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    The cost of care and effects of a stigma hurt efforts to form a response network.

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    Rice wins appeal of NFL suspension, eligible to play

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    A basketball court at a Pine Ridge Reservation detention center. (Kahn/Post)

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    As heights of ‘pop-up’ rowhouses <br>rise in the District, so do complaints

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    Did Miriam Carey have to die?

    Did Miriam Carey have to die?

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    Beloved Harpers Ferry Flea Market makes way for Civil War restoration

    Beloved Harpers Ferry Flea Market makes way for Civil War restoration

    A group will return the land to its 1860s look — which won’t include Fred Flintstone bobbleheads.

    Redskins Thanksgiving tweet draws widespread ire, sparks backlash

    Redskins Thanksgiving tweet draws widespread ire, sparks backlash

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    Lost, bedraggled little dog spends Thanksgiving at Md. fire station

    Lost, bedraggled little dog spends Thanksgiving at Md. fire station

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    Hundreds of labor protesters shout ‘shut it down’ outside D.C. Wal-Marts

    Hundreds of labor protesters shout ‘shut it down’ outside D.C. Wal-Marts

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    Capitals get physical, beat Islanders

    Capitals get physical, beat Islanders

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    For many in Shaw neighborhood, Wizards training facility no slam dunk

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    Russian warships pass through English Channel, anchor off France

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    Colleges cut ties with Bill Cosby
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    Colleges cut ties with Bill Cosby <br> as the list of accusers hits 20

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    The battle between Netflix and HBO is just starting. This man holds the key.

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    Sports

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    Caps get physical, beat Islanders

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    Federal Government

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    Questions about federal open season?

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    Ancient bones in Colo. tell the story of a warmer Earth

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    Business

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    Debt collector to run dozens of failing for-profit schools

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