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Jerry Markon, Ellen Nakashima and Alice Crites
High turnover among Homeland Security leaders is a result of what employees describe as a dysfunctional work environment, abysmal morale and the lure of private firms paying top dollar.
Carol D. Leonnig
After an embarrassing breach, new Secret Service proposals include blocking sidewalks as well as screening visitors as far as a block away.
A skirmish erupts after a hit by Chris Baker (92). (Jonathan Newton/Post)
COLUMN | The Redskins’ recent history has been so demoralizing that a display of grit, even in a loss, is encouraging.
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He heads an al-Qaeda offshoot called Khorasan and the U.S. has put a $7 million bounty on his head.
Joby Warrick and Steven Mufson
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund wants to make “a moral case, but also ... an economic case.”
Philip Rucker and Reid Wilson
Some GOP candidates are embracing Democratic priorities to win over skeptical voters.
Chris Cillizza, Aaron Blake and Sean Sullivan
THE FIX | Many incumbents are in real trouble in states where victory in November should amount to a layup.
T. Rees Shapiro
Jesse Matthew, the man believed to be the last to see Hannah Graham, was charged with reckless driving.
But the event seemed to draw as many curious observers as it did dedicated demonstrators.
Democrats and independents unite against incumbent Republicans.
Gov. Sam Brownback’s radical tax cuts have put the state on a path to penury.
Shinzo Abe calls his wife the “domestic opposition party” as she charts a new course for first ladies.
Even in the Lone Star State, there might not be enough room for four potential presidential candidates.
GOVBEAT | Drivers in states with electronic tolls could end up footing unexpectedly expensive bills.
Missing U-Va. student's father pleads for help
White House fence jumper captured on video
Tear gas fired on Syrians fleeing to Turkey
Health workers visit homes during Sierra Leone lockdown
Afghan presidential rivals sign deal to share power
Freed Turkish hostage describes capture by Islamic State
Thousands march in NYC over climate change
Police on missing U-Va. student: 'Somebody's got to know where she is'
Pope urges Muslims to condemn extremism
New Zealand's National Party back to power for 3rd term
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THE FIX | The senator saw a campaign opportunity in providing a constituent service at an LSU game.
Tens of thousands of activists walked through Manhattan on Sunday, warning that climate change is destroying the Earth.
Thomas Andrillon and Sid Kouider
New research has revived the age-old fantasy of sleep learning.
Anti-gerrymandering protesters traveled along the 3rd District to advocate for an independent board.
The Nationals trimmed their magic number to clinch home-field advantage in the NL playoffs to four.
Winfrey brought her life-improvement tour to Washington, and here's what happened.
An unusual gathering at Georgetown U. brings Syrian refugees to their audience by Skype.
Scientists say carbon fiber polymers can make cars lighter, safer and more fuel efficient. Here’s one vision of that future.
COLUMN | The loans can help retirees strapped for cash, but borrowers need to be careful.
FEDERAL DIARY | GAO finds that many contractors could obtain access to classified information but are not working.
Roger K. Lewis
Like good architecture, a good streetscape should aspire to achieve aesthetic as well as practical goals.
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