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Scotland’s rejection of independence sparks scramble to reduce centralization in England, with all four nations in the union desiring more autonomy.
T. Rees Shapiro
Police don’t have enough information to arrest the individual.
An Uighur woman walks with her baby. (Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)
A campaign against separatism blurs into an attack on Islam in Xinjiang, stoking resentment and, at times, deadly protests.
Martin Weil and Carol D. Leonnig
The incident happened just after the president had left for Camp David. The jumper was apprehended.
Fans of the team say they were misled after being confronted by activists on a yet-to-air show.
Mike DeBonis and Lynh Bui
Jim Graham says the city should not have absolved itself of blame in the 8-year-old’s disappearance.
Fresh off two days of rest, he delivers his team-leading 25th home run in the win over Miami.
Busch Gardens’ parks in Virginia and Florida have toned down their popular Howl-O-Scream attractions.
The White House launched a campaign Friday, aimed at ending sexual assaults on college campuses.
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Imani Woody saw a need for a place that older people in the district’s LGBT community have lacked.
D.C. residents make money and meet people by offering their homes on Airbnb and other services.
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DEBRIEF | Many believe the short debate sent a bad signal for a body held in low regard by the public.
Officials say 92 percent of all Isareli military jobs are open to women, but questions about roles remain.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | Movies about violence against women let filmmakers indulge toxic fantasies.
What if the pressure to meal plan is creating so much stress that it’s tearing families apart?
Lawmakers simply don’t trust each other.
The United States has given Ukraine little with which it can turn back Russia’s continuing aggression.
Goodell outlines plan to handle player misconduct
CDC urges flu vaccination
Surveillance video shows missing U-Va. student, 'person of interest'
American confesses to killing his girlfriend's mother in Bali
NFL’s Goodell: 'Same mistakes can never be repeated'
Alibaba shares surge in biggest-ever IPO
U.S., allies in Ukraine for military drills
Pa. police search for ambush suspect Eric Frein
3 found guilty in Georgia salmonella trial
Egyptian to plead guilty over U.S. embassy bombings
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Lately, both political parties are competing anew, this time on the number of steps they walk each day.
The pop star-turned-Democratic-candidate is hoping to win over voters in a N.C. congressional race.
Basic goals such as getting married, having a secure job and owning a home still are cherished.
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The seat is yours. But water? That’s a fee. A carry-on bag? That’s another charge. Spirit’s fares are lowest, but the fees are plentiful.
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THE FIX | Debbie Wasserman Schultz had a blitz of media events with other top Democrats a day after revelations surfaced that they had turned on her.
Thomas Andrillon and Sid Kouider
New research has revived the age-old fantasy of sleep learning.
COLUMN | Opponents of D.C. statehood offer nothing more than flawed, phony objections.
Doug Fister pitches into the seventh inning and Adam LaRoche, fresh off two days of rest, delivers his team-leading 25th home run in victory in Miami.
Often referred to as Holland House, this modest two-story home gradually grew into a 6,125-square-foot L-shaped dwelling on nearly a half-acre.
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The $48 platter showcases three of chef Daniel Boulud’s burger creations.
FEDERAL EYE | The Post wants your opinion on why government recruiting is so hard, and what managers are doing about it.
Police have few clues as to why a man opened fire on his daughter and her six children in a small Fla. town.
As with many celebrities on the cusp of major fame, the pop princess has legions of new fans — and critics.
COMIC RIFFS | A new academic work helps fill the void of published scholarship on the history of black comics and their creators.
In side-scroller game, users navigate a rocket ship past obstacles such as asteroids, comets and stalactites.
When it was clear a new graduate could not work, the federal government forgave his debt. The private lender wasn’t required to do so.
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