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Souad Mekhennet and Adam Goldman
Friends identified the man seen beheading Western hostages in Islamic State videos as Mohammed Emwazi, a British citizen from Kuwait.
For the first time, the agency is intervening against laws designed to keep cities from building their own competitors to Verizon and Comcast.
Rosalind S. Helderman and Tom Hamburger
The group accepted millions from seven foreign governments while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state.
Justin Robb, right, smokes after the law takes effect. (Petula Dvorak/Post)
COLUMN | If pot is going to be as mainstream as chardonnay in D.C., it shouldn’t be tough for a mom of two to find a party, right?
Meet “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey, a 28-year-old UFC fighter preparing to defend her undefeated record.
Three Republicans join Democrats in supporting Obama’s pick as the nomination heads to the full Senate.
The White House continues to debate whether to deepen involvement in a conflict pitting the West against Putin.
Researchers fear there are more craters than anyone knew, and the repercussions could be huge.
Steven Mufson and Paul Kane
Obama officials condemned a plan to speak to Congress and he sounded off on Iran.
The speaker is leading from behind as the DHS deadline looms and conservatives crack their knuckles.
WORLDVIEWS | The nun who cared for India’s poorest has become the center of controversy again.
Low gas prices and an improving economy are helping pancake houses hit new sales highs.
INSPIRED LIFE | Eliminate the tension and maybe reduce the risk of chronic pain and health issues.
Afghanistan avalanche death toll rises
Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Taylor Swift win at Brit Awards
Snow stymies southern states
Supreme Court appears to favor head scarf claim
Widespread flooding in northern Bolivia
Bowser: D.C. cannot be bullied on pot laws
Syrians return to Kobane
D.C.'s new marijuana law, explained
U.S. charges 3 with plotting to aid Islamic State
Ukraine truce appears to be holding
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COLUMN | Conservatives want one of their own — and a winner — for the White House 2016. Who fits the bill?
Gen. Philip M. Breedlove says he has made recommendations to the White House on how to counter Moscow.
There’s still no word on what that mysterious white spot is. In fact, the mystery has multiplied.
Employee drug tests have always been a privacy violation. Now they’re just pointless.
Local governments are bracing for millions in losses after a court changed the rules on tax deductions.
In Kevin Garnett’s emotional return to Minnesota, Washington lets a big lead slip away against a bad team.
‘Code-shifting,’ an old survival technique, can come in handy whether you need it or not.
Boxing up the treasured books collected over a lifetime brought a transcendent reunion with old friends.
But the politically divisive decision is sure to inspire a lawsuit.
The move could backfire and result in wage garnishment.
FEDERAL DIARY | House chairman leads agency employee changes that could be government-wide template.
The 30-year fixed-rate average rose for the third week in a row, climbing to 3.8 percent. It has risen 21 basis points in the past three weeks.
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