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While declaring it does not seek confrontation despite neighbors’ “provocative actions” and U.S. “meddling,” China’s State Council issued a policy document underlining the growth of the country’s defense ambitions.
Gen. Martin Dempsey, the outgoing chairman of the Joint Chiefs, has played a key role in forming the administration’s approach of using force sparingly.
Stranded along I-45 in Houston. (Cody Duty/Houston Chronicle via AP)
More than 10 inches of rain had fallen in Houston by morning, flooding homes and stranding motorists along major roadways.
Parents Danielle and Alexander Meitiv discuss the conflicts they've faced with Montgomery County.
The case addresses whether legislative districts should be based on population or eligible voters.
The offer comes just one month after Comcast’s decision to drop its own bid for Time Warner Cable.
The latest safety measure since the fatal May 12 derailment: Cameras will record train engineers’ actions.
Jason Rezaian, The Post’s Tehran bureau chief, has been kept in detention for 10 months.
Donna St. George
The Md. family hopes the ruling may ease fears of parents who want to let their children venture outdoors.
A new report makes plain that we are seeing the collapse of religious belief as a civic assumption in America.
Officials, appalled at social-media racism aimed at 2014 co-champions, don’t want to see a repeat this week.
All at once, pop culture is filled with strong, smart, authentic female role models — who are just like us.
An artist displayed, and sold, Instagram photos without permission. How is that okay?
Sham marriage on the rise in Europe
Actor Omar Sharif diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease
Children hurt in waterspout bounce house accident
Homicide probe to be launched into B.B. King's death
Protests at funeral for Muslims killed in Saudi mosque
Flight threats reportedly under investigation
At least 3 dead in Texas flooding
Iranian trial for Post’s Rezaian closed to public
Texas governor: Storm damage is ‘massive’
'Free-range' mom: 'The proof is in the kids'
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The relationship had been described as “strictly professional” when their travel together became an issue.
After a year of conflict in Ukraine, the former Soviet nation woos new partners but maintains ties to Russia.
Justin Wm. Moyer
The report follows unsubstantiated accusations from two of B.B. King’s 11 surviving children that the singer was “poisoned.“
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Filling in for Fister, Roark transitions from his relief role to lead the team to its 20th win in 25 games.
Sally Ride, the first American woman -- and the first known LGBT person -- in space, inspired generations.
Tom Stoppard’s career-launching absurdist tragicomedy gets a witty, slacker-ish treatment at the Folger.
Ive will still steer Apple’s design overall, but he is handing over administrative duties for hardware and software design to two trusted deputies.
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Lawmaker says that veterans should be given the same options as those visiting non-Veterans Affairs facilities.
Two older homes were renovated into four condos each, but each structure also hides a new, four-unit building.
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