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Federal prosecutors say that the man who ran through the White House’s unlocked front door Friday was keeping 800 rounds of ammunition, two hatchets and a machete in his car.
The military officers, who disappeared during a training program in Massachusetts, were detained while attempting to enter the country.
Rob McDonald in a equipment room at Nationals Park. (J. McDonnell/Post)
The team employs over 1,100 people who never even take the field. Rank them by importance, and travel vice president Rob McDonald and equipment manager Mike Wallace are near the top.
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Jesse Matthew Jr. — already questioned by police — is sought on two counts of reckless driving.
COLUMN | How about the Secret Service starts by doing what most folks do? Lock. The. Doors.
Five Native Americans contend that team owner Dan Snyder cannot name them as “parties of interest.”
Spencer S. Hsu
He and his son tried to make illegal payments to two public officials to start a taxi and tow-truck business.
Steve Bisciotti refuted a report that alleged the team knew more about the Rice situation than they let on.
A trial was found unconstitutional after 40 years, so Emmogean Simpson had to testify again.
Comfort Doe died outside an Ebola center in Liberia amid confusion regarding her diagnosis.
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Colby White and his wife, who worked for the system as an auditor, had been on administrative leave.
RELIABLE SOURCE | A former undersecretary to Hillary Clinton had both praise and criticism.
TRANSCRIPT | “Dr. Gridlock” takes your questions (and gripes) on traffic, transit and commuting.
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Viewers of KTVA learned all about the Alaska Cannabis Club. And then, they learned something else.
Scientists say new findings cast doubt on claims of the discovery of the dawn of the universe.
Did we mention Jason Mraz performed and Matt Damon is going to talk about clean water?
Gov. Sam Brownback’s radical tax cuts have put the state on a path to penury.
Children with severe autism react differently to certain stimuli than those without autism, a study says.
Calif. King fire threatens thousands of structures
Obama signs America's Promise Summit Declaration
Hawthis tighten grip on Yemen's capital
Schools reopen in Nigeria after Ebola break
It's time for Oktoberfest 2014 in Munich
U.S. rejects Iran bid to link Islamic State fight to nuclear concessions
Obama: ‘Secret Service does a great job’
Rutgers student killed by black bear in N.J.
Fighting rages in Syria as leaders meet at U.N.
Thousands rally in Hong Kong calling for democracy
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Forcing people to use their legal names against their will is not only dangerous, it’s disrespectful.
COLUMN | That 1960 Gibson Les Paul guitar? It sold for more than $140,000. Meet the rabid collector who bought it.
REDSKINS BLOG | Here are five things that stood out to Mike Jones after an evening to reflect on the Redskins’ 37-34 loss in Philadelphia.
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GOING OUT GUIDE | Tour exhibits at no cost on Museum Day Live or celebrate Banned Books Week.
FEDERAL EYE | Feds will be honored with Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals for outstanding work.
The infection rate among African American and Latina women in the South rivals sub-Saharan Africa.
Winfrey brought her life-improvement tour to Washington, and here's what happened.
An unusual gathering at Georgetown U. brings Syrian refugees to their audience by Skype.
What tracking apps taught me about how I sleep.
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