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Congress prohibited the VA from covering the fertility procedure 23 years ago over fears that some fertilized embryos might be discarded. But now efforts are underway to overturn that ban.
The companies are expected to announce their proposed merger Tuesday, in a move that would create a powerful cable and broadband Internet contender and competitor for Comcast.
Pauline Elliott's photograph rests on a letter she wrote her husband. (Post)
Michael E. Ruane
When DeRonda Elliott finally read the letters her parents exchanged during the war, she found a love story.
Social video shows Americans relaxing and remembering fallen troops.
The president thanked American service members and their families for their sacrifices.
Days of historic rainfall spread flash floods across the southern Plains, sweeping away hundreds of homes.
Jason Rezaian’s trial begins on Tuesday, but his mother and wife have been barred from attending.
TV REVIEW | Animal Planet ditches gimmicks for a superb look at life in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
For the party’s leader, the large field of contenders looks like a recipe for trouble.
WONKBLOG | The chain is spending millions to retool its image as its once-dominant empire crumbles.
The disaster-response dogs of the Fairfax Search and Rescue team balance training and relaxation.
Comedian Anne Meara dies at 85
Social video shows Memorial Day across U.S.
Graves found near Malaysia-Thailand border
Texas storm damage shuts down daycare
Obama: Family of fallen 'represent best of who we are'
Mathematician John Nash killed in car crash
To mom of fallen soldier, Rolling Thunder ‘keeps him alive’
Siblings spent 3 months at sea, now alone in Indonesia
Actress Susan Sarandon visits quake-hit Nepal
Protesters arrested in forbidden night-time street march
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Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee says the courts have too much power to “make law as well as enforce it.“
Olmert was convicted of accepting illegal campaign contributions from a U.S. businessman.
May is already the wettest on record for several cities in the southern Plains states, with more rain coming.
Are undergrads learning that the only way to have fun is when we’re drunk?
The move suggests the Republican governor is not keen to stir up controversy over social issues.
COLUMN | There’s a nice little romance blossoming between baseball and the District.
Steven Petrow explains that fashion choices are not the same as gender identity.
Seen as a continuum, the artist’s paintings reveal the depth of his talent and the refinement of his vision.
And it gives a huge boost for the FAA. Here’s why.
With some 40 million voters saddled with student loans, the issue is taking hold on the campaign trail.
The staggering array of plans suggests that Uncle Sam could be spending a lot smarter.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | To persuade his wife to move to the U.S., a man built a duplicate of their home in Japan.
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