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EXCLUSIVE | Military officials are investigating allegations that the elite team of pilots was a hotbed of hazing, sexual harassment and other forms of discrimination, documents show.
The rancher has some thoughts about -- his words -- “the Nego.”
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Jonathan H. Adler
A new ad resurrects the shameful tactic of attacking an attorney for the actions of his clients.
Michael A. Fletcher
The automaker faced its worst quarterly performance in four years over the ignition switch defect.
After more than a year without a direct boss for its retail operation, Apple welcomes Angela Ahrendts to a critical job.
Carol D. Leonnig
Whistleblowers say boss deleted information that would embarrass White House, stalled investigations.
“Move over blood oranges, there is a new conflict citrus.“
Adam Bonica and Jenny Shen
The McCutcheon v. FEC decision may empower the wealthy -- but they’re also a moderating force.
Mary C. Curtis
Expanding societal notions of how to measure beauty, talent and excellence will take more than a magazine cover.
Our world’s roads are far too chaotic, and more traffic lights could easily fix that.
Self-driving cars are navigating their way to the consumer mainstream.
Jeb Bush is the latest in a long line of famous and not so famous people who have signaled an interest in the presidency.
Americans for Prosperity unleashes four new ads attacking the Affordable Care Act.
A list of the more interesting scientific breakthroughs that came from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and its research partners.
Brookings Institution report argues that religious progressives could be heading for a renaissance.
How the International Criminal Court could mitigate war crimes in Syria.
Journalists from The Washington Post shed light on how and why they reported on Edward Snowden blowing the whistle on massive NSA surveillance programs.
The agency is moving slowly, creating a “framework” while scientific study continues.
A roundup of business news from around the globe.
Michael Alison Chandler
Arlington board announcement reverses earlier decision to sell property to a developer
Interchangeable, all-purpose phrases are de rigueur for Chris Christie, Obama, pols of either major party.
When spy-agency workers admit to criminal activity on lie-detector tests, law enforcement may not be told.
New law requires local school districts to develop alternative assessments but offers no funding
But worries linger as analysts see customers increasingly being wooed by the competition.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
The senator from New Jersey spends a lot of time on that other coast.
Effort to reduce prison population will focus on inmates with long sentences and no gang ties.
Donna St. George
The subject is also not a staple of high school education nationally, a look at AP exam numbers suggests.
The subject is not a staple of the nation’s high schools and is especially rare for girls and minorities.
Cecilia Kang and Brian Fung
The agency will introduce a proposal that could enshrine pay-for-play rules favoring large companies.
President Obama is in Asia for a four-country tour to promote commerce and trade as part of his administration's so-called "Asia pivot." But with rising tensions in the region, what does his relationship with Japan, South Korea and China look like?
Lena H. Sun
The Northeast is hit particularly hard as flu makes its spring-season return, but with a different strain dominant.
GOP Senate candidate in Michigan Terri Lynn Land declares herself a woman in a new TV ad, which is exactly what Selina Meyer says not to do.
Asymmetric polarization is a real thing.
The school board rejected their closure, and also decided to save bus service to Thomas Jefferson High.
Supreme Court rejected a ruling that one man’s computer images made him liable for a $3.4 million award.
Ohio's ban on lies about political candidates has made it to the highest court in the land. Now, the Supreme Court is set to weigh in on a politician's "right to lie."
The battle for full restitution for child pornography victims will now shift to Congress.
Against objections and citing an era of falling state aid, the Board of Visitors votes 12 to 3 for the hike.
Though fathers are more involved in their children’s lives, volunteering at school is still a rarity for them.
The former Bradley Manning is asking the Army to provide treatment for gender identity disorder.
That question stumped a State Department spokeswoman on Wednesday.
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