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Lena H. Sun and Juliet Eilperin
President Obama plans to announce that up to 3,000 personnel are headed to West Africa amid a chaotic response to the worst Ebola outbreak in history.
The White House will announce new steps today to phase out a widely used coolant said to be spurring climate change.
A Palestinian woman collects items from the rubble of her house. (Getty)
Thousands of displaced residents elbow into a saturated housing market where prices have more than doubled since the conflict.
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Islamic State handout photo. (AP)
The slick “Dabik” magazine is filled with grisly images and promises of more to come.
Ed O’Keefe and Anne Gearan
Congress is expected to soon approve training and equipping rebels battling the Islamic State.
But can he win? A recent poll showed that only 2 percent of Iowa’s Democrats support him.
Navy Yard One year later
Aaron C. Davis
The lasting toll of Aaron Alexis’s rampage is reflected in the Navy’s struggle to finish its newest warship.
Thomas H. Boggs Jr. 1940-2014
With a gregarious charisma, the lobbyist spent four decades as a heavyweight in influence peddling.
Life’s milestones are becoming harder for young adults to grasp.
Iraqi and Syrian forces alone will not likely be enough against the group.
For fans of the Nationals and O’s, dreams of making the playoffs have moved to buoyant inevitability.
CIVILITIES | Keeping your children at the forefront is a good idea as you choose your answer.
Miss America dips toe into future as reign begins
USS America: Where Navy Yard shooting victim's legacy lives
Players have a ball with bubble soccer
Hillary Clinton at Harkin Steak Fry: 'I'm baaaaack!'
The aerial dance of photographing fighter jets
Parties You Missed: Princess Di's former chief of staff gets warm DMV welcome
A brief history of controversial Urban Outfitters products
As Ebola death toll rises, Liberians find solace through faith
Not just new glasses: Meet Rick Perry 2.0
Sen. Harkin, Bill Clinton and Steak Fry memories
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David Nakamura and Juliet Eilperin
Public doubts are increasing about the president’s response to crises in the Middle East, Africa and Ukraine.
Western forces could target trucks carrying oil from a handful of refineries in northern Iraq.
Janice Lynch Schuster
Along with aches and pains, the disease raises difficult questions when symptoms won’t go away.
Seeing Janay Rice get punched out revealed more than Rihanna’s battered, yet static, image ever could.
Victoria St. Martin
DR. GRIDLOCK | MARC and Amtrak trains in the Washington area are suspended Tuesday morning because of downed wires, according to alerts.
In Atlanta, the Nationals topped their rivals the Braves again to drop the magic number to two.
How did the performers and the new judge fare on the first night of Season 19?
South Africa’s Isango Ensemble (making its U.S. debut) beautifully remolds the Western work.
Apple says the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have set a new pre-sale record.
Ylan Q. Mui
WONKBLOG | The central bank is nearing a milestone, and communicating its next steps could prove challenging.
FEDERAL EYE | The field office, the second-largest in the FBI, manages the Syria portfolio.
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