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In a bid to unify the increasingly fractured movement in the wake of Mohammed Omar’s death, he scoffs at peace negotiations as internal dissent grows.
THE TAKE | The crowded field needs a dose of reality: How can Republicans win votes in 2016 even as core conservatives stop identifying with party values?
Trump's campaign is long on flair and short on policies. (Getty)
David A. Fahrenthold
Donald Trump surged to the lead in the Republican presidential campaign using a showman’s flair and anti-immigrant and anti-Washington rhetoric, but without a policy platform of specifics.
Harvard's Making Caring Common project has come up with a list of recommendations.
Karen Tumulty, Dan Balz and Paul Kane
Along with sympathy in the wake of his son’s death, the vice president is hearing calls to run.
Formed in the era of Argentine Peronism, the pope’s views don’t easily fit into left-right boxes.
Turkey’s government is taking a harsher stance against the Islamic State in neighboring Syria.
The D.C. restaurant won’t take reservations, so determined food fiends line up and wait for it open.
WORLDVIEWS | 50,000 people in scores of enclaves were surrounded on all sides by another country.
An arbitrary demolition outside the Old City.
COLUMN | The airline industry is a classic oligopoly, and competition would be good for consumers.
In the actor’s rounds since the documentary “Going Clear,” there’s definitely an elephant in the room.
Karla L. Miller
@WORK ADVICE | His habits and mannerisms make some workers uncomfortable. Is that illegal?
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Group is continuing to make inroads among Democratic donors who had been reluctant to donate big checks.
Kerry will be in Cairo to support Egypt’s campaign against Islamic State-allied militants in the Sinai.
Bullet ricochets off critter’s shell and hits man in the face. And this isn’t the first time an armadillo shooting has gone awry.
I talked to parents who found their children dead, to kids who watched their parents die. It took a toll.
Spencer S. Hsu
Rabbi Barry Freundel’s term stands, with the judge saying he violated the trust of 52 people.
Military amputees will be among those playing the World’s Largest Golf Outing, a nationwide charity event.
The civil rights icon — a devoted Trekkie — told Nichelle Nichols that she was a symbol of racial equality.
The Alexandria native is Lin-Manuel Miranda’s essential partner in the smash-hit Broadway musical.
Ariana Eunjung Cha
Researchers compared what the apps do against American College of Sports Medicine guidelines for physical activity.
CSC, in turmoil when CEO Mike Lawrie arrived in 2012, is smaller, more focused and more profitable.
A new study questions whether patent examiners who work from home are working hard enough.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | Its minimalist design offers a classic example of Bauhaus architecture.
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