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A brazen but ultimately failed effort to kidnap a Syrian rebel leader in broad daylight raises troubling questions about Islamic State’s growing reach into Turkey.
Among the class of GOP presidential hopefuls, the Wisconsin governor is the lone contender who faces a critical test in this year’s elections.
The ex-CIA director let his publisher begin editing and making copies of the memoir before he had final agency approval, people familiar with the project said.
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Ben Bradlee in his office in 1995. (Bill O'Leary/The Post)
Ben Bradlee’s gift for leadership and zest for journalism — and life — made him the most celebrated editor of his era. He directed The Post’s coverage of Watergate, which resulted in the only resignation of a president in U.S. history.
Robert G. Kaiser
A student at Towson, where Barry Freundel has taught since ’89, said he invited them to use the ritual bath.
The Apple Financial Services adviser preyed on the elderly and widowed, pilfering their savings.
A rematch for a County Board seat reprised the familiar debate, and some voters are growing weary.
GRIDLOCK | The agency is expecting ridership to be double what they get for July 4.
Tom Lindenfeld is no longer advising Muriel Bowser. But his scandal is being used against her.
The Post's Abby Phillip looks past the Ebola hysteria to address the misconceptions about the deadly virus.
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A company dissected Zip codes into handy — and questionable — labels based on a demographic’s tastes.
OPINION | D.C. Council has the opportunity to open this city’s horizons, but it probably won’t.
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THE FIX | Right-leaning Americans rely on Fox News and pundits like Rush Limbaugh, a study finds.
Police say Darren Deon Vann found her through Backpage.com, thinking he could stay anonymous.
With sales sputtering, McDonald’s is gearing up to bring you more customizable options next year.
The longtime editor built the modern Post through one key conviction.
Jose A. DelReal
The president responded to the man’s comment, and his fiancee appeared embarrassed.
WEATHER GANG | A headline about a nor’easter reached new heights in absurdity and irresponsibility.
Gen. Dempsey delivers update on U.S. military action in West Africa
Massive air bag recall affects millions of cars
American Jeffrey Fowle released from North Korea
Man tells Obama: 'Don't touch my girlfriend'
Pentagon addresses video claiming U.S. accidentally delivered weapons to Islamic State
McDonald’s sees profits plunge
Hong Kong hears students ‘loud and clear’
Steenkamp family ‘satisfied’ with Pistorius sentence
This year’s Halloween trend: Hazmat suits
CDC updates Ebola guidelines for health workers
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THE FIX | Inside “these are are all folks who vote with me.“
Pink drill bits at fracking sites are just the latest evidence of Komen’s pinkwashing.
While position players and starting pitchers get all the glory and attention, both teams’ strength this season has been their bullpen.
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October to February is an excellent time to negotiate good deals with a landlord.
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The James Beard Award winner teams with his former Palena pastry chef to prepare weekly family-style meals.
FINE PRINT | Panetta argues that “enhanced” interrogations were fruitful, but so were techniques without duress.
Ashley Halsey III
Fewer than half as many people as once thought are flying from three countries in West Africa.
The Foo Fighters frontman discusses his new rockumentary series for HBO.
Author David Nicholls paints a picture of a summer holiday sprinkled with as much humor as tragedy.
Hackers try to collect user names, passwords and other private information as the company releases its newest round of iPhones in the world’s most populous country.
ON LEADERSHIP | Two weeks after Satya Nadella’s gaffe over women and raises, Microsoft discloses the chief executive’s $84 million pay package.
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