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Missy Ryan and Erin Cunningham
After learning hard lessons rebuilding foreign militaries over the past dozen years, the strategy is to train a vanguard element within the larger army to take the offensive against Islamic State militants.
Sometime next year, more fliers will travel through Reagan than Dulles — an airport 14 times its neighbor’s size.
Yamir, left, and Chelsea in front of the Managua cityscape. (TLC)
TV REVIEW | Premarital test-drives by Americans and foreigners make for genuine reality viewing on TLC’s “90 Day Fiance.”
Students at Drew Model Elementary School try out the hottest new toys this season.
For Ukrainians and other minority groups, a stifling change after years of easygoing cosmopolitanism.
Millions of consumers are expected to take their turkey with a side of shopping today.
CHECKPOINT | Hagel made the calls after resigning as defense secretary four days earlier.
Roberto A. Ferdman
WONKBLOG | For one, criminals likely find themselves with more options in crowded places.
Local officials have dehumanized its citizens.
A much-maligned public Christmas tree in Pennsylvania is getting the Charlie Brown treatment.
As growing numbers of Americans have made Britain their home, Americana has become trendy.
OUTLOOK | Thanksgiving honors age and the hard-earned wisdom that comes with it.
Which tech gifts to buy and which to skip
Behind the scenes at the KidsPost Toy Test
Stats guru to the stars
How to carve a turkey | Food Hacks
The Kickoff: RGIII news may be good for McCoy
Another night of unrest in Ferguson
Unrest in Ferguson: A timeline of events
Michael Brown's mother expresses outrage on grand jury decision
Chuck Hagel's biggest challenges as defense secretary
Remembering Marion Barry, D.C.'s political 'rock star'
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THE FIX | A look at the digital Godzilla’s campaign toolkit.
Salia died of Ebola last week after being transported to Omaha from Sierra Leone.
The suburb’s name will forever evoke feelings. How will it adjust to its emblematic meaning?
The old, fragmented approach to law enforcement doesn’t work.
More than 10,000 workers’ names, Social Security numbers and birth dates were compromised.
Five nights after an impressive victory over the Cavaliers, Washington is blown out by LeBron James and company in the rematch.
The same qualities required to succeed on reality TV: good genes and an excellent strut
A post-modern novel in an experimental psychiatric community.
Here are some apps to download before you go shopping for a smoother more fruitful Black Friday
Decision reflects cartel’s lessening clout and a shift away from long-held policy of defending prices.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
IN THE LOOP | Every year, the president makes a show of sparing a bird or two. But then what does the first family eat?
The 1794 home is one of the oldest residential buildings in Washington.
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