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Sean Sullivan, Sari Horwitz and Carol D. Leonnig
The Justice Department’s charges against the New Jersey Democrat are expected to stem from an investigation into whether he used his position to benefit a donor and close friend. “I am not going anywhere,” he said Friday night.
Philip Rucker and Robert Costa
After drawing mockery on the subject last month, the Wisconsin governor sat down with the GOP's leading foreign-policy lights for a two-hour tutorial.
Tyler Adams (right) with teammate Aaron Bowen. (Mitchell Layton)
Senior Tyler Adams was part of a ballyhooed recruiting class but hasn’t played since 2011, when doctors diagnosed an arrhythmia. He’ll get a last chance to start in the Hoyas’ final home game.
Jenna Johnson and Ovetta Wiggins
Legislators rejected the proposal to end a requirement for fees to pay for removing pollution from rain water.
The museum’s opening has been pushed back as officials continue to build the collections and raise funds.
Some critics have argued that the No. 2-ranked Cavaliers’ deliberate style epitomizes boring basketball.
The 17-year-old’s arrest has sparked interest on Capitol Hill and skepticism from those who know him.
Linda VanGrack Snyder
The legendary “Seinfeld” co-creator honed his comic skills as the president of Tau Epsilon Phi.
The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness overbilled $5.3 million, a report says.
Rev. James Reeb was killed just days before the third Selma march. His church looks back on his legacy.
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Aaron C. Davis and Keith L. Alexander
Prosecutors have questioned the District lab’s analysis of evidence, but officials there stand by their work.
POSTEVERYTHING | The work was rewarding, but the wages and commute around D.C. were not.
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The former Florida governor also said he would stop using his private e-mail address if elected president.
A report showed it demonstrated a pattern of racial bias and committed constitutional violations.
Daniela Deane and Brian Murphy
The U.N. cultural agency called the destruction at the more than 3,000-year-old landmark a “war crime.”
From historians to the Treasury Dept., no one seems to know for sure why he was put there in 1928.
As the mother of an autistic boy, I understand why some parents want to see a culprit where none exists.
The justices consider whether the power to redraw voting districts lies solely with politicians.
Ash Carter sworn in as defense secretary
Jerusalem car attack suspect hospitalized
Obama boasts job growth in South Carolina
Documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles dies at 88
Driverless Budii gives the wheel feel
U.S. adds 295,000 jobs in February
Lack of snow pushes Alaska’s Iditarod north
Oil train bursts into flames after derailing in Illinois
India celebrates Hindu festival of colors
Harrison Ford hospitalized after plane crash
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GOVBEAT | Under the helm of Scott Walker, the state is set to become the 25th in the nation to adopt such an anti-union measure.
COLUMN | But the fight against tyranny would, ultimately, succumb to the need for nap time.
Student newspaper story about player conduct and its aftermath stirs concerns, but no clear outcomes.
Adapting to new technology, agents are giving home sellers more choices when it comes to commission.
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Here’s where you can find some comfort and warmth to get you though this latest bout of snow.
FEDERAL EYE | Megan Brennan is the first woman to lead the troubled federal agency.
A Shelby County case led to a 2013 Supreme Court ruling striking down a key part of the Voting Rights Act.
“Coop Times” simulates the terrifying feeling of writing on deadline.
“The Originalist” explores Justice Antonin Scalia’s role in the polarization of political discourse.
Sarah Halzack and Hayley Tsukayama
With a four- to five-figure watch on the way, Apple is reimagining its stores to make way for the affluent.
More women are freezing their eggs, but the procedure’s popularity and low odds have drawn criticism.
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