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Hagel resigning under pressure
Missy Ryan and Craig Whitlock
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel submitted his resignation Monday, bowing to pressure from the White House to step down after less than two years in the job in what could portend a broader shakeup among President Obama’s national security team.
Hagel testifies before a Senate committee in June 2013.
Robert Griffin III after a sack. (Ricky Carioti/Post)
COLUMN | After another subpar performance, Washington must ask how much longer it can wait for its quarterback to develop.
In a groundbreaking case, the Supreme Court will consider whether an estranged husband’s Facebook postings constituted a “true threat” against his wife.
The incidents are part of a pattern of aggressive Russian behavior that has radiated across Europe.
Carol Morello and Brian Murphy
The U.S. and five other countries were unable to reach a comprehensive agreement with Iran on Monday.
Stories from all over
Cosby in 1982. (AP)
Soraya Nadia McDonald
He describes disbursing payments to women as part of “coverup.”
Police said the officer ordered the boy to raise his hands, but he reached for the BB gun.
WEATHER GANG | Thanksgiving travel may get tricky with a possibility of snow lasting into Thursday.
FACT CHECKER | A newspaper article published nearly a quarter-century ago is creating debate.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
No wonder they are so angry with the president.
A grand jury in the shooting of Michael Brown is expected to reconvene today.
Marion Barry Jr. 1936-2014
Paul Schwartzman and Mike DeBonis
While Marion Barry Jr. had suffered health problems, news of his death shocked D.C., where he reigned.
COLUMN | “Zero percent interest” programs can snare consumers — and if you get caught, it’s expensive.
Spotlight | Editors’ Pick
Manuel Roig-Franzia, Scott Higham, Paul Farhi and Mary Pat Flaherty
In new interviews, several women who have accused the cultural icon speak about alleged incidents from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
Entertainer Bill Cosby gestures during an interview on Nov. 6, 2014.
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5 takeaways from Marion Barry’s autobiography, ‘Mayor for Life’
Bill Cosby ‘forced himself on me’
Timeline: The death of Michael Brown
Marcus Samuelsson makes Garam Masala Pumpkin Tart
'It's very difficult for me to talk about what he did.'
How to carve a turkey | Food Hacks
Obama's immigration plan, by the numbers
Which tech gifts to buy and which to skip
Behind the scenes at the KidsPost Toy Test
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THE FIX | While only 36 percent of voters cast ballots, the raw data offer clues on the state of the electorate.
William Booth and Taylor Luck
The rising animosity over a sacred mosque could help undermine efforts to fight Islamic extremists.
Chico Harlan, Wesley Lowery and Kimberly Kindy
Many residents welcomed the spotlight, but some say say news organizations produced a warped portrait of the city.
Transactions, love matches, the occasional madman’s fangirl.
Although Democrats lost control of the Senate, the Virginian sees opportunities to pass legislation.
REDSKINS BLOG | Washington’s quarterback voices resolute faith in Jay Gruden’s system and his own ability to improve.
Former Post reporter Jose Vargas has turned his tireless energy toward a very personal cause: immigration.
Females who were mostly forgotten in 19th-century Paris get centerstage in Susan Stroman’s ballet musical.
As entertainment, big business and a creative discipline, video games have become a success story.
At Ugg and Burberry’s new area stores, iPads and touch screens help guide shoppers.
Robert O’Harrow Jr.
FEDERAL EYE | The guide is meant to help curb the number of questionable civil seizures of cash and property from motorists.
DC Design House chosen for 2015.
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