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The presidential front-runner is increasingly aligning herself with populist issues and with Obama in anticipation of a challenge from the left.
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With the number of women in the military on the rise, thousands have struggled to receive treatment and compensation for post-traumatic stress disorder caused by sexual trauma.
President Sweater Vest.
The congressman and civil rights leader recalls the personal history that a new film captures.
That is one cute (stuffed) monkey.
Good advice for all of us.
More people appear to believe Santa is a Democrat or Republican.
Census data show where American dolls, toys and games are made.
Average case takes more than nine months to investigate, prompting calls for legislation to speed up the process
State and local employees received just over $6,000 in average monthly earnings. New Jersey and D.C. aren’t far behind.
New institutions to oversee the CIA may not be necessary.
Retiring House Ways and Means chairman burnishes legacy of trying to think big in a gridlocked Congress.
“Schoolhouse Rock,” Angela Merkel and performance art.
Democrats’ push to draft Elizabeth Warren displays the party’s fault lines. But will it change the party’s track?
Members of the Hines family have volunteered with the NORAD Tracks Santa call center for the past four years..
The judge upheld Sharon Helman’s firing because of the gifts, but said her alleged role in covering up health-care wait times was not substantiated.
Police nationwide are elevating their scrutiny of invective on the Web after two NYPD officers were slain.
Michelle Ye Hee Lee
The claim is being repeated in protests over Eric Garner’s death. We check where it comes from, and whether it’s true.
Sandhya Somashekhar and Wesley Lowery
Some critics blame the civil rights leader for using rhetoric that they say fostered an anti-police environment.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
Some in Congress were eager to show North Korea that America won’t let Kim dictate their movie choices.
Matea Gold, Tom Hamburger and Rosalind S. Helderman
Documents obtained by The Post offer an intimate portrait of the possible White House contender and the challenges he faces within his own party.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) has made IRS targeting scandal a cause celebre.
Love Actually, Elizabeth Warren Actually, Space Actually
But that alone doesn’t tell us much about what to expect in politics.
“We ought to know where that money’s coming from,” said Montana Gov. Steve Bullock.
Need a chair, freshman of the 114th Congress?
A new experiment demonstrates that ex-felons can be reintegrated into the political system.
Can NATO’s rhetoric about a joint military organization be followed up with action?
Florida added 803 residents per day over the last year. Eight states now have populations greater than 10 million.
“Brat.” “Cliven.” “Unaccompanied.“
Why won’t Mitch McConnell and Rick Santorum share?
Kentucky senator has made it an annual tradition to air his grievances on Twitter. Today is Festivus.
If movie theaters won’t show the controversial film, maybe the federal government will?
The political science evidence says: yes.
Mary C. Curtis
Along with all its other problems, the studio managed to insult fans who buy a big chunk of movie tickets.
The pro-marijuana movement made significant strides this year.
The poll was last conducted in 2009.
We studied Obama’s speeches for evidence of “everybody should hate the police.”
Pay for political appointees and members of Congress will remain frozen while federal workers get a 1 percent boost in January.
Retiring senator, who spent 36 years on Armed Services Committee, talks about the future of Iraq, Afghanistan.
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