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Dallas nurse treated for Ebola at NIH now free of virus

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Nina Pham meets with President Obama at the White House after leaving Bethesda facility.

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    Parade of storms, including remains of Tropical Storm Ana, to pound Pacific NW

    Parade of storms, including remains of Tropical Storm Ana, to pound Pacific NW

    A parade of storms will bombard the Pacific Northwest with periods of rain and wind. Making a special appearance? The remnants of Tropical Storm Ana.

    Dallas nurse treated for Ebola at NIH now free of virus

    Dallas nurse treated for Ebola at NIH now free of virus

    Nina Pham meets with President Obama at the White House after leaving Bethesda facility.

    Meet a D.C. Council candidate: Anita D. Bonds

    Meet a D.C. Council candidate: Anita D. Bonds

    Bonds, the 69-year-old Democratic nominee, is one of 15 candidates seeking two at-large council seats.

    Brookland Pint offers new nods to vegan diners

    Brookland Pint offers new nods to vegan diners

    Make way for an impressive new po’boy alongside the Puerto Rican-inspired mofongo.

    O’Malley returning to New Hampshire on Monday

    O’Malley returning to New Hampshire on Monday

    The Maryland governor is scheduled to campaign with candidates for governor and U.S. senator

    Northwestern’s Asfaw wins county title

    Northwestern’s Asfaw wins county title

    CROSS-COUNTRY | For Northwestern sophomore Estifanos Asfaw, extra practice made for a personal best at the Prince George’s County championships.

    Pamphlet for Brown focuses on civil rights movement

    Pamphlet for Brown focuses on civil rights movement

    The Maryland Democratic Party reminds African Americans of the voting struggles of the past.

    Tomorrow’s pop charts may soon belong to Becky G

    Tomorrow’s pop charts may soon belong to Becky G

    The young breakout star, who hits the Fillmore on Tuesday, is paying her dues while scoring hits like “Shower.“

    Search of rabbi’s office at Towson U. finds tiny cameras, list of names

    Search of rabbi’s office at Towson U. finds tiny cameras, list of names

    The hidden cameras were seized in the probe of voyeurism charges against Barry Freundel.

    D.C. lawmaker questions Maryland’s Ebola policy

    Council member Yvette Alexander asks if Md. should send Ebola patients to D.C.,as planned

    Pr. George’s deputies involved in fatal shooting identified

    Officer shot a man during a call for a domestic dispute. 911 call reported that the man had a gun.

    D.C. woman sentenced to four years in baby’s death

    The mother had pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in September.

    Federal investigators on site of plane, helicopter crash

    Federal investigators on site of plane, helicopter crash

    National Transportation Safety Board investigators on scene of plane, helicopter crash.

    Fighting Ebola in West Africa, then fear of disease in U.S.

    Fighting Ebola in West Africa, then fear of disease in U.S.

    A small army of U.S. volunteers has been traveling back and forth to the Ebola epicenters for months.

    Poll: Bowser leads Catania by 17 points

    New WAMU-FM/Washington City Paper poll shows race is far from a tossup in final weeks.

    ‘Birdman’ and other new movies, reviewed

    Michael Keaton portrays an actor making a comeback in one new film.

    Radical Kelvin Hemholtz wave clouds in the Rockies

    Radical Kelvin Hemholtz wave clouds in the Rockies

    This week, the National Weather Service and National Park Service, respectively, captured wonderful examples of the sky doing its best impression of the ocean.

    Montgomery wants more snow off sidewalks after storms

    The County Council proposed a plan to clear slush and ice along highways and sidewalks to make them safer.

    Maryland candidates urge voters to cast their ballots early

    Maryland candidates urge voters to cast their ballots early

    Nearly 43,000 people took advantage of the first day of early voting in the state.

    Meet a D.C. Council candidate: Calvin H. Gurley

    Meet a D.C. Council candidate: Calvin H. Gurley

    Gurley, a 56-year-old independent, is one of 15 candidates seeking two at-large council seats.

    Traffic, transit tips for this weekend

    Traffic, transit tips for this weekend

    Travelers will head for fall foliage in the mountains, but they won’t have to go that far to encounter traffic.

    Partial solar eclipse: Stunning photos from D.C. and beyond

    Partial solar eclipse: Stunning photos from D.C. and beyond

    We share with you standout images from the D.C. area and other parts of the nation.

    Maryland open houses Oct. 25-26

    Maryland open houses Oct. 25-26

    A list of properties in Maryland that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.

    Virginia open houses Oct. 25-26

    Virginia open houses Oct. 25-26

    A list of properties in Virginia that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.

    D.C. open houses Oct. 25-26

    D.C. open houses Oct. 25-26

    A list of properties in the District that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.

    In NW, a single-family home become an octo-condo

    In NW, a single-family home become an octo-condo

    At 13th Street Flats, a development by Capital City Real Estate, the former dwelling is home to eight units.

