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Brady Dennis, Abby Phillip and Elahe Izadi
The man, who had been treating Ebola patients in Guinea with Doctors Without Borders, returned to New York this month and is in isolation at Bellevue Hospital.
The assault, which hospitalized 11 police officers, appears to be the group’s first confirmed use of chemical weapons.
Monica Lewinsky speaks in Philadelphia. (Philadelphia Daily News via AP)
Rosalind S. Helderman
The intern and her mother were threatened with criminal prosecution if she did not agree to wear a wire.
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Police confront protesters on Aug. 11. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)
He came from a family of Hollywood luminaries but forged his own path in Washington politics and media.
Drew Harwell and Michael A. Fletcher
Some legislators want all affected vehicles to be repaired in what could become the largest recall in history.
Drawing charges of hypocrisy, GOP groups are attacking Democrats who supported conservative ideas.
The move marks the first time a foreign combatant held at Bagram will be transferred to the U.S. for trial.
The situation could soon enough become a morass.
Evidence points to the use of chlorine gas in Syria in recent months.
Carol Morello and Mark Berman
Police said he had a criminal record, may have had “radical views,” and was seeking to fly to Syria.
Age and technical difficulties aside, seniors apply the lessons of life to the etiquette of the Internet.
FRIDAY, NOON - 2 P.M. ET | Grateful Dead lyricist John Perry Barlow, Twitter’s Karen Wickre and others talk in San Francisco about what life experience can bring to innovation.
Weekend forecast, Oct. 24-26: Breezy beauty
Haunting the neighbors — it's a family affair
Virginia is for 'Cars and Coffee' lovers
How the CDC trains workers to combat Ebola
How Apple's OS X Yosemite tracks you
In the West Bank, broken olive branches
Fantasy Minute: Big-play threat Golden Tate on the rise
How to take apart a mammoth, in 35 seconds
A look at Oscar de la Renta's impact on first ladies’ fashion
Meet Ron Klain: The 'Ebola czar'
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Katie Zezima and Sean Sullivan
President Obama has raised a lot of campaign cash for Democrats, but can he help them on the trail?
With the election for governor approaching, the slow pace of reconstruction is top of the agenda.
The investigation details a scheme in which athletes were placed in courses they didn’t have to attend.
Satire, too, is a great weapon.
Julie Zauzmer, John Woodrow Cox and Clarence Williams
Two others were injured in the crash that occurred about a mile from the Frederick Municipal Airport.
NATIONALS JOURNAL | Span has never won the award and has been nominated twice, while LaRoche claimed the trophy in 2012.
The actress is not the only Hollywood star who bears the burden of our expectations about beauty and aging.
In video works, “Days of Endless Time” at the Hirshhorn examines our need for nature to revitalize us.
Congress put regulatory wiggle room in its Telecommunications Act of 1996. That’s where an end to the ‘open Internet’ fight might be hiding.
ON LEADERSHIP | The maker of brands such as Camel, Kool and Pall Mall will begin imposing more restrictions on where employees can light up.
FEDERAL EYE | A report said the Army restricted Tamara Lusardi’s restroom usage and stopped giving her work.
The 1885 rowhouse, designed and built by Thomas Franklin Schneider, retains his historic character outside but has been modernized inside.
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