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Across the group’s territory in Iraq and Syria, a breakdown of services and deepening deprivation call into question its ability to govern and its sustainability.
Patrons drove from the far reaches of the D.C. region to Manassas, Va., canceling their Christmas plans to see the comedy nearly yanked from the silver screen.
Katie Weber says she was raped by another soldier. (P. Gannaway for Post)
With the number of women in the military on the rise, thousands have struggled to receive treatment and compensation for post-traumatic stress disorder caused by sexual trauma.
A late flagrant foul by Quincy Acy ignited a skirmish, forcing the pair to be separated and Acy’s ejection.
An interfaith gathering turned out to be nearly all one faith, but the charitable mission was fulfilled.
Paul Schwartzman and Clarence Williams
A robbery suspect was killed and a carjacking suspect hurt in separate incidents on a violent D.C. day.
Planning entire neighborhoods or communities around sustainability is a growing national trend.
Three months after being shot in the head, Jaydan Stancil of D.C. is determined to leave the hospital.
On Parenting columnist Anjali Varma offers some survival strategies for holiday travel with the kids.
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One fan of the celebrity panda said she stayed up all night to keep an eye on the live cam.
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She has aligned herself with populist issues and with Obama to tamp down a challenge from the left.
WONKBLOG | The billionaire, who wants to reuse rocket boosters, put his odds at “50% — at best.”
WHEN WE WERE SMALL | How Ron Shaich turned the fast-casual cafe in a billion-dollar business.
Esther J. Cepeda
A new study shows whites “will react more negatively” toward “blacks” than “African-Americans.”
Hawk vs. drone
Dog faints with joy after owner's homecoming
Syrian refugee crisis hits home in viral ad
Kangaroos come to blows in Australian neighborhood
Drone view of Kiev after violent protests
The Mighty Mites' postgame celebration has a cute crash ending
Timelapse shows Wyoming supercell thunderstorm
PSA shows a day of walking around New York as a woman
Brittany Maynard explains why she's choosing physician-assisted suicide at 29
Little orphan otter finds a new home
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The congressman and civil rights leader recalls the personal history that a new film captures.
POSTEVERYTHING | Believing in impossible beings may trigger kids’ counterfactual reasoning skills
COLUMN | There are still so many unanswered questions about the disappearance of Relisha.
The 30-year fixed-rate average edged up to 3.83 percent, but has remained below 4 percent for all but two weeks since October.
Going Out Guide
Holiday season is in full swing: Find out where to party on Christmas Eve and which nightspots will open their doors on Christmas night.
FEDERAL EYE | Members of the Hines family have volunteered with the NORAD Tracks Santa call center for the past four years..
Support it or not, there’s no denying that this was a watershed year for marijuana.
“Selma” director Ava DuVernay and David Oyelowo, who plays MLK, on the film’s hard won perspective.
With artists continuing to funnel new magic into those traditional containers, here are the best albums of 2014.
.A deluge of returns can be expensive for retailers, and not just because they’ve lost the initial sale.
David Colker and Scott Collins
At ABC, Mr. Stoddard had key roles in producing the highly rated miniseries and others and network programs.
Starting in 2019, investors who live in the District will pay a 3 percent capital gains tax rate on tech investments.
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