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The extremists’ massacre of 700 people after a failed revolt was met with almost complete international silence. Some in the Syrian opposition complain that the U.S. is continuing to ignore them.
Satellite images show how the Syrian border town, under siege by the Islamic State, has turned into a war zone.
Oscar Pistorius was convicted last month in South Africa.
Oscar de la Renta 1932-2014
Oscar de la Renta 1932-2014
Oscar de la Renta with two models wearing his designs in Paris in 1998. (AP)
His exuberant frocks won the trust of customers and he set formal standards for women of taste. He gave them — no matter their age or shape — the confidence to be eye-catching.
Jura Koncius and Ned Martel
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2013 photo of Christophe de Margerie. (Reuters)
“Carbon is not the enemy,” Christophe de Margerie said at a climate change conference in 2009. “Carbon is life.”
Desperate families must search for loved ones at clinics that have lost track of both the living and the dead.
More than 57,000 federal workers were on leave for at least a month.
THE FIX | He told the Rev. Al Sharpton that Democrats in tough races have “supported my agenda.”
Ashley Halsey III
At least four people have died after inflator mechanisms ruptured on the defective air bags.
Even Democrats are distancing themselves from him.
FACT CHECKER | A GOP Super PAC relaunches a false attack concerning congressional perks.
Red’s BBQ had the misfortune of being near where Michael Brown was shot. But its owner vows to stay.
The black electorate seems fragmented and hasn’t fully aligned behind Democrat Muriel Bowser.
WONKBLOG | For decades, the city has been pursuing a set of values that the rest of us are now into.
How to take apart a mammoth, in 35 seconds
Comedians attempt to impersonate Jay Leno
Redskins' Cousins benched, McCoy leads comeback
D.C. gets a major dose of Hollywood with Jay Leno, Brad Pitt and Jimmy Fallon
Crazed snacking on Mexico's streets
On the hunt for ivory at JFK airport
Suiting up to fight Ebola
The ever-expanding backlog | Breaking Points
Meet Ron Klain: The 'Ebola czar'
Haunting the neighbors — it's a family affair
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She is among her party’s best assets to raise money and energize voters during gloomy midterms.
What life is like on the trails along the Annapurna Circuit, where a devastating storm killed several people last week.
Special interests and fringe groups could redefine anything about the way the United States is governed.
Michelle Boorstein and Pamela Constable
Converts alleged non-sexual misconduct while he led a “protocol and standards” group.
Royals and Giants have dominant bullpens; it’s up to Ned Yost and Bruce Bochy to use them correctly.
The Foo Fighters frontman discusses his new rockumentary series for HBO.
The institution has raised $1 billion since 2011 in “quiet phase” of first unified fundraising campaign.
The flatter interface and better integration with iOS are getting good reviews. But there’s a potential privacy issue lurking.
To profit off new tech, titans like IBM are pushing for reinvention — and to leave old business mainstays behind.
FINE PRINT | Panetta argues that “enhanced” interrogations were fruitful, but so were techniques without duress.
Nancy Simmons Starrs
October to February is an excellent time to negotiate good deals with a landlord.
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