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Joel Achenbach and Lena H. Sun
Thousands of American troops and civilians are headed to Liberia. But with the number of cases topping 10,000, the question now is whether this stronger response is too little, too late.
Spencer S. Hsu and Nia-Malika Henderson
Officials in and around the nation’s capital chose not to follow three states that have required a 21-day quarantine for health workers coming from West Africa.
GOP Rep. Mick Mulvaney at a meeting in Columbia. (Linda Davidson/Post)
All seven House members and both senators are floating toward Nov. 4 free and easy, running unopposed or facing absurdly underfunded, almost completely unknown challengers.
The Rabbinical Council of America investigated a Georgetown rabbi twice but didn’t tell his synagogue.
A few weeks ago, he belonged to group that supports secession and a return to “Anglo-Celtic” roots.
Aaron C. Davis
The city has allowed many debts — including some owed by politically connected groups — to languish.
This Va. congressional candidate is a black Republican Jew who backs welfare and free school lunches.
Police allege a 20-year-old motorist ran over the cyclist last month near U Street NW and left the scene.
Weingarten: Gene discovers the Internet’s lame name game
A CDC officer demonstrates how health-care workers can protect themselves from the deadly virus.
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This window shows cracks and a missing piece. (Nikki Kahn/Post)
Michael E. Ruane
After 82 years, Washington National Cathedral’s majestic stained glass is removed for a cleaning.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | Many of the home’s period details were preserved when it was modernized.
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She intercepted the gunman as he paused, possibly to reload, said a student at the Wash. state school.
He joined fellow Supreme Court justices and alumni Samuel Alito and Sonia Sotomayor Saturday.
Javier Flores hoped for a reprieve from Obama, but he was deported, leaving his wife and kids in Ohio.
COLUMN | The reason for turning down customers isn’t too difficult to guess: It’s money.
How the spinning of the truth led the late Post editor to distrust the first version of anything.
San Francisco notched 10 hits against a K.C. relief corps that had been near perfect in the postseason.
Vigil marked by tears after school shooting
NYC Mayor eats at The Meatball Shop visited by Ebola patient
2 students remain critical after school shooting
Obama: Facts, not fear, key to Ebola
U.S. military train for Ebola response
Clooneys celebrate wedding again with U.K. bash
Google executive beats sky diving world record
Thousands attend funeral for former Bangladeshi Islamist leader
Health worker quarantined in N.J. tests negative for Ebola
Royals edge Giants in World Series
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Anthony Faiola and Souad Mekhennet
As other Western countries bar or jail returning jihadists, Denmark is taking a novel approach.
WONKBLOG | For decades, the Oregon city has pursued values that many now consider ideal.
Heart attacks. Stress. Increased depression and substance abuse. Run away, experts advise.
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Juliet Eilperin and David Nakamura
Though bruised in the process, the Secret Service beasts still got the latest fence jumper — and became canine heroes.
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THE TAKE | If Republicans can’t win the statewide races this year when national conditions favor the GOP, they could have an even more difficult time in 2016.
Daniel W. Drezner
The Kentucky senator and likely 2016 hopeful tries to prove his foreign-policy bona fides.
COLUMN | Both Democrats and GOP distort the truth on abortion, other women’s issues in political ads.
A 52-7 loss reiterates the question of whether Maryland is ready to compete with the Big Ten’s best.
Going Out Guide
Going Out Guide staff
Take the kids to Boo at the Zoo, tour a spooky cemetery or march with the undead at a zombie walk.
FEDERAL EYE | A government survey found that morale plummeted a year after the shutdown and furloughs.
WONKBLOG | On Nov. 15, Americans will shop for insurance. This Web site hopes to capitalize on confusion.
The Foo Fighters bypass a stadium for a small club and give a few hundred fans a show to remember.
Brazilian Film Week features documentaries about a singer, a composer and bossa nova.
And no, it isn’t a suggestion that we just kick girls out of gaming.
COLUMN | This advice can be crucial for investors seeking help
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