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Officials do not believe the units will be able to seize towns from the Islamic State without the help of U.S. combat troops, which President Obama has ruled out.
Scott Higham and Steven Rich
Auditors and employees have complained about negative findings being stricken from agency audits.
Spencer S. Hsu, Victoria St. Martin and Keith L. Alexander
The U.S. contractors killed 14 unarmed Iraqis in Baghdad in 2007, one of the most ignominious chapters of the war.
Carol Morello and Mark Berman
An Ottawa officer runs with his weapon drawn outside Parliament. (AP)
The shooter killed a soldier and opened fire inside the Parliament building, shocking a country that rarely sees gun violence.
Here’s a look at how the CDC is training health-care workers going to West Africa to fight Ebola.
Kimberly Kindy and Sari Horwitz
Michael Brown and Darren Wilson fought for the officer’s gun, interviews and the autopsy indicate.
Jerry Markon and Julie Zauzmer
Officials said the man, identified as Dominic Adesanya, 23, was caught after being bitten by a guard dog.
Ashley Halsey III and Lori Aratani
State and local authorities will track airline passengers’ daily temperatures and any symptoms.
David A. Fahrenthold
But despite learning from her botched 2010 Senate run, Martha Coakley is tied with two weeks left.
Polls suggest the Democrat is still in the fight.
Military success has bred popular support for the terrorist group.
Kansas City broke open the game with a five-run sixth inning and the Royals bullpen slammed the door.
INTERSECT | Paul Horner convinced the Internet he’s Banksy, again. Not everyone gets the joke.
Virginia is for 'Cars and Coffee' lovers
How Apple's OS X Yosemite tracks you
How the CDC trains workers to combat Ebola
In the West Bank, broken olive branches
Haunting the neighbors — it's a family affair
Fantasy Minute: Big-play threat Golden Tate on the rise
How to take apart a mammoth, in 35 seconds
A look at Oscar de la Renta's impact on first ladies’ fashion
Meet Ron Klain: The 'Ebola czar'
What to know before you 'think pink'
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Katie Zezima and Sean Sullivan
President Obama has raised a lot of campaign cash for Democrats, but can he help them on the trail?
Syrian forces have launched more than 200 airstrikes against rebels not affiliated with the Islamic State.
So long, Walter White. The “Breaking Bad” character’s stint on Toys R Us shelves is officially over.
He wouldn’t take no for an answer.
D.C. police say the encounter occurred at Options Public Charter School, behind the teacher’s desk.
Barring some miracle, Washington will go with Colt McCoy against Dallas as star QB recovers from ankle injury
Watergate may be his lasting legacy, but Ben Bradlee’s sense of Style brought a new sensibility to features.
Author David Nicholls paints a picture of a summer holiday sprinkled with as much humor as tragedy.
Everyone hates passwords. So tech companies are trying to figure out the next way to verifying users online.
ON LEADERSHIP | Two weeks after Satya Nadella’s gaffe over women and raises, Microsoft discloses the chief executive’s $84 million pay package.
FEDERAL EYE | Frequent use of putting federal employees on paid leave to discipline those accused of breaking the rules has assumed the top spot in a new survey of “wasteful” government practices.
Ilyce R. Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin
The number of rental units in a building can affect a buyer’s loan.
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