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Carol D. Leonnig
The security contractor was allowed on an elevator with the president Sept. 16, violating Secret Service protocols, three people familiar with the incident said.
President Xi Jinping has renewed efforts to crack down on civic organizations and insulate China from Western ideas.
Tom Frieden, director of the CDC, speaks about the Ebola case. (AP)
Mark Berman, Brady Dennis and Elahe Izadi
Health officials were quick to tamp down any hysteria, emphasizing that the U.S. is well equipped to halt the spread of the disease that has killed thousands in West Africa.
The Post debates if the Nationals will be disappointed with anything less than a World Series title.
The subject lines might sound like lyrics to a moody ballad, but party strategists insist that they work.
The State Department is reviewing more than 4,000 applications for 2015, up from just dozens.
T. Rees Shapiro, Matt Zapotosky and Paul Duggan
Jesse L. Matthew Jr.’s past includes a playful persona in high school and an abrupt departure from college.
THE SWITCH | The odd decision to skip ahead could be a way to signal a clean break from Windows 8.
WONKBLOG | The report’s radical takeaway: We should probably stop killing everything on Earth.
Julia Pierson’s crucial mistake.
The U.S. must tell China that a crackdown on protesters would have costs.
Research shows that earnings are higher for college grads. But some majors pay a lot more than others.
The surprise, according to a study of 3.5 million of those tweets, is that D.C. is the land of guava.
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Lawmakers slam Secret Service director at hearing
Beer man dreams of Beltway World Series
A double-threat athlete
Secret Service scandals, in 60 seconds
The Iraqi comedy on the Islamic State
Scenes from pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong
A quest to capture conflict, beauty in Congo
Michael Brown's mother: 'They robbed my son of his future'
A Congo clinic at the center of the conflict
A birth announcement for baby Clinton Mezvinsky
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Sebastian Payne and Robert Costa
There isn’t a leader in the 2016 GOP presidential race, but Ted Cruz is gaining support from conservatives.
Sudarsan Raghavan and Karen DeYoung
The security agreement allows 9,800 American troops to help train and advise the Afghan military.
Ariana Eunjung Cha
Those exposed to broad-spectrum antibiotics early in life, at zero to five months of age, had an 11 percent greater risk of becoming obese.
The often overlooked link between prison and unemployment.
Clinton is clearing her calendar to spend more time with her newborn granddaughter Charlotte.
COLUMN | The uncertainty surrounding both quarterbacks raises a possibility worse than if one beats out the other.
The violinist charmed a Union Station mob, seven years after his undercover L’Enfant Plaza stunt.
Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada’s monumental work pushes the boundaries of art and portraiture.
Michael A. Fletcher
WONKBLOG | Bill deBlasio expanded the city’s living-wage law, requiring certain businesses to pay $13.13 an hour.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
IN THE LOOP | The Florida congressman has an ADT system, he says, so why doesn’t the White House?
Overall, sales in the region will slow for the remainder of the year.
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