House panel finds no U.S. fault in Benghazi

A Republican-led panel concludes that there was no intelligence failure and that the CIA and the military responded appropriately to the deadly attacks on
U.S. facilities in Libya in 2012.

    Democratic machinery set
    to turn when Clinton is ready

    THE TAKE | Much groundwork has already been laid for Hillary Clinton, as a day-long session for donors in NYC shows. But she’ll need a discliplined strategy to win in 2016.

    Demonstrators continue to occupy streets in Ferguson, Mo. (Getty)

    How Darren Wilson became a ghost

    In the months since he fatally shot unarmed teen Michael Brown, the Ferguson, Mo., police officer has been someone that almost everybody has an opinion on and almost nobody has seen.

    As Afghan combat work winds down, U.S. to expand counterterror mission

    As Afghan combat work winds down, U.S. to expand counterterror mission

    The U.S. military will have broader authority to support Afghan troops even after combat operations end.

    He’s glad to have a job, but his pay is
    up just 58 cents per hour after 6 years

    He’s glad to have a job, but his pay is <br>up just 58 cents per hour after 6 years

    Stagnant incomes and limited hours are excluding millions like Thomas Gray from the economic recovery.

    Battle between Obama, GOP escalates

    Battle between Obama, GOP escalates

    The president promised to forcefully sell his immigration plan, but the House GOP vowed to fight back.

    Redskins fan goes to great lengths to change name of his beloved team

    Redskins fan goes to great lengths to change name of his beloved team

    Ian Washburn’s epiphany has led him to alter the name on much of the team merchandise he owns.

    Americans could save a fortune this winter if they understood thermostats

    Americans could save a fortune this winter if they understood thermostats

    WONKBLOG | We don’t realize how much money we're wasting by using that terrifying device incorrectly.

     Picks of the Week 

    The world’s biggest chocolate-maker says we’re running out of chocolate

    The world’s biggest chocolate-maker says we’re running out of chocolate

    WONKBLOG | There's no easy way to say this: You're eating too much of it. And it’s getting out of hand.

    Teacher to parents: A letter about
    that kid, the one your kid talks about

    Teacher to parents: A letter about <br>

<i>that </i>kid, the one your kid talks about

    ANSWER SHEET | A teacher reminds parents just what issues that kid may be dealing with.

    ‘Text neck’ is becoming an ‘epidemic’ and could wreck your spine

    ‘Text neck’ is becoming an ‘epidemic’ and could wreck your spine

    The average adult can put up to 60 pounds of pressure on the spine when bent at a 60-degree angle.

    (Courtesy of Nickolay Lamm)

    She has curves and no makeup:
    Meet ‘normal Barbie’

    A graphic designer created the doll to send a message to everyone that “reality can be beautiful.”

    Local

    U-Va. campus searches for answers after harrowing account of gang rape

    U-Va. campus searches for answers after harrowing account of gang rape

    Rolling Stone story’s allegations of the 2012 incident and how it was handled cause a stir at the school.

    Sports

    Putting baseball on the clock

    Putting baseball on the clock

    As average game exceeds three hours for the first time, Arizona Fall League tries time-saving measures.

    Business

    You just signed a
    $325 million deal. Now what?

    You just signed a <br>$325 million deal. Now what?

    COLUMN | Giancarlo Stanton’s baseball deal isn’t as much as it sounds like, and he still needs to budget and plan ahead.

    Federal Government

    GOP senator calls on Jonathan Gruber to explain Obamacare ‘deceptions’

    GOP senator calls on Jonathan Gruber to explain Obamacare ‘deceptions’

    FEDERAL EYE | The request comes shortly after Republicans reveal that White House inflated the law’s enrollment statistics.

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