    Where We Live | Moyaone Reserve

    Where We Live | Moyaone Reserve

    In Accokeek, Md., across the Potomac from Mount Vernon, there’s lots of room to breathe.

    ‘Birdman’ gets its power from its ambiguity. At least, I think so.

    ‘Birdman’ gets its power from its ambiguity. At least, I think so.

    Some people will leave the theater ticked that it’s never made clear, truly clear, if Riggan is a superhero in other ways than in his own mind.

    ‘Birdman’ was a lesson in high-wire acting for actress Andrea Riseborough

    ‘Birdman’ was a lesson in high-wire acting for actress Andrea Riseborough

    “Alejandro [Gonzalez Inarritu] was trying to achieve a 360-degree experience, and that meant we all had to get the f--- out of the way,” Riseborough says.

    ‘E-Team’ takes viewers around the world with human rights defenders

    ‘E-Team’ takes viewers around the world with human rights defenders

    The documentary’s title refers to the emergencies team of Human Rights Watch; when there are reports of violations of human rights, they are the first on the ground.

     

    The death of Prince McLeod Rams (Part 6): Where do Prince William prosecutors turn now?

    New information reveals why prosecutors think he’s a serial killer, but his son’s testimony corroborates his claim of innocence.

    Meet a D.C. Council candidate: Anita D. Bonds

    Bonds, the 69-year-old Democratic nominee, is one of 15 candidates seeking two at-large council seats.

    You can name a Silver Line station

    Loudoun County officials are asking the public to weigh in on names for two Silver Line stations set to open in 2018.

    Traffic, transit tips for this weekend

    Travelers will head for fall foliage in the mountains, but they won’t have to go that far to encounter traffic.

    D.C. officials scale back streetcar plans

    The revised plan dramatically scales back the 20-mile-plus network that officials had envisoned completing within the next decade.

    Audit finds fault with Park Police in missing woman case

    An inspector general’s report noted egregious handling of the search for an 83-year-old Maryland woman.

    Md. gubernatorial candidates say they’ll reconsider ICC tolls

    Lowering tolls might get voters’ attention, but it’s unlikely to happen.

    Travel tips for Sunday’s Marine Corps Marathon

    The course through Arlington County and the District makes driving and parking difficult. Some Metro stations will be crowded.

    Bridge project to cause major traffic delays

    DDOT is beginning work to replace the 16th Street bridge over Military Road in northwest. During the work lanes will be reduces to one in each direction.

    Thursday morning delays on Metro

    Another problem on Metro’s busy line. Trains are sharing a track between Friendship Heights and Van Ness.

    Fliers from Ebola-hit countries will be on a 21-day watch upon arrival in U.S.

    State and local authorities will track airline passengers’ daily temperatures and any symptoms.

    Key questions surround D.C. streetcar line’s opening

    The city says the inaugural line will operate by year’s end, but issues remain to be settled in the meantime.

    Local legislators stand behind Arlington streetcar project

    Northern Virginia lawmakers urge state transportation chief to disregard anti-streetcar faction.

    An additional 3 million vehicles may have defective air bags, NHTSA says

    At least four have died when inflator mechanisms ruptured, spraying passengers with metal fragments.

    How can we plan for commuting’s Futurama?

    Driverless cars are just one innovation confronting today’s traffic planners

    Local Columns

    John Kelly

    John Kelly

    Like exotic animals at a watering hole, mouthwatering cars are drawn to Katie’s Cars & Coffee every week.

    Petula Dvorak

    Petula Dvorak

    A D.C. substitute teacher charged with abusing a male teen may have damaged more than her reputation.

    Robert McCartney

    Robert McCartney

    COLUMN | Another D.C. family homelessness crisis is feared despite lessons from last winter’s debacle.

    Petula Dvorak

    Petula Dvorak

    Despite herself, a mother of two boys is uncomfortable with their desire for Hot Wheels orange toenails.

    Photo Galleries

    Patagonia takes work-life balance to new heights

    The California company’s flexible work program ensures that employees find the time for recreational pursuits.

    Scenes from the Congressional Cemetery

    The 35-acre cemetery serves also as both a grand city park and a sort of neighborhood community center.

    A mammoth’s deconstruction

    The ancient skeleton at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History is being shipped to Canada for restoration.

    Can the Boardwalk Empire strike back?

    The mayor of Atlantic City is betting against all odds that a rebirth awaits.

    Special blessings for special pets

    A Franciscan monastery was among several sites conducting a “blessing of the animals” ceremony.

    Nationals Park, on its way up

    With the planned opening of a Harris Teeter, the neighborhood — and its pack of new buildings — is on the rise.

    Celebrating at the H Street festival

    The event’s dramatic growth mirrors the reinvention of the D.C. neighborhood.

    D.C. mayoral candidates confront each other in first debate

    Muriel E. Bowser, David A. Catania and Carol Schwartz sparred testily over ethics and education.

    Our Washington

    From waterfronts to monuments, Post photographers share their favorite D.C. spots.

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