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For the 12th month in a row, the nation added more than 200K jobs, extending a labor market boom that is powering the economy. The unemployment rate fell to 5.5 percent, a new post-recession low.
Sometimes-deadly infections have been traced back to the care of scopes used in the digestive tract.
A snowman smiles near the Mall. (Astrid Riecken/For The Post)
Steve Hendrix and John Woodrow Cox
Thursday’s late snow storm has frustrated gardeners, sandal shoppers and miniature schnauzers all longing for a change.
A. Camden Walker
WEATHER GANG | Yes, it's cold. But think positively. This may be our last extremely cold day this winter.
POSTEVERYTHING | The work was rewarding, but the wages and commute around D.C. were not.
Michael Alison Chandler and Donna St. George
The amount of classroom time devoted to testing due to the lack of technology lead the concerns.
Antonio Olivo and Tom Jackman
Documents show that Cynthia Tianti told police to withhold investigative files from the prosecutor.
Keith L. Alexander
The U.S. attorney’s office has been sending samples to outside labs, but officials defend their work.
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Protest Monday In New Delhi. (AP)
Frantic government censorship falls to ubiquitous social media.
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GOING OUT GUIDE | D.C. United kicks off a new season and “The Originalist” opens at Arena Stage.
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While Dawn is in orbit, NASA hopes to learn the evolution of the planet and the history of our solar system.
Carol D. Leonnig, Rosalind S. Helderman and Anne Gearan
The State Department is looking into whether the e-mails included sensitive information.
Interpreting John Roberts’s question doesn’t ensure much, but it doesn’t stop us from guessing his view.
His speech to Congress painted a scenario utterly divorced from reality.
Greg Jaffe and Juliet Eilperin
The spotlight returns to a place still trying to overcome the racial divisions that have come to define it.
Does sugar by any other name still taste as sweet?
'Sled free or die': D.C. residents take the Hill
Obamacare’s new Supreme Court battle
What the Boston bomber trial is really about
Collecting memories from the Vietnam Wall
An up-close look at the Post reporter now in an Iranian jail
Mr. Netanyahu goes to Washington
'Senator Barb' paved way for Senate women
Leonard Nimoy's struggle with playing Spock
Late-night laughs: Jeb Bush vs. George W. Bush
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Jose A. DelReal
The president’s remarks come ahead of a momentous commemoration of the civil rights movement in Selma, Ala. this weekend.
I let race trump rape.
COLUMN | But the fight against tyranny would, ultimately, would succumb to the need for nap time.
Washington’s hitters, among the slowest in the majors last season, face new rules starting Thursday.
Also development in Haymarket offers new townhouse model.
Food & Drink
Northeast D.C. eatery feeds its neighbors — and the $20 Diner — well with elevated comfort food.
FEDERAL DIARY | A GAO report and Senate hearing look at protocol that dissuades feds from pointing out waste or abuse.
Chris Kyle’s killer received a life-without-parole sentence. Why didn’t the prosecutor pursue the death penalty? It’s complicated.
International volunteers created a five-story underwater scene in Rochester, N.Y.
A new MoMA exhibit celebrates the life, art and style of the artist, possibly best enjoyed by her fans.
The government’s de facto online privacy watchdog will look into cross-device tracking.
WONKBLOG | Even though China’s economy is still growing more than 7 percent, its debt bubble is looking rather ominous.
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