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Paul Kane and Carol D. Leonnig
The New Jersey Democrat, accused of improper use of his office to help a friend and donor, vowed Wednesday night to stay in office and said he was “angry and ready to fight” the charges.
The national uproar over Indiana’s religious freedom act has some Indianapolis businesses worried that it will harm the city’s economy.
Houseboats float in drought-lowered Oroville Lake in October. (AP)
Cities and towns must cut water use by 25 percent in response to a years-long drought that officials fear will worsen this summer.
Backers praised the mayor’s plans for expansion, but it’s not clear if there’s enough money — or riders.
Michael E. Ruane
A Utah foundry is re-creating ornaments damaged by 150 years of watching over Washington.
Clarence Williams and Dana Hedgpeth
The suspected motive in David Messerschmitt’s killing is robbery, two law enforcement officials said.
Tammy Darvish was devoted to building her father’s dealerships for 30 years. Then, she was blindsided.
But transit officials say it’s too soon to speculate about the planned Loudoun-Prince William connector.
Dan Morse and Donna St. George
The assertion was made in a hearing for a teacher who faces prison time on charges involving two students.
This fighter jet helmet developed by Lockheed Martin enables the pilot to see through the plane’s skin.
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The president kept negotiations moving despite second guessing from Democrats and foreign allies.
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The former Bush administration official thinks bombing Iran is the only option.
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Jeanine Grant Lister
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Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
IN THE LOOP | The fears of the merely wealthy, eager for postings at U.S. embassies, may be unfounded.
It’s unclear whether a new trial will be ordered for the officer who shot unarmed Henry Glover.
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Kean University backed away from plans for the rapper to speak at its commencement after police protested because he wrote “A Song for Assata.“
The two musicians collaborated for a rewarding concert at the Kennedy Center.
GoDaddy, the world’s largest provider of domain names, posted a strong stock-market debut, but some worry the 18-year-old firm is showing its age.
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