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Cecilia Kang and Matea Gold
The deluge of ads is being driven largely by super PACs and other independent groups seeking to shape the hard-fought battle over control of the U.S. Senate.
Brady Dennis and Mark Berman
A judge ordered Kaci Hickox to limit her travels and keep a certain distance from members of the public.
Greener tones show West Berlin. (ESA/NASA)
WORLDVIEWS | At first glance, it seems as if the country is more united than some nations. But numbers and images from East and West Germany tell a different story.
Once again, Dork City is proudly waving its banner of wonkiness this Halloween.
The Redskin first tore it during the Sept. 21st game, then re-injured himself at home while recovering.
Dana Hedgpeth and Julie Zauzmer
Police are searching for a suspect who injured the officer in an unprovoked 3 a.m. attack in Brookland.
Police say drivers who recovered money in Urbana have to turn it in or they’ll face theft charges.
A new poll shows the Republican is gaining ground on the U.S. senator from Va. as Election Day nears.
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From Halloween bases to Wizards’ home opener to “Novemberfest,” this weekend is a good one.
Thirty-six Senate races, $3.6 billion in total costs and one election — the midterms are just a few days away.
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The Silver Line won’t arrive at Reston Town Center for years, but companies are flocking there.
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The search for Eric Frein seeped into the daily lives of Pennsylvania residents living among the turmoil.
Tom Hamburger and Alexander Becker
OUTSIDE IN | As the group emphasizes fundraising, donors gain a voice in setting the agenda.
That cost — the most expensive total ever — does not include hotel stays, meals and shared “ground costs.”
IN THE LOOP | A media report highlighted a practice that allows employees to spend up to $3,000.
The answer seems to be “no.”
Soraya Nadia McDonald
Sex assault allegations have followed the comedian for years. So why have they come up again?
Midterms leave Senate control up for grabs
Requests roll in for Ebola costume
Sistine Chapel reveals illumination makeover
Pa. trooper ambush suspect Eric Frein in court
Severe floods take over Buenos Aires
Immigration activists heckle Hillary Clinton in Maryland
China holds Ebola drills
Alleged cop-killer to face death penalty charges
Burkina Faso to adopt transitional government
Pentagon defends decision to quarantine troops
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THE FIX | She’s the emerging face of an increasingly partisan fight over Ebola.
Once more, with feeling: It’s about the economy, stupid.
COLUMN | Is it okay for poor kids to go spend Halloween in safer, more affluent neighborhoods?
Marcin Gortat hit 10 of 13 shots and grabbed 12 rebounds to bounce the Wizards back and over the Magic.
Built in 1905, Wirelawn has hosted parties for presidents, senators and other Washington elite and been home to an ambassador.
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FEDERAL EYE | Federal employees must follow Hatch Act restrictions on their political activities, but there are still many things they can do.
The St. Louis County prosecutor also criticized leaks about officer Darren Wilson’s testimony before the jury.
A troubling combination of charm and darkness make his latest character relatable and disturbing.
A lot can happen between signing with a label and releasing a record.
A security researcher is shocked to discover Apple was uploading copies of his files from his Mac.
WONKBLOG | What does make us shudder, though, is scary data about our country and world. From global warming and Ebola to inequality, racism and ageism, these 13 charts should frighten you.
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