Ill will toward NYPD lingers for blacks, Latinos

New York’s crime rate has plummeted, but the Bloomberg-era “stop and frisk” practice triggered particular resentment toward the department, which has a history of aggressive tactics.

1 CDC worker in Atlanta may have been exposed to Ebola

The technician has no symptoms after the incident Monday, when a virus sample was mistakenly moved from the Ebola research lab to a second lab.

Siddhartha Dhar, with his infant, left London. (National News/Zuma Wire)

Islamic State’s new recruits: Families

The militants are calling on doctors, lawyers, engineers and other professionals to join. And children are part of the new society.

White House set to ramp up transfers
of prisoners from Guantanamo

White House set to ramp up transfers <br>of prisoners from Guantanamo

However, President Obama faces congressional opposition to moving or releasing detainees.

NIH is getting overrun with deer. But hunting isn’t the answer; spaying is.

NIH is getting overrun with deer. But hunting isn’t the answer; spaying is.

The surgeries, which cost $1,000
per doe, take place in a high-tech operating room.

Forget the War on Christmas. The War on Jewish Christmas must end.

Forget the War on Christmas. The War on Jewish Christmas must end.

POSTEVERYTHING | Move over, conservatives. A more pernicious religious attack is underway.

Politics

12 of the most memorable political sketches of 2014

12 of the most memorable political sketches of 2014

THE FIX | “Schoolhouse Rock,” Angela Merkel and performance art.

Local

A bullet is still lodged in a D.C. boy’s brain, but he’s fighting his way back

A bullet is still lodged in a D.C. boy’s brain, but he’s fighting his way back

Three months after being shot in the head, Jaydan Stancil, 9, is determined to get out of the hospital.

Sports

Breeland a secret no longer

Breeland a secret no longer

A fourth-round pick out of Clemson, rookie cornerback has been one of Redskins’ top defensive players.

Business

Dave Camp drops a tax reform bill on his way out the door

Dave Camp drops a tax reform bill on his way out the door

Retiring House Ways and Means chairman burnishes legacy of trying to think big in a gridlocked Congress.

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