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The president said the U.S. “will be vigilant and we will be relentless” against Islamic State militants following the execution of journalist James Foley.
Security officials in London are alarmed over the role their countrymen are playing in Middle East violence.
A soldier beats a local resident while enforcing the quarantine. (Getty)
Protests began when armed patrols blocked the West Point neighborhood in an effort to stop the spread of the deadly virus.
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COLUMN | Respected official Mike Carey took a quiet, almost unheard of stand against the team’s name.
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An ex-employee alleged that it awarded a contract to a Va. firm without seeking competitive bids.
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Magazine publisher Keith Griffin is bringing pizzas and care packages to protesters in Ferguson.
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The unusually mild season with few crowds has an upside for those charged with guarding the pool.
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Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ronald Johnson said a city torn by riots was beginning to heal.
STORYLINE | The lessons and stories from Colorado’s surprisingly effective approach.
Mitch McConnell suggests it could lead to more government shutdowns.
Palestinians survey aftermath of airstrike in Gaza
President Obama honors American journalist James Foley
Police: More peaceful protests in Ferguson Tuesday
Video from Israeli military said to show strikes
Possible Ebola patient in isolation at Calif. hospital
Indicted Tex. Gov. Perry turns himself in
Changes coming to no-fly list
Crews tame Yosemite fire
Anti-government protesters march on Pakistani Parliament
Landslides kill dozens in Japan
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The nation’s largest gun rights groups goes after a leading gun control activist.
POSTEVERYTHING | An LAPD officer explains the challenges of the job and the importance of cooperating with police.
At the Martin Luther King Memorial, quotes about ending racial injustice resonate as protests rage in Missouri.
Relentless offense, and Stephen Strasburg’s strong outing, lead the team to stomp the Diamondbacks.
After evaluating their needs and market conditions, some buyers may opt to shift their priorities.
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Rose’s Luxury in Capitol Hill represents a “revelation” in people-focused dining, the magazine said.
Viewed from atop the Washington Monument in October, artist’s rows of dirt will look like a person’s face.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
Despite financial woes, SeaWorld is still awash in political activity
Thirteen states paid this year for 11th-graders to take the exam during the school day. More plan to follow suit.
Scores of horrifying images continued circulating, despite the social media company’s efforts.
INNOVATIONS | I drove the new Mercedes-Benz electric car. They have a long ways to go to catch the king.
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