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Rachel Weiner, Mike DeBonis and Scott Clement
Although the Democratic candidate for D.C. mayor has a double-digit lead there are still several vulnerabilities for her — and opportunities for her opponents.
Ed O’Keefe and Paul Kane
President Obama’s plan includes training and arms for moderate Syrian rebels to counter the militants. The Senate is expected to approve the plan Thursday.
Green at the site of the Bible Museum. (Andre Chung for The Post)
For Steve Green, there’s just one problem with his $800 million project: two blocks isn’t quite close enough to the National Mall.
Mike DeBonis and Paul Schwartzman
City officials drafted a new law after a judge struck down D.C.’s ban on carrying firearms in public.
T. Rees Shapiro and Julie Zauzmer
Hannah Graham,18, was last seen on surveillance video walking alone in the early morning hours Saturday.
State public health officials say seven of 10 children have tested positive for the infection enterovirus 68.
They’re working to establish a connection to Del. inmate and “person of interest” Lloyd Lee Welch.
The drivers who gave D.C. the lowest marks were those from Maryland. The cross-border rivalry is real.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | The Post critic weighs in on your questions, rants and raves about D.C. dining.
Here’s what 14 kids have to say about faith as more young people move away from organized religion.
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COLUMN | Experts say cats may not be truly content unless they’re spayed. But there are downsides.
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Artificial sweeteners may be contributing to the problems they were designed to combat.
David A. Fahrenthold
The story showed that Paul has changed or dropped some of the ideas he supported as a candidate.
THE FIX | The vice president’s use of the term “Shylock” earns a rebuke — and an apology.
Not even a credulous soap opera viewer would buy his tale.
Odile moves to U.S., tourists airlifted from Baja
Kerry: 'No country has been asked to put boots on the ground'
Jimmy Carter: U.S. bombing of Islamic State ‘justified’
Obama thanks troops at MacDill Air Force Base
Death toll in Nigeria church collapse rises
Comey says Internet changed nature of terrorism
Islamic State reportedly downs Syrian warplane
King fire continues to rip through California
N.Y. man charged with trying to help Islamic State
World watches as Scots prep for independence vote
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THE FIX | Key and Peele have Obama’s Anger Translator. We have Rubio’s Foreign Policy Translator.
Over time, I felt more and more alienated and ostracized by the institutional Church.
COLUMN | Who says you can’t go home again? High school reunions attempt to prove otherwise.
REDSKINS BLOG | The Redskins look to string together back-to-back wins for the first time since Weeks 16 and 17 of the 2012 season.
Ilyce R. Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin
Rent out the home and give yourself a year to decide whether to sell it.
Going Out Guide
The yearly festival is becoming more Portlandia than Petworth.
FEDERAL DIARY | People who were there talked about being in the building during the Navy Yard massacre one year ago.
She sought a full-time job -- and a better life for her 6-year-old son
A commission will review a revised Frank Gehry design — one that the famed architect will not endorse.
The five-time Tony winner revives her New York-London turn in the Noël Coward comedy.
Apple’s due to release its newest mobile operating system, iOS 8, on Wednesday.
WONKBLOG | An expert panel has a new plan for navigating the tricky politics around end-of-life care.
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