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U.S. officials disclosed the offer as the White House worked to build support for military action, a day after the militant group released a video showing the beheading of Briton David Haines.
As veterans move to the front of the hiring queue, civil servants and former troops are increasingly questioning each other’s competence and qualifications.
Robert Griffin III dislocates his ankle Sunday. (Jonathan Newton/Post)
Franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III, 24, dislocated his ankle in an “uncommon” injury that has the potential to end his season.
The search for the children has found no clues, but the effort will continue, Montgomery County police say.
Critics say the sale was worth far more and that more public discussion was needed.
In a massive building and a chaotic scene, Park Police Officer Carl Hiott confronted Aaron Alexis.
Ashley Halsey III
The lab in D.C. is where some of the world’s most vexing aviation mysteries have been explored.
Donna St. George
In an effort to embrace the digital world, some local schools are allowing personal devices in class.
The White House says that there will be no U.S. troops on the ground to fight the Islamic State.
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With Saturday’s win, Washington’s division lead has ballooned to a season-high 10 games.
Dan D’Aniello hasn’t donated as many millions as his Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein. Yet.
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David A. Fahrenthold
The Kentucky senator is seeking to broaden his appeal, but doing so could hurt his outsider image.
The Texas governor has taken a hard line on border security, but has a softer touch in Austin.
THE FIX | Experts project that 12 of the most competitive Senate seats could change party hands.
Todd C. Frankel
Scientist Joseph Fair dreamed of fighting Ebola. But he’s battling it on a scale his mentors never did.
The ambitious nation takes its time targeting its neighbors and the global order.
China’s mistreatment of a lawyer shows the U.S. needs a tougher human rights approach.
Family mourns British hostage killed by Islamic State
U.K.’s Cameron: ‘We will hunt down those responsible’
North Korea sentences American to 6 years’ hard labor
Croatia struggles with flooding after heavy rainfall
Sweden’s center-left opposition holding lead in election
British PM on Islamic State beheading: ‘They are not Muslims, they are monsters’
Rescuers save over 100 on board sunken ferry in the Philippines
EU seeks billions of euros to revive economy
Scots campaign ahead of independence vote
More than dozen killed in northern India bus crash
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Philip Rucker and Dan Balz
In Iowa visit, Hillary Clinton jumps into partisan fray and warns Democrats of the consequences of complacency.
Today, we should be focusing on games. Instead, we’re talking about scandals.
COLUMN | Happiness is a solid, trustworthy door lock on a public restroom — and other things we love (and love to hate).
Rico Labbe, a pro football player turned Emmy-winning producer/director, put his own imprint on the home.
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The Going Out Guide recommends free things to do for every day of the week.
FEDERAL DIARY | The government is trying to improve the security-clearance process, but much work remains.
Tom Cotton’s campaign muddles truth about Mark Pryor’s record on Social Security and immigrants.
At the end of New York Fashion Week, Proenza Schouler threw rules of seasonal fabrics out the window.
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Even in our highly connected digital era, author makes the case that the neighborhoods we live in have deep influence on how we shop.
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