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U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff (black helmet) reports from Libya in 2011. (Getty)
The militants’ threat to continue killing captives puts pressure on President Obama as he decides how to respond to an al-Qaeda offshoot that has not launched plots beyond its region.
Atlantic City has lost three of its 12 casinos so far this year, with a fourth set to follow this month.
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Karen Tumulty, Philip Rucker and Ben Terris
New publisher Frederick Ryan wants The Post to fulfill a “mandate to innovate.” But this former Reagan aide got the job in the good old Washington way: through connections and relationships.
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Electoral impasse in Kabul means successor to President Hamid Karzai will not be present at Wales summit.
Donna St. George, Susan Svrluga and Dan Morse
Police say teens attended a party in Olney, Md. and that driver had odor of alcohol when officers arrived.
The ACLU argued before a panel in New York that the bulk collection of phone records is unconstitutional.
Plaintiffs blamed the firm’s cement job on BP’s Macondo well for a blowout on the Deepwater Horizon rig in 2010.
The Obama administration calls on Israel to reverse plan to seize about 1,000 acres.
The endorsements are seen as a salvo in the political battle over women’s votes.
Lena H. Sun and and Brady Dennis
WHO and CDC officials say countries need to act now as fourth American in Liberia tests positive for virus.
Alicia A. Caldwell
Watchdog says surprise inspections don’t substantiate advocacy groups’ concerns about quality of care
D.C. shelters will be at capacity by December unless the city finds more beds for homeless parents and kids.
They used to considered hotbeds of bad behavior. Now, some alleys are centers of communal whimsy.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
You couldn’t blame the veep for keeping an eye on 2016. If, in fact, that’s what he’s doing.
T. Rees Shapiro and Michael Alison Chandler
Bailey’s Upper Elementary, the newest school in Fairfax County, is a 5-story former office complex.
The ad had been criticized by the victims’ family and Sullivan.
Sales at the U.S. box office were about $4.05 billion, down 15 percent from the previous year.
Yes, you read that right.
Shows like AMC’s “Breaking Bad” and ABC’s “Scandal” saw huge increases in thefts.
More than 9,000 untested rape kits remain in Tennessee’s backlog, mainly in Memphis, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Tuesday report.
A short list of stories important and entertaining written about politics today.
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200 students and staff were locked in at Fairfax County school for afternoon sweep; no danger discovered.
This is, apparently, a dance move.
Why have attitudes on military rule changed so drastically recently in authoritarian states? What happened is that the World Values Survey switched translations.
One study found an increase in speed limits since 1995 has led to an increase in fatalities.
U.S. officials are not yet able to confirm Somali reports that Ahmed Abdi Godane was killed.
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A new study by a women’s policy organization finds Massachusetts tops the list of states.
Rep. Steve Stockman is seeking an intern class for his waning days in Congress. But if you hate guns and babies and love terrorists, don’t apply.
The Republican candidate for governor of Illinois belongs to a $100,000-a-year wine club.
Alex Orfinger will now help oversee about 20 business journals around the country.
Eric Cantor’s next move. And other people.
More than 300 donors have taken advantage of the no-limit laws on donations.
The primary season has officially come to a close, but some of the ads were too good to forget. So while we await the onslaught of general election ads, here are some of the most successful from the early campaign.
The duo now lobbies for the Russian-owned Gazprombank.
Obamacare is #1. Always.
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