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Friends identified the man seen beheading Western hostages in Islamic State videos as Mohammed Emwazi, a British citizen from Kuwait.
The historic net neutrality vote represents the government's most aggressive attempt to make sure the Web remains a level playing field.
Facing a Friday night-into-Saturday morning shutdown deadline, the option of passing a stopgap bill is gaining attention.
Rousey speaks to the media in Glendale, Calif. (Bret Hartman for The Post)
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Ronda Rousey is one of the UFC’s biggest, most bankable stars and has her own take on what modern-day femininity entails.
COLUMN | If pot is going to be mainstream, it shouldn’t be tough for a mom of two to find a party, right?
WEATHER GANG | Forecasts were right. Road crews were ready. Schools made the right calls.
Officials say the person had traveled to an Ebola-affected country but is “unlikely” to have the disease.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | The Post’s Nationals reporter tackles your spring training questions.
And we’re just living in it. Catch up on his best one-liners before the “House of Cards” premiere tomorrow.
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A new study from U-Va. outlines demographic shifts that present challenges for suburban schools.
GOING OUT GUIDE | Catch the D.C. bluegrass festival, 3 British bands and explore Mingering Mike’s works.
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CHECKPOINT | The father of an airman who died in Afghanistan pointed that out to a GOP “hawk.”
There’s still no word on what the white spot on the dwarf planet is. In fact, the mystery has multiplied.
Researchers fear there are more craters than anyone knew, and the repercussions could be huge.
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A brief recap of a drama that briefly captivated the nation. With GIFs.
A Supreme Court decision gutting the law could be a lot worse than you think.
WORLDVIEWS | The nun who cared for India’s poorest has become the center of controversy again.
How The Post identified 'Jihadi John'
Meet the tea partier leading the Jeb Bush walk out at CPAC
Senate votes to support Lynch attorney general nomination
How net neutrality affects you
The story of the man who became the face of the Islamic State
Reid: Terrorists have money, DHS needs funding
Afghanistan avalanche death toll rises
Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Taylor Swift win at Brit Awards
Snow stymies southern states
Supreme Court appears to favor head scarf claim
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THE FIX | Hispanic registration rates create an uneven national map.
Employee drug tests have always been a privacy violation. Now they’re just pointless.
COLUMN | COLUMN | Washington needs Zimmerman, Rendon and Harper to stay together, and stay healthy.
The 30-year fixed-rate average rose for the third week in a row, climbing to 3.8 percent. It has risen 21 basis points in the past three weeks.
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Not all locally roasted beans are alike, or even good. Learn how to find one that matches your tastes.
FEDERAL DIARY | House chairman leads agency employee changes that could be government-wide template.
The shows you should see this month.
Boxing up the treasured books collected over a lifetime brought a transcendent reunion with old friends.
Apple has sent media invites with the tagline “Spring Forward” for a March 9 event.
The move could backfire and result in wage garnishment.
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