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One veteran’s difficulty transitioning from military to civilian life, and from camaraderie to isolation.
A string of about 20 shootings on roads and highways in the area had rattled the region.
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The party thinks it can better identify supporters, motivate them and get them to the midterm polls.
House Majority PAC appears to be gearing up to protect vulnerable House Democrats this fall.
Kim Yi Dionne
Guinea-Bissau’s election draws from beyond its borders.
Nearly one-third of the 1,306 converts to the religion in the Washington area are in their 20s or early 30s.
A coalition of religious leaders oppose ‘One Newark’ plans.
In a city as obsessed with its politics as its sports, last April’s attack fundamentally altered the political scene.
What a veteran educator learned from a 17-year-old named Eddy about school reform.
‘For Brown Girls’ founder Karyn Washington was an inspiration to many. Her apparent suicide has sparked conversations about depression and mental health among black women.
If there’s a political book everyone’s talking about, the real shocker is if anyone has anything nice to say at all.
A roundup of business news from around the globe.
Members of a Sikh community in Maryland combat misunderstanding with education.
A case brought by the Pascua Yaquis people of Arizona poses a key test for a new federal law that allows Native American tribes, which have their own court system, to prosecute non-Indians.
Hamil R. Harris
Jericho City of Praise in Landover, Md., has faced a schism in recent years.
Assessments of their profitability differ as Senate committee weighs shutting down mortgage giants.
Colby Itkowitz and Philip Rucker
Documents made public Friday offer a revealing glimpse into the former first couple’s agenda on public relations, health care and more.
Religious leaders and believers strongly disagree over whether Jesus’ rising is real or symbolic
Retailer posts list of stores affected by breach, including several in the Washington area.
Jew or Christian. All that matters is the sense of community that Easter and Passover rituals inspire.
T. Rees Shapiro
The county School Board may cut funding to transport students to the magnet high school in Fairfax County.
Gerri Marmer and — Compiled by Gerri Marmer
Easter worship services, pipe organ concerts, bingo night, Henry VIII book discussion, choral concerts.
Brothers Paul and J.P. Norden each lost their right leg in the Boston Marathon bombings April 15, 2013. One year later, they walk parts of the marathon route to raise money for their ongoing health care.
The new law, sponsored by Sen. Ted Cruz, bars nominees deemed to have engaged in terrorist activity.
Two decades ago, a young diplomat who would eventually become a top Obama administration official, wrote a colorfully-worded email about African American summit.
Listen to my debate with Professor Doug Berman on whether a drug dealer acquitted of running a drug ring should be sentenced for running a drug ring.
In March, Virginia lost jobs, D.C. added none, and there was only a modest gain in Maryland.
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Robert Costa and Philip Rucker
The former presidential candidate is trying to help GOP contenders in November’s midterm elections.
The initiative is designed to help veterans using literature, drama and history.
Firearms law CLE program in Indianapolis on April 25.
Sometimes it’s illegal -- but sometimes it’s legal, and sometimes prohibitions on such sterilization are unconstitutional.
So holds a California trial court.
Agencies were given more time to decide whether the pipeline is in the national interest.
Damon Linker argues that atheists cannot explain or justify self-sacrifice. In reality, atheism is no less compatible with moral constraints on self-interest than theism.
In the last week, a Florida case said “yes” and a California case said “no.” But that’s not surprising, since the state statutes differ.
Following a series of suicides, the Woodson community is working to prevent more loss.
T. Rees Shapiro and Justin Jouvenal
The Fairfax County school’s parents want to prevent more suicides after six student deaths in three years.
A bipartisan bill would swap “printing” for “publishing” to better reflect the agency’s digital-age offerings.
The battle to define state House Speaker Thom Tillis (R) is on in North Carolina.
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