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Griff Witte and Karla Adam
The vote is over and, in a matter of hours, they’ll know whether their future is tied to Britain or whether a breakup is at hand.
The move is part of a shift by U.S. tech firms to make their products more resistant to government snooping.
One of Alibaba's retail sites in China’s Shandong Province. (EPA)
Its Friday debut at the New York Stock Exchange is the most aggressive effort yet by a Chinese firm to stand shoulder-to- shoulder with U.S. giants that rule the digital economy in the West.
Customers are charged for water, carry-on bags and more. Spirit’s fares are lowest, but the fees are plentiful.
Paul Kane and Ed O’Keefe
The plan calls for training and equipping moderate rebels in hopes of stemming the growing threat.
T. Rees Shapiro and Victoria St. Martin
A witness said he saw the man put his arm around Hannah Graham early Saturday in Charlottesville.
The pop star-turned-Democratic-candidate is hoping to win over voters in a N.C. congressional race.
Several health workers and three journalists were among the victims, some of whom had their throats slit.
The first playoff games will likely occur during Yom Kippur, the holiest 24 hours on the Jewish calendar.
The U.S. repeated a mistake made during the Vietnam War.
President Obama could help kick-start a debate that has stalled.
New money laundering laws spook art buyers who preferred to pay with cash, and a boom is cooling off.
Is your pup’s water bowl half empty or half full? It depends on their personality, new research showed.
Islamic State seizes villages in Syria
Man arrested for arson in massive Calif. wildfire
Heavy rain from Odile drenches Southwest
U.S. paratroopers mark 70 years at Groesbeek
Scots voting whether to declare independence
Poroshenko: Don't 'let Ukraine stand alone'
New Apple iPhones, iPads will lock out police
New details emerge about Frein, alleged Pa. shooter
Mattis: Islamic State like Al-Qaeda and Hezbollah 'on steroids'
Tourists finally leaving Mexico after Hurricane Odile
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The ruling appears to make the path to victory more difficult for Sen. Pat Roberts.
Todd C. Frankel
Her family begged her not to return to Sierra Leone. But the love of her life was there. So Najmeh Modarres had to make a choice.
The virus continues to crop up in new states, with other cases likely in several other states as well.
POSTEVERYTHING | The former student says if it wasn’t for her best friend, she wouldn’t be alive today.
Patton Boggs only recently merged with Squire Sanders amid a wave of losses of clients and employees.
COLUMN | With a difference-maker on the line and athletic inside linebackers, the early returns on defense are good.
A National Portrait Gallery exhibit, “Staging the Self,” features an exploration of Latin self-identity
It’s hard to tell what predicated the change, but Facebook is shifting around its mysterious News Feed algorithm to show fewer old posts in favor of more “timely” ones.
WONKBLOG | Many oil and gas experts have warned that Scotland might not be quite as well off as nationalists are claiming.
FEDERAL EYE | Replacing the USPS fleet would cost postal officials about $5 billion, and that’s a check that at the moment they can’t write.
The prolonged flat, stable period of mortgage rates came to an end this week as the 30-year fixed-rate average spiked to 4.23 percent.
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