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Jesse Matthew, the man believed to be the last to see Hannah Graham, was charged with reckless driving.
Journalists received information about the events, but are barred from the proceedings.
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The U.S. military expanded its war against the militant group by sending waves of warplanes and launching Tomahawk missiles into Syria.
Lenny Bernstein and Lena H. Sun
WHO-backed plan for Ebola is seen as intermediate step between treatment centers and home care.
Russia says U.S. plan to destroy the Islamic State has no legitimacy without Syrian cooperation.
Carol D. Leonnig and Spencer S. Hsu
Special teams haven’t defused threat from a swarm of attackers climbing over fence, government officials say.
In the fight against the Islamic State, slogans are not as key as strategy.
Al Kamen, Colby Itkowitz and in the loop
That White House security breach was bad, all right. But it’s not the worst of its kind we know of.
Did we mention Jason Mraz performed and Matt Damon is going to talk about clean water?
David A. Fahrenthold
As security features proliferate near iconic mansion, 1965 barrier remains a symbol of cautious openness.
A year after their leaders spoke by phone, the nations are still distrustful of each other on key issues.
Joe Davidson and Lisa Rein
The “Sammies” honor exceptional civil servants. The top winner this year is a CDC employee.
A roundup of business news from around the world.
Donna St. George
Math teacher Sarah Manchester returned to Montgomery school after $1 million win on Wheel of Fortune.
More members of the DC region’s largest immigrant group move up ladder as they become legal
State said Colby and Keisha White committed insurance fraud with claims for a lost wedding ring.
Virginia is suing country’s largest banks for misleading a state retirement fund.
David Nakamura and Anne Gearan
He has vowed that the U.S. will not act alone, but has struggled to win commitments from global allies.
The SEC fined the firm’s investment arm for failing to maintain adequate controls to prevent insider trading.
Regulations aimed at discouraging corporations from moving their headquarters abroad to avoid taxes.
Because of course real religions have never tried been social and political systems that have tried to advance an agenda of global conquest.
Jesse Matthew Jr. — who was seen with Hannah Graham — is sought on two counts of reckless driving.
Studies looking for links to cancer from inks have failed to find evidence, but long-term questions remain.
Scientists are studying cephalopods to come up with some high-tech hiding techniques.
Penny Sarchet and New Scientist
More and more people with a nonfatal disease are making the trip to end their lives.
Karen DeYoungand Tim Craig
Personal diplomacy and U.S. arm-twisting secured a breakthrough.
The case involved a man accused of taking underwater pictures of children at a San Antonio water park.
Joe Biden, midterms and the Clintons
The respiratory illness has sent scores of children to emergency rooms with deadly symptoms.
The infection rate among African American and Latina women in the South rivals sub-Saharan Africa.
Utah allows teachers with concealed carry permits to have weapons on campus without informing parents or administrators.
One of the best in an expanding genre.
Two professionals in aging care offer simple ideas for handling a loved one with dementia.
The fight had come down to the wire.
To raise awareness of alopecia, women with the hair-loss disorder posed for a nude calendar.
Cass Sunstein provides a good explanation of why counterfactual analysis is often useful to historians and social scientists. His points are especially relevant to legal scholarship.
Atlantic City, N.J., bet big on casinos. Now, it is losing. Four casinos have shut down since the beginning of 2014, leaving many residents out of work.
The 3-D technology is being used to design complicated office and medical space.
A billion people were living on Earth early in the 19th century, a figure that reached 7 billion in 2011.
There are 252,000 married same-sex couples, according to Census data, but the bureau acknowledged estimates could be off.
Recommendations have changed in recent years, so it’s smart to consider the benefits and the risks.
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