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A new video attributed to the Islamic State terrorist group purports to show the beheading of U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff, marking the second such execution in recent weeks.
Rosalind S. Helderman and Matt Zapotosky
The jury was instructed to use a broader definition of an “official act” when considering the charges.
North Korea likes to show off the Munsu water park in Pyongyang. (Post)
For the first time since 2008, a visitor to Pyongyang finds BMWs, Audis and glittering new luxury apartment towers.
Post Sports Live debates if the Redskins quarterback will be benched if he plays below expectations.
THE SWITCH | Hackers zeroed in on passwords and security questions in a targeted attack, Apple said.
U.S. officials were trying to assess whether Mukhtar Abu Zubeyr was killed in the drone strike.
The girl’s mother told police that the 9-year-old said after firing it that the gun had hurt her shoulder.
Craig Timberg and Chico Harlan
Reagan administration official Frederick J. Ryan Jr. was part of the founding leadership team of Politico.
Americans would worry less if the president worried more.
The actor swore off the social media forum, and the anxiety it produces, for three months.
GOVBEAT | Arkansas is one of 10 states with dry counties, but voters will get a chance to change that.
Jury starts deliberations in McDonnell trial
White House: Thoughts, prayers with Sotloff family
Closing of Atlantic City’s Revel casino is sign of the times
Justin Bieber faces new assault charges in Canada
Pentagon briefs on Iraq, Islamic State and Somali strikes
Chris Brown pleads guilty to D.C. assault charge
Detroit's bankruptcy trial begins
Pakistan protesters vow to stay put
Police display Peru’s biggest drug haul
Dollar General raises Family Dollar bid
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The names Pat Roberts and Sean Parnell weren’t mentioned much at the start of the election cycle.
Karoun Demirjian and Daniela Deane
NATO is expected to endorse the creation of a military force that can deploy quickly to Eastern Europe.
By 7, I was cooking for my family and taking care of my brothers and sisters.
DR. GRIDLOCK | “September Shock” doesn’t strike all at once, but it’s no less dismaying for travelers.
Hosting players prepare favorite dishes to feed visiting countrymen in opposing locker rooms.
ON LEADERSHIP | In new Gallup research, less than half of full-time employees say they work a standard 40-hour week.
A judge must decide whether a teen Jehovah’s Witness should be forced to have a blood transfusion.
Are foreign multinationals being subject to government takedowns to clear way for domestic companies?
FEDERAL EYE | With 75 percent of lesbians overweight or obese, the study is “of high public-health significance,” according to a project summary.
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