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Spencer S. Hsu
Forensic hair matches were overstated in many cases heard before 2000, including those of 32 defendants sentenced to death, the FBI and the Justice Department acknowledged after a review.
Donna St. George and Brigid Schulte
Long before a Maryland couple clashed with authorities over their kids’ walk home alone from a park, other parents were asking: When are kids really at risk?
Police chief William Drake, with Mount Rainier on horizon. (Chikwendiu/Post)
Story by Eli Saslow | Photos by Jahi Chikwendiu
Mount Rainier simmers near Orting, Wash., but it was Gerry Pickens’s arrival — and disputed termination — that disrupted Orting’s balance.
The station is part of a long-range plan to increase train frequency and boost capacity in Northern Virginia.
Candidates to fill Marion Barry’s D.C. Council seat hit the streets ahead of the April 28 special election.
The troubadour of the elementary-school circuit is celebrating 40 years of performing for school children.
Coach Wittman scrambled his gameplan and Paul Pierce backed up his trash talk for a 93-86 victory.
Karla L. Miller
@WORK ADVICE | A younger colleague’s verbal tic could harm her prospects. What to do?
COLUMN | A squirrel chilling out at the National Zoo gets its moment in the sun.
The once-legendary Maryland Hunt Cup is looking to reinvigorate the dangerous sport of steeplechasing.
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Family and friends gather at the funeral. (Jahi Chikwendiu/Post)
DeNeen L. Brown
Hundreds gather to remember the seven children and their father who died in their sleep of carbon monoxide poisoning in Princess Anne, Md.
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That would be enough to make the romance of these men remarkable. But there's one more twist.
Karen Tumulty and Robert Costa
His father’s and brother’s Granite State experiences offer cautionary tales — and ways to win.
Their bromance has hit a rocky patch amid jockeying for leadership roles following Harry Reid’s retirement.
Humor has a place in hospitals, even if it’s dark or derogatory — as long as it isn’t cruel.
WONKBLOG | Many preferences we attribute to them may ultimately have more to do with where they live.
Dozens killed in Afghanistan suicide attack
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