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The former secretary of state has aligned herself with liberal policies and with President Obama in recent weeks in hopes of tamping down a serious challenge from the left in the battle for a White House nomination.
Sterilizations, which cost about $1,000 per doe, happen in a state-of-the-art Bethesda operating room.
Andrew Frank and Hayley Plack recall the story. (Astrid Riecken for The Post)
John Woodrow Cox
The man who found Hayley Plack’s ring, which had belonged to her fiance’s grandma, knew what it was like to lose something precious.
Beloved chef Dorie Greenspan shows off her eclair recipe from her new cookbook, “Baking Chez Moi.”
Kevin Sullivan and Karla Adam
The militants are calling on doctors, lawyers, engineers and other professionals to join.
WONKBLOG | Kim Jong Un could be challenged if pirated copies get to the Hermit Kingdom.
The crime rate has plummeted, but the Bloomberg-era “stop and frisk” practice triggered particular ill will.
WHEN WE WERE SMALL | How Ron Shaich turned the fast-casual cafe in a billion-dollar business.
George F. Will
The new policy exposes two Republican contenders.
REVIEW | Disney’s adaptation is brimming with fantastical elements and music, but it’s a little too faithful.
STORYLINE | As relations with the nation normalize, a look at some of the 70 fugitives said to be there.
How new dads can help new moms | On Parenting
Kids taste test peanut butter alternatives
'Congress is': Voters fill in the blank
Food hacks: How to separate, scramble and fry eggs
The earthquake magnitude scale, explained
How the Ebola virus spreads
Coffee brewing: Down to a science
The Sunni-Shiite divide, explained
Can Congress stop the president's executive order?
Why you don't want a big tax refund
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THE FIX | “Schoolhouse Rock,” Angela Merkel and performance art.
A Christian charity and the Israeli government have resettled more than 5,000 Ukrainians this year.
It’s the most boozy time of the year.
POSTEVERYTHING | Believing in impossible beings may trigger kids’ counterfactual reasoning skills
Three months after being shot in the head, Jaydan Stancil of D.C. is determined to leave the hospital.
Their inclusion in the marquee slate of holiday games shows the change in perception of D.C.
It’s the day the networks battle for your couch-bound attention.
With artists continuing to funnel new magic into those traditional containers, here are the best albums of 2014.
Old Saint Nick runs a massive data operation. Can he be trusted?
WONKBLOG | When cost isn’t a factor, teens are much more likely to choose the most effective contraceptive methods.
FEDERAL EYE | Members of the Hines family have volunteered with the NORAD Tracks Santa call center for the past four years..
The 30-year fixed-rate average edged up to 3.83 percent, but has remained below 4 percent for all but two weeks since October.
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