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Keith L. Alexander
After finding errors, federal prosecutors stopped sending DNA evidence to the city’s crime lab and hired independent experts to review 116 cases, but officials defend their work and say disagreements about analysis aren’t uncommon.
Carol D. Leonnig, Rosalind S. Helderman and Anne Gearan
Her use of personal e-mail did not automatically break State Department rules, but the agency is looking into whether work messages sent from her account included sensitive information.
Pedestrians walk across King St. in Alexandria, Va. (J. McDonnell/The Post)
Jason Samenow and Angela Fritz
WEATHER GANG | Temperatures will plunge into the single digits and teens overnight, threatening record lows and refreezing roads.
COLUMN | But the fight against tyranny would, ultimately, would succumb to the need for nap time.
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Which schools will be closed or delayed because of the weather?
The Marriott executive would vie to replace the Maryland Democrat, who will run for the Senate in 2016.
WONKBLOG | Capitol Hill Bikes organized in solidarity with the campaign at Capital Bikeshare.
Residents are defying the long-standing “sledding ban” on Capitol Hill and taking to the snowy slope.
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DR. GRIDLOCK | After watching a man fall off the platform, a passenger wonders what he should have done.
GOING OUT GUIDE | D.C. United kicks off a new season and “The Originalist” opens at Arena Stage.
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Anna Fifield, Missy Ryan and David Nakamura
It’s unclear whether the open demeanor that Mark Lippert brought to his role made him vulnerable.
The actor was said to suffer from head injuries, but his son later tweets that his father is “battered, but ok!”
Greg Jaffe and Juliet Eilperin
The spotlight returns to a place still trying to overcome the racial divisions that have come to define it.
UMass junior Derrick Gordon’s first season as an openly gay athlete elicited no taunts, slurs or jeers.
His speech to Congress painted a scenario utterly divorced from reality.
Because he chose pragmatism, Chicago’s mayor is fighting to keep his job.
Does sugar by any other name still taste as sweet?
'Sled free or die': D.C. residents take the Hill
Obamacare’s new Supreme Court battle
What the Boston bomber trial is really about
Collecting memories from the Vietnam Wall
An up-close look at the Post reporter now in an Iranian jail
Mr. Netanyahu goes to Washington
'Senator Barb' paved way for Senate women
Leonard Nimoy's struggle with playing Spock
Late-night laughs: Jeb Bush vs. George W. Bush
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The new VA secretary promised a culture of reform, but the change hasn’t reached some facilities.
His plays contain anti-Semitism, racism and sexism, sexual abuse and violence. Does it matter?
Washington’s hitters, among the slowest in the majors last season, face new rules starting Thursday.
Also development in Haymarket offers new townhouse model.
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FEDERAL DIARY | A GAO report and Senate hearing look at protocol that dissuades feds from pointing out waste or abuse.
William Richard, composed throughout his nearly hour-long testimony, describes the day of the bombing and seeing one son mortally wounded and a daughter with her leg nearly torn off.
International volunteers created a five-story underwater scene in Rochester, N.Y.
A new MoMA exhibit celebrates the life, art and style of the artist, possibly best enjoyed by her fans.
The company has come under fire for striking a controversial deal in Australia. Now its CFO is giving Netflix an even bigger headache.
WONKBLOG | Even though China’s economy is still growing more than 7 percent, its debt bubble is looking rather ominous.
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