Who unplugged North Korea’s Internet?

Hackers claimed credit while the U.S. issued a coy nondenial, illustrating a cyberwarfare paradox: As attacks get bigger, the attackers get harder to identify.

N.Y. leaders struggle to quell tensions after police deaths

Mayor Bill de Blasio called for protesters to delay anti-police rallies until after the burials of the two officers killed Saturday.

Stallworth is a national security fellow at Huffington Post. (McDonnell/Post)

In the NFL, Donte Stallworth was a star. In D.C., he’s just another intern.

The former wide receiver, who once signed a contract for
$10 million with the Browns, now earns $10 an hour at Huffington Post where he is exploring a career in journalism.

    Local News

    Judge orders Fairfax to disclose information in police shooting

    Judge orders Fairfax to disclose information in police shooting

    The county police must provide vast portions of their investigation into the death of John Geer.

    ‘For me there is no Christmas’

    ‘For me there is no Christmas’

    A Md. father mourns the death of his 13-year-old daughter, who was struck and killed by an SUV.

    Gang member aiming for rival shoots bystander instead, D.C. police say

    A 19-year-old Southeast man was arrested in the incident near the Anacostia Metro station.

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    With charity’s help, these students are plugging back in after dropping out

    With charity’s help, these students are plugging back in after dropping out

    COLUMN | This GED class at Sasha Bruce Youthwork is learning about electricity — and so much more.

    Washington Post 2014 Fall All-Met players of the year composite image by Jose Soto / The Washington Post.

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    Game-changers: These are the best high school athletes in the D.C. area

    FALL ALL-MET | The top teen stars in football, volleyball, soccer, field hockey and cross country.

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    Miami’s weapon against rising seas: Waterfront condos. Lots of them.

    Miami’s weapon against rising seas: Waterfront condos. Lots of them.

    In a state with no income tax, the revenues from luxury homes fund infrastructure to keep the sea at bay.

    Pope blasts Vatican bureacracy for ‘catalog’ of spiritual illnesses

    Pope blasts Vatican bureacracy for ‘catalog’ of spiritual illnesses

    Some of his harshest words were reserved for sins related to gossip, which he likened to terrorism.

    Christmas storm will be messy travel disrupter across much of eastern U.S

    Christmas storm will be messy travel disrupter across much of eastern U.S

    Rain will linger in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast through Wednesday evening, causing a traffic headache.

    Joe Cocker 1944-2014

    Singer known for cover of Beatles’ ‘With a Little Help From My Friends’

    Singer known for cover of Beatles’  ‘With a Little Help From My Friends’

    Though Cocker was legendary for his earlier music, he had some success in his later years, too.

    Sports

    Time to end fantasy football

    Time to end fantasy football

    COLUMN | Robert Griffin III played better because his head got a little smaller, and smarter.

    Real Estate

    Real Estate Matters | Home seller resolutions for 2015

    Real Estate Matters | Home seller resolutions for 2015

    Get three agents to do a competitive market analysis of your home and pick the best one.

    Federal Government

    Gross case shows use of workers for secret Cuban projects

    Gross case shows use of workers for secret Cuban projects

    FEDERAL DIARY | Should U.S. development agency use workers for secret projects that are illegal in Cuba?

    National

    No charges for ex-Milwaukee officer in shooting death

    No charges for ex-Milwaukee officer in shooting death

    A prosecutor said Christopher Manney was justified in shooting Dontre Hamilton 14 times in an April confrontation.

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