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Paul Kane and Ed O’Keefe
Boehner did not have enough votes from his own ranks because virtually all Democrats opposed the legislation.
Matt Zapotosky, Laura Vozzella and Justin Jouvenal
Jonnie Williams testified that he hoped a relationship with the couple would help promote a product from his company.
Employees improperly searched systems used by staff to review interrogation files.
A bomb bears down on central Gaza. (Max Becherer for The Post)
WORLDVIEWS | In the heart of Gaza City, a missile whooshed overhead before creating a ball of smoke where a home stood.
Sudarsan Raghavan, William Booth and Ruth Eglash
U.S. and U.N. officials announced that the humanitarian truce will begin Friday, and both sides are sending delegations to Cairo to try to resolve the conflict that has stretched into its fourth week.
Patricia Sullivan and Jenna Portnoy
Bob FitzSimmonds, the treasurer of Virginia’s Republican Party, stirred controversy with a Facebook post.
Federal paralegals were idle for almost four years but still got paid, including bonuses, a probe finds.
Donna St. George
While the gap has narrowed, suspensions of minority students still occur at disproportionate rates.
Michael Alison Chandler and Emma Brown
But underneath the slight growth in math and reading on annual tests were some unsettling data points.
Washington deals a young player with potential for a veteran capable of replacing Ryan Zimmerman.
Here are the nine “winning” chain restaurant meals especially high in calories, fat, sugar and salt.
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Joel Achenbach, Lena H. Sun and Caelainn Hogan
The person infected with the virus that prompted a CDC travel alert will be treated in a special unit.
WONKBLOG | The more schooling a child has, the longer the parents’ life span, research finds.
The swap shows a small-market team seizing the moment, while a sleeping giant retools for 2015.
The party is in chaos over the border crisis.
CHECKPOINT | The sister of a fallen soldier was glad to attend a medal ceremony but also struggled with it.
Netanyahu vows to destroy Hamas tunnels
Obama slams Republicans over lawsuit
Ebola threat grows in Sierra Leone
Eric Cantor bids farewell as House majority leader
Fighting blocks access to Ukraine crash site
Workers dig for survivors after India landslide
Malaysian prime minister: Stop fighting in Ukraine
Small plane crashes into San Diego parking lot
Shootout leaves 3 dead, deputies wounded in N.C.
Mother of slain Mexican teen sues U.S. Border Patrol agents
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THE FIX | Oops, they did it again.
Michael Q. McShane
The debate over teacher evaluation is shrouded in myth.
COLUMN | The former first lady’s supposed crush is a sad act to help her and her husband avoid jail time.
REDSKINS BLOG | Things kicked up another notch at Redskins training camp a day after a low-key practice on Wednesday. Today, the shoulder pads were back on, so that meant more contact, and more of a spirited atmosphere.
Nancy Simmons Starrs
Check with management companies on their policies and consider renting a single-family house.
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Sleigh Bells rocks the Mad Decent Block Party and Cirque du Soleil returns to National Harbor.
THE INTERSECT | The so-called “fire challenge” is only the latest. Don’t try these at home.
Philanthropist Wayne Reynolds said he could close the gallery’s budget deficit with one dinner party.
More than half of IRD’s separation agreements contain clauses that violate federal whistleblower laws.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Tom Sietsema took questions, rants and raves on D.C. dining.
Twitter’s transparency report reveals that a growing number of countries want access to user information for the first time. What explains the spread?
McDonald’s Japan introduced tofu and fish nuggets amid a shortage of chicken products, the result of the Chinese food safety scandal.
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