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Democrats hope Iowa is part of a broader political shift in close races elsewhere that could preserve their Senate majority.
Some view the vote as a chance to support Scottish nationalism and give Britain’s political elite a kick in the teeth.
Starting pitcher Gio Gonzalez savors the win. (Jonathan Newton/Post)
With the NL East title, the Nats can appreciate where they’ve been over the last 10 years — and where they’re headed.
If Kirk Cousins keeps the Redskins’ starting QB job, some think RGIII still has tremendous trade value.
The owner, Sinclair Broadcast Group, and its executives have long contributed to GOP candidates.
They’re working to establish a connection to Del. inmate and “person of interest” Lloyd Lee Welch.
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COLUMN | Experts say cats may not be truly content unless they’re spayed. But there are downsides.
Aaron C. Davis
Hopefuls Muriel Bowser, David Catania and Carol Schwartz have very different plans.
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The skull of Richard III. (AFP/HO/Univ. of Leicester)
A “Bones”-style exam sheds light his gruesome death at Bosworth Field in 1485.
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More restaurants adopt the have-it-your-way model to let Type-A personalities take charge of orders.
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The team, like the NFL, can’t find solid footing with the public and sponsors over child-abuse charges.
The MacArthur Foundation announces 21 “genius” fellows for 2014 and gives each $625,000.
The Earth moved. The stars aligned. Someone likely wept. A phone was born.
Not even a credulous soap opera viewer would buy his tale.
GOVBEAT | Advocates in Colorado want to teach pot tourists how not to have a too-harsh high.
Kids talk about God
November Project attracts hundreds for early morning workout
What the world is doing to stop Ebola
Conversations with Obama: Timbaland, Misty Copeland, Pablo Schreiber and more
If you can Chipotlify it, they will come
Will RGIII play again this year?
'A day of rememberance' at Navy Yard
West Wing's women tell us what their characters would be doing today
Thousands lay stones to unite the U.K.
5 Clinton quotes that will be repeated over (and over) in attack ads
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Juliet Eilperin and Lena H. Sun
As Obama calls on others to act, critical questions remain about effectiveness of U.S. strategy.
Frances Stead Sellers
And how Scottish independence would threaten it.
COLUMN | For a group in Virginia, everything from D.C. attractions to Beatles’ songs can be rendered in quilts.
REDSKINS BLOG | The Redskins look to build on the positives from last Sunday’s victory against the Jacksonville Jaguars and string together back-to-back wins for the first time since Weeks 16 and 17 of the 2012 season.
Ilyce R. Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin
Rent out the home and give yourself a year to decide whether to sell it.
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The fast-casual pizza chain will open its sixth location.
FEDERAL DIARY | People who were there talked about being in the building during the Navy Yard massacre one year ago.
She sought a full-time job -- and a better life for her 6-year-old son
A commission will review a revised Frank Gehry design — one that the famed architect will not endorse.
The five-time Tony winner revives her New York-London turn in the Noël Coward comedy.
Apple’s due to release its newest mobile operating system, iOS 8, on Wednesday.
Lower pay over time amounts to less in savings -- and smaller Social Security payments down the road.
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