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Brady Dennis, Lena H. Sun and Mark Berman
The governors of N.Y. and N.J. imposed new quarantine rules for medical workers returning from West Africa as the number of worldwide cases topped 10,000.
Mark Berman and Elahe Izadi
The gunman, identified as Jaylen Fryberg, opened fire in the cafeteria before taking his own life, authorities said.
Kyle Balduf will run for his twin, Kevin, who died in Afghanistan. (Post)
They train for months, and they’ll line up with 30,000 others for the Marine Corps Marathon. Each runner has to find motivation to push beyond exhaustion to the finish line 26.2 miles later.
As fall colors make their way into the D.C. area, we'll have a lot of sun — and a bit of wind — this weekend.
Lance Cpl. Sean Neal, 19, of California died in a non-combat incident, the Pentagon said.
Jesse Richman and David Earnest
MONKEY CAGE | New research finds that non-citizens do vote, and this might swing some results.
Afraid of missteps, politicians are following Al Franken and turning boredom into a campaign virtue.
TRANSCRIPT | The advice columnist answers questions about the strange train we call life.
Independent Larry Pressler shakes up a Senate race that was supposed to be easy for Republicans.
ANSWER SHEET | Her takeaways include that sitting all day is tiring and that many lessons are passive.
This actress bares all for her art. Literally.
Vigil marked by tears after school shooting
Health worker quarantined in N.J. tests negative for Ebola
Royals edge Giants in World Series
Students describe school shooting near Seattle
Officials confirm remains are of missing U-Va. student
Two dead, after school shooting in Wash. state
Student wounds at least two in school shooting, kills self
Motorcade escorts Canadian soldier's remains to his hometown
Ebola-free Nina Pham visits White House
BASF warns of drop in profit
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Anthony Faiola and Souad Mekhennet
As other Western countries bar or jail returning jihadists, Denmark is taking a novel approach.
WONKBLOG | For decades, the Oregon city has pursued values that many now consider ideal.
Heart attacks. Stress. Increased depression and substance abuse. Run away, experts advise.
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Juliet Eilperin and David Nakamura
Though bruised in the process, the Secret Service beasts still got the latest fence jumper — and became canine heroes.
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Chris Cillizza, Aaron Blake and Sean Sullivan
THE FIX | There’s an unusually high amount of uncertainty this late in an election season.
Many of the candidates in the parliamentary elections are running in districts held by pro-Russian rebels.
On Nov. 15, Americans will shop for insurance. This Web site hopes to capitalize on confusion.
Daniel W. Drezner
The Kentucky senator and likely 2016 hopeful tries to prove his foreign-policy bona fides.
T. Rees Shapiro
The news ends part of the mystery surrounding the sophomore, who went missing Sept. 13.
REDSKINS BLOG | He’s doing his best to listen and learn all he can while making a gradual return to the field.
Fan fiction borrows stories from boy bands and Jane Austen — and traditional publishers embrace it.
Brazilian Film Week features documentaries about a singer, a composer and bossa nova.
Tesla’s CEO warns that artificial intelligence is likely mankind’s biggest threat.
WONKBLOG | Cannabis could be a $35 billion dollar industry - if the federal government lets it.
FEDERAL EYE | A government survey found that morale plummeted a year after the shutdown and furloughs.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | Many of the home’s period details were preserved when it was modernized.
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