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The Islamic State militant who is seen apparently killing journalist Steven Sotloff denounced President Obama, saying, “I’m back, Obama, and I’m back because of your arrogant foreign policy.”
Rosalind S. Helderman and Matt Zapotosky
In a victory for prosecutors, the judge told jurors to use a broader definition of “official act” in weighing the charges.
Fred Ryan addresses The Post's newsroom Tuesday. (Linda Davidson / Post)
Karen Tumulty, Philip Rucker and Ben Terris
New publisher Frederick Ryan wants The Post to fulfill a “mandate to innovate.” But this former Reagan aide got the job in the good old Washington way: through connections and relationships.
The longtime partner of John Geer and his family, frustrated by a lack of information, want “to get answers.”
T. Rees Shapiro and Michael Alison Chandler
The newest — and tallest — school in Fairfax County is a former office complex in Baileys Crossroads.
Considered hotbeds of bad behavior, some District alleys are now centers of communal whimsy.
Peter Hermann and Aaron C. Davis
But communication lapses between agencies are cited in the report on the missing girl feared dead.
Frederick J. Ryan Jr. is a former Reagan administration official who was part of Politico’s founding team.
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The girl’s mother told police that the 9-year-old said after firing it that the gun had hurt her shoulder.
THE SWITCH | Hackers zeroed in on passwords and security questions in a targeted attack, Apple said.
GOVBEAT | Arkansas is one of 10 states with dry counties, but voters will get a chance to change that.
Americans would worry less if the president worried more.
Kiev deserves support from NATO countries even if it’s not part of the alliance.
Greyhounds still racing in West Virginia
'This isn't happening to me'
Meet The Post's new publisher, Frederick J. Ryan Jr.
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Dogs and cats get cozy in pet hotel
‘Everything she said was a lie’
Sierra Leone clinic treats Ebola survivors
Heartbeat of the city: Meridian Hill's drum circle
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The names Pat Roberts and Sean Parnell weren’t mentioned much at the start of the election cycle.
By 7, I was cooking for my family and taking care of my brothers and sisters.
COLUMN | State lawmakers are silent when it comes to unregulated day cares, putting kids in danger.
Hosting players prepare favorite dishes to feed visiting countrymen in opposing clubhouses.
The Web has converted browsers into buyers.
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GOING OUT GUIDE | Catch a science fiction film festival or rock at Sneaker Pimps.
ON LEADERSHIP | In new Gallup research, less than half of full-time employees say they work a standard 40-hour week.
A judge must decide whether a teen Jehovah’s Witness should be forced to have a blood transfusion.
FEDERAL EYE | With 75 percent of lesbians overweight or obese, the study is “of high public-health significance,” according to a project summary.
GOVBEAT | GOVBEAT | Arkansas is one of 10 states with dry counties, but voters will get a chance to change that.
Are foreign multinationals being subject to government takedowns to clear way for domestic companies?
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