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'One-Man Crime Spree' Faces 58 Years Behind Bars — Michael Bernard Dorsey, 47, of Silver Spring on Thursday was convicted in the last of five trials that saw him convicted of 20 counts of theft from autos over the last two years in Potomac and Bethesda. [The Washington Post] Obama Stops By Strathmore For Daughter Sasha's Recital — Barack Obama stopped in Saturday night at the venue in North Bethesda to see his daughter's dance recital, according to pool reports. Obama left for the White House about an hour after arriving. [h/t @PoliticoKevin] Walter Johnson Senior Wins State Swimming Title With Injured Arm — Barry Mangold, a University of Virginia recruit, dislocated his shoulder on Friday, then won the Class 4A/3A state titles in the 50- and 100-yard freestyle on Saturday. Mangold set the state record in the 50-yard event and helped Walter Johnson to its second straight team title. [The Gazette] Is Chris Van Hollen Destined For House Speaker? — A profile portrays the Maryland Congressman and Kensington resident as a candidate for the House's highest leadership position if the Democrats take control. [New Republic] Flickr photo by ehpien

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