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The United States acknowledged the outreach, and said discussions with Iran will continue — underscoring Iran’s influence in the region.
Volunteers are leery since more than 240 health workers treating Ebola patients have gotten sick; about half have died.
Yoshi Takeuchi, left, and Megumi Yokota. (Anna Fifield/Post and AP)
There is little sympathy for women who moved to North Korea with their husbands as part of a Red Cross “repatriation” movement.
After the USS America's ship designer was slain at Navy Yard last year, his colleagues work to complete it.
But can he win? A recent poll showed that only 2 percent of Iowa’s Democrats support him.
Navy Yard One year later
Aaron C. Davis
The lasting toll of Aaron Alexis’s rampage is reflected in the Navy’s struggle to finish its newest warship.
Thomas H. Boggs Jr. 1940-2014
With a gregarious charisma, the lobbyist spent four decades as a heavyweight in influence peddling.
“We’ll know in a few more weeks as far as how long he will be out,” Jay Gruden said this afternoon.
For the teams and their fans, dreams of making the playoffs have moved to buoyant inevitability.
Life’s milestones are becoming harder for young adults to grasp.
Iraqi and Syrian forces alone will not likely be enough against the group.
“Get it or regret it!” read the description for the garment that was briefly for sale for $129.
ANSWER SHEET | Ideas in the schoolbooks included that Moses inspired American democracy.
Obama presents Medals of Honor to Vietnam vets
Skin shocks used at school draws FDA’s attention
Audio: LAPD investigates Watts’ racial profiling complaint
Diplomats vow to fight Islamic State by any means necessary
Obama to visit Atlanta health center to discuss Ebola
British PM: No re-runs in Scot independence vote
Trooper injured in Pa. ambush conscious
Free coffee at Central Perk on ‘Friends’ 20th anniversary
Minnesota Vikings reinstate Adrian Peterson
Microsoft to buy Minecraft maker for $2.5 billion
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David Nakamura and Juliet Eilperin
Public doubts are increasing about the president’s response to crises in the Middle East, Africa and Ukraine.
Western forces could target trucks carrying oil from a handful of refineries in northern Iraq.
Janice Lynch Schuster
Along with aches and pains, the disease raises difficult questions when symptoms won’t go away.
Seeing Janay Rice get punched out revealed more than Rihanna’s battered, yet static, image ever could.
The record sale of 815 acres came under scrutiny as residents argued that they didn’t have enough voice.
COLUMN | Given the offense Coach Jay Gruden likes to run, understudy Kirk Cousins might be leading-man material.
On a new album, Jason Moran and Meshell Ndegeocello find new grooves in the jazz legend’s music.
South Africa’s Isango Ensemble (making its U.S. debut) beautifully remolds the Western work.
Apple says the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have set a new pre-sale record.
Ylan Q. Mui
WONKBLOG | The central bank is nearing a milestone, and communicating its next steps could prove challenging.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
IN THE LOOP | The fight over the health-care law just isn’t what it used to be.
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