analysts predict the crowds at bricks-and-mortar stores the day after Thanksgiving will vanish by 2043.
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