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Mark Berman and Juliet Eilperin
The federal government is considering altering protocols for doctors and health-care workers who return to the U.S. from West Africa, the New York governor said.
Before Ebola became an epidemic, the Russians were already researching the deadly disease’s potential as a weapon.
Animation of health-care arguments. (GoAnimate/Courtroom Sciences Inc.)
The Supreme Court attracts all kinds. Fanatics say their goal is to make America’s misunderstood institution a little more accessible, perhaps even a bit more fun.
T. Rees Shapiro
The news ends part of the mystery surrounding the sophomore, who went missing Sept. 13.
The hidden cameras were seized in the probe of voyeurism charges against Barry Freundel.
A government survey found that morale plummeted a year after the shutdown and furloughs.
Julie Zauzmer and Mike Rosenwald
Three died in the helicopter-plane collision in Frederick Co., Md.
COLUMN | By starting Monday, the third-string Redskins QB can show what he’s learned from the wings.
Follow candy corn’s wild ride from Jelly Belly's factory in Illinois until it arrives at a store in Virginia.
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TRANSCRIPT | The advice columnist answers questions about the strange train we call life.
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Take the kids to Boo at the Zoo, tour a spooky cemetery or march with the undead at a zombie walk.
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Mark Berman and Elahe Izadi
Four victims were hospitalized, three of them in critical condition with head wounds, officials said.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | From Renee Zellweger to “Birdman,” stars feel the burden of staying young.
The comedian sent out a teeny bit sexist tweet and quickly learned: Don’t go to war with a diplomat.
His determined detachment conveys the feeling that nobody’s home.
Fauci: Nina Pham is 'free of Ebola virus'
Doctor in New York quarantined with Ebola
Student wounds at least two in school shooting, kills self
Motorcade escorts Canadian soldier's remains to his hometown
Ebola-free Nina Pham visits White House
BASF warns of drop in profit
Police tests new gunfire tracking technology
Commute like George Jetson
WHO: Millions of Ebola vaccine doses ready by 2015
Clashes erupt in Jerusalem after Friday prayers
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Chris Cillizza, Aaron Blake and Sean Sullivan
THE FIX | The Senate’s massive playing field.
An early lesson in parenting.
COLUMN | A D.C. substitute charged with abusing a teen may have damaged more than her reputation.
COLUMN | COLUMN | By starting Monday, the third-string Redskins QB can show what he’s learned from the wings.
The 1885 rowhouse, designed and built by Thomas Franklin Schneider, retains his historic character outside but has been modernized inside.
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FEDERAL EYE | “[W]e are dismayed to learn that senior leaders of the VA are still not being held accountable for their grievous misconduct,” wrote McCain and Flake.
An experiment in Vermont and Southern California finds people will use less electricity -- if they’re peer pressured into it.
Frances Stead Sellers
Queen Elizabeth II sent her first tweet at the opening of a new gallery at London’s Science Museum. But did she write it?
In video works, “Days of Endless Time” at the Hirshhorn examines our need for nature to revitalize us.
The Terrafugia Transition is an amazing feat, but still more a driving plane than a flying car.
ON LEADERSHIP | The maker of brands such as Camel, Kool and Pall Mall will begin imposing more restrictions on where employees can light up.
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