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Facing their lowest enrollment numbers in years, schools are offering more practical courses — including more semesters of writing courses and externships — to attract students worried about getting a job after graduation.
Peter Hermann and Lynh Bui
City officials pleaded for calm as they launched an investigation into what happened to Freddie Gray after his arrest.
Natalie Fuller and her mom, Doris, in 2004. (Courtesy of Doris Fuller)
Doris A. Fuller
ESSAY | A mom writes about how she lost her daughter to mental illness last month when she stepped in front of a train in Baltimore and killed herself a few weeks short of her 29th birthday.
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The "cheesiest." (Washington Post)
Michael E. Miller
Healthier, sure. But the color of Mac & Cheese is the color of childhood.
Michelle Boorstein and Abby Ohlheiser
Missouri Bishop Robert Finn had remained in office — a fact that horrified abuse survivors.
The verdict is the first against the ousted Islamist leader since he was detained nearly three years ago.
The N.H. gathering this past weekend proves almost anybody can be called a potential candidate.
New Jersey state Sen. Joseph M. Kyrillos had chaired Chris Christie’s 2009 gubernatorial campaign.
Conservative scholars are arguing homosexual unions will cause 900,000 abortions.
And make sure you’re not infertile because of a sexually transmitted disease.
Sandra G. Boodman
MEDICAL MYSTERY | A rare condition left her unable to walk, speak clearly or use her left hand.
Google now lets users download the search data it has on them.
Canadian mom changes anti-vax stance
The highs and lows of Tim Tebow
Husband finds love, loss in baseball
Gay marriage critic on how he's trying to change minds
'Game of Thrones': D.C. edition
Swiped out | Dated
Barney Frank on how to use humor to get what you want | On Leadership
Date Lab: Timi and Tory
Late-night laughs: Tax Day edition
In search of the Delmarva fox squirrel
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Minority Leader Harry M. Reid dished out more partisan red meat on the Senate floor Monday afternoon.
Ali al-Mujahed and Hugh Naylor
The attack may be the deadliest in Sanaa since the Saudi-led campaign against Houthi rebels began.
FEDERAL EYE | Auditors also found that some of the flights were largely empty.
Costs have risen wildly in the last decade, and clinics are taking advantage of owners who can’t pay.
Maureen McDonnell’s appeal was very similar to that of her husband, ex-governor Robert McDonnell.
Washington is 6-1 on the road in the playoffs since last season and could be poised to seize control of the series with a Game 2 win Tuesday.
In his new book, Patrick O’Connell shares lessons from his over-the-top and more ordinary occassions.
“The American People: Search for My Heart” is the latest from AIDS activist Larry Kramer.
Users now have the option to receive direct messages from anyone, if they choose.
WONKBLOG | The rise and fall and rise again of the top 1 percent in one amazing chart.
FEDERAL DIARY | The terrorist attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building also changed Washington.
ASK THE BUILDER | A/C fir plywood is the best bet for a durable surface. Go to a lumberyard, not a home improvement store, to find it.
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