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Carol D. Leonnig
Julia Pierson was tapped to put an end to business as usual at the Secret Service, but systemic problems persisted.
But only the immediate family members of Thomas Eric Duncan in Texas are being regularly monitored for symptoms, Dallas County health officials say.
A protester pleads for a peaceful resolution. (AP)
William Wan and Daniela Deane
Tensions rose as protesters threatened to block more government offices and authorities warned of retaliation.
The Giants throttled the Pirates — the only team that could rival the Nationals as baseball’s hottest.
Mary Pat Flaherty and T. Rees Shapiro
Jesse “LJ” Matthew Jr., who was not charged in those cases, left the schools shortly after each allegation.
WEATHER GANG | A cold front — and probably storms — are headed here as the Nats start the playoffs.
Ann E. Marimow
Urging clemency, he wants to undo the “unjust” term he was required to put on a low-level drug player.
The death of the NE boy, who was shot in the chest in an apartment, was likely an accident, police say.
Aaron C. Davis
The chairman of the Democratic Governors Association backed him over Muriel Bowser.
Dan Morse, Katherine Shaver and Julie Zauzmer
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation worker had been told police would likely be contacted the day before.
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Near Point Lay, Alaska. (Reuters/NOAA)
Researchers spotted the huge congregation in late September and say it threatens the species.
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A D.C. Council member proposed more insurance, a ban on street hails and background checks.
REVIEW | An artist’s stunning new public portrait work in soil and sand pushes the boundaries of art.
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Activists in key states say it’s increasingly difficult to register Latinos who would vote Democrat.
Posts on Twitter suggest a member of the jury may have discussed the proceedings with a friend.
POSTEVERYTHING | An activist points out the absurd stereotypes in the show that returns Sunday.
Host Mika Brzezinski tries to toy with the idea that Julia Pierson didn’t get her job on the merits.
Tim Gunn flip-flops on Hillary Clinton's style
Ebola in U.S.: How it can spread, and be stopped
In D.C., Joshua Bell finally gets his ovation
Fantasy Minute: Manning on the rise heading into week five
From the Ground Up: Grand opening reflections
A double-threat athlete
Secret Service scandals, in 60 seconds
Beer man dreams of Beltway World Series
The Iraqi comedy on the Islamic State
Scenes from pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong
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Writer: Nicole Crowder
Sari Horwitz and Al Kamen
IN THE LOOP | Many names have been floated, but the list appears to be narrowing.
A wait-and-see approach to prescribing antibiotics could help solve the growing problem of killer “superbugs.“
COLUMN | For former fans of the hapless Senators, a winning team is a contradiction in terms.
DC SPORTS BOG | Gnome Madness has now led to hidden gnomes throughout the metropolitan area.
The 30-year fixed-rate average begins to slowly retreat after spiking two weeks ago.
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No tickets to the game? Find somewhere to watch with big screens and drink specials.
FEDERAL EYE | The administration is adding $270 million to programs aimed at keeping military veterans off the streets.
The justices have not determined whether to rule on cases from several states where bans were struck down.
TV REVIEW | To enjoy this mystery series redux, you have to pretend ‘Broadchurch’ never happened.
Apple needs to be on the fashion world’s good side to sell the world on wearables.
Government labor force, professional services firms continue to shrink, holding back the area’s recovery.
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