De Blasio urges halt to protests until after burials

The New York mayor called for unity and urged the residents of the tension-ridden city to “put aside political debates and protests” and to focus on supporting the slain officers’ families.

North Korea’s Internet is going suspiciously haywire

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Stallworth is a national security fellow at Huffington Post. (McDonnell/Post)

In the NFL, Donte Stallworth was a star. In D.C., he’s just another intern.

The former wide receiver, who once signed a contract for
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    Judge orders Fairfax to disclose information in police shooting

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    Can the Nats do as well as last season without LaRoche and Desmond?

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    With charity’s help, these students are plugging back in after dropping out

    With charity’s help, these students are plugging back in after dropping out

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    Washington Post 2014 Fall All-Met players of the year composite image by Jose Soto / The Washington Post.

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    Christmas storm will be messy travel disrupter across much of eastern U.S

    Christmas storm will be messy travel disrupter across much of eastern U.S

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    Joe Cocker 1944-2014

    Singer known for cover of Beatles’ ‘With a Little Help From My Friends’

    Singer known for cover of Beatles’  ‘With a Little Help From My Friends’

    Though Cocker was legendary for his earlier music, he had some success in his later years, too.

    Sports

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    Time to end fantasy football

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    Real Estate Matters | Home seller resolutions for 2015

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    Gross case shows use of workers for secret Cuban projects

    Gross case shows use of workers for secret Cuban projects

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    No charges for ex-Milwaukee officer in shooting death

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