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The Russian president praised separatists, as the Ukrainian government raised the prospect of joining NATO.
Rosalind S. Helderman, Matt Zapotosky and Steve Hendrix
As closing arguments ended, lawyers for the former Virginia governor said that the government’s star witness lied.
Jeff Gates takes a photo of his daughters on the Cape May ferry each year.
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We asked House candidate Amanda Renteria, who in Congress plays the best softball.
Ryan Grepper’s duds included the Jello “shotslinger,” a foldable dog bowl and a picture-hanging device.
SHE THE PEOPLE | Her new book reveals boorish behavior women in Congress face from colleagues.
His challenge? “A Muslim guy with the U.S. government is going to have limited credibility,” he said.
AAA attributed the strong demand for Labor Day travel to consumers’ willingness to take on debt.
Where are their protests against the actions of the Islamic State?
The president needs to focus on how the United States can meet global challenges.
Stephen Joel Trachtenberg said he did not mean to imply drunken women should be blamed if raped.
Their studies are concentrated in three fields: business, engineering and science, a new report said.
Closing arguments begin in McDonnell trial
Pro-Russian rebels occupy key Ukrainian town
Rick Perry rails against President Obama on border crisis
Pentagon: Iraq operations costing $7.5 million per day
Putin: Ukrainian assault reminiscent of Nazi siege
Clinton: Frayed trust led to Ferguson violence
N.J. community grieves death of Jewish student in Jerusalem
Bus crash at O'Hare injures at least 14
Russian rebels to release Ukrainian troops
Shelly Sterling on Clippers sale, Stiviano’s ‘shady’ guests
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After Anna Whiston-Donaldson’s son died, she wrote a memoir about her slow emergence from grief.
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The Mexican drug lord Chapo Guzman may be behind bars, but might live by his own rules.
Health-care sharing gives some Americans a faith-based support system -- as long they pledge to refrain from sin.
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The pilot, who was with the Mass. National Guard, was on his way to a base in the New Orleans area.
In South, college football and religion are conjoined in a way that is natural for some, uncomfortable for others.
The 26th installment in a weekly series that debunks the Web’s hoaxes, rumors and exaggerations.
Ishmael Beah, Lisa See and Tiphanie Yanique among others bringing tales of other cultures to D.C.
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WONKBLOG | A few more states could soon follow in Pennsylvania’s footsteps.
FEDERAL EYE | DEA agents allegedly paid an Amtrak secretary more than $850,000 for passenger information that the agency could have obtained for free.
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