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Two leading presidential hopefuls clash over Obama’s new policy to normalize relations, offering a glimpse of the GOP’s coming foreign policy debate.
Greg Jaffe and Steven Mufson
“We cannot have a society in which some dictator someplace can start imposing censorship here,” the president said as he ended a tough sixth year in office.
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OPINION | The Post’s Cairo bureau chief, who lives in a high-risk zone, finally confronts the pain she has been carrying for years.
“Into The Woods” is the latest movie to use actors not typically known for their singing voices.
A federal judge had struck down a state ban, and without intervention, the marriages could begin Jan. 6.
Schools would be ranked based on whether recent graduates earn more than 200 percent of poverty level.
“America’s doctor” is wrong more than half of the time, the British Medical Journal says.
Lawyers and lobbyists practice the fine art of giving clients gifts that say and make the right impression.
Abby Phillip, Elahe Izadi and Fred Barbash
The news shocked an already reeling nation, which was still mourning victims of a hostage siege.
The Kepler spacecraft should have landed on the scrap heap, but a new finding has scientists excited.
You’ve been the worst one ever.
Hard lessons have shown engagement doesn’t automatically promote freedom.
A strange-looking new species was discovered during recent exploration of the Mariana Trench.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | The advice columnist answered questions about the strange train we call life.
WONKBLOG | Students from disadvantaged families might benefit, but others typically do not.
Highlights from Obama's last briefing of 2014
FIFA will not reopen 2018, 2022 World Cup votes
Olympian Michael Phelps pleads guilty to DUI
Dr. Oz's 'miraculous' claims
Obama: Sony 'made a mistake'
Gas prices dip to under $2 a gallon
Pentagon: 'N. American airspace is safe for sleigh travel'
Man rams car into headquarters of Spain's ruling party
Chicago mayor: NFL draft ‘great opportunity’
Father of spy freed by Cuba hasn’t heard from son
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THE FIX | In news conference, the president mistakes the Baltimore Ravens QB for ‘The Interview’ star.
American relations with China have brought immense benefits to the people of both countries, experts say.
The shift toward late motherhood is often seen as novel liberation from the biological clock. Don’t believe it.
Julie Zauzmer and Ashley Halsey III
Residents were advised to run taps for five minutes to remove any contamination from the lines.
He has made 30 deals, including this week’s biggie, since becoming the Nats’ general manager in 2009.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | So long to an exuberant talk show that put a premium on giddy, silly talk.
Roth, who clashed with management at the Jewish theater in D.C., said he'll start a new company.
Google has filed a lawsuit against Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood, based on information leaked from e-mails taken in the massive cyberattack against Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Roberto A. Ferdman
WONKBLOG | American canned tuna industry is now pretty much entirely Asian-owned.
FEDERAL EYE | The 1 percent pay hike is modest compared to the increases provided by past presidential administrations.
The D.C. architect cleverly integrated the bones of the post-World War II spec house into his modern design.
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