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Jerry Markon and Peter Hermann
Bill Bratton criticized his own officers for taking the extraordinary step of turning their backs on the mayor as he entered the hospital where two patrolmen died.
Some agency employees say supervisors are pressuring analysts to grant permission for Hollywood filmmakers to fly drones on movies sets.
YEAR IN REVIEW
(Clockwise from left): Williams, Angelou, de la Renta, Rivers, Gwynn.
PHOTOS | From author Maya Angelou to actor Robin Williams to designer Oscar de la Renta, a look back of those we lost this year.
A 19-year-old Southeast man was arrested in the incident near the Anacostia Metro station.
COUCH SLOUCH | Since buying the Redskins in 1999, the owner has made one mistake after another.
LIVE Q&A | The Post columnist takes your questions on all things related to D.C. sports.
Requests for help from starving residents have risen sharply — but the budgets for aid have not.
The convicted Va. legislator, serving a six-month sentence, had planned to run again but was dissuaded.
GOING OUT GUIDE | Here are some options by neighborhood, many near movie theaters.
While in Sri Lanka in 2004, former Post reporter Michael Dobbs was caught when the tsunami hit.
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LIVE Q&A | “Dr. Gridlock” takes your questions (and gripes) on traffic, transit and commuting.
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FALL ALL-MET | The top teen stars in football, volleyball, soccer, field hockey and cross country.
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Some of his harshest words were reserved for sins related to gossip, which he likened to terrorism.
WONKBLOG | Research has begun to confirm that children of unmarried moms face more obstacles in life.
OPINION | Elements that once made the show special are distractions from the thriller it’s capable of being.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
Obama shows he’ll use all the power he still has.
No superstar has managed to turn a seasonal hit into an evergreen classic since Mariah Carey in 1994.
New York City mourns officers, calls for peace
As high winds blast California, surfers take to water
Jameis Winston cleared of misconduct
Italian protester climbs Vatican basilica — again
China indicts Jackie Chan’s son on drug charge
Essebsi claims victory in Tunisia presidential election
Lightning injures NFL fans after Tampa Bay game
Caught in the ocean during the 2004 tsunami
Sharpton, Garner family urge non-violence after shootings
NYPD officers salute their fallen comrades
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Philip Bump and Chris Cillizza
THE FIX | THE FIX | Politicians offer their opinion on the week's biggest newsmaker: Kris Kringle.
The oil and gas industry needs to start cooperating with regulators.
COLUMN | The taxi chief upgraded cabs and gave drivers a chance to compete with Uber.
DC SPORTS BOG | Jay Gruden keeps talking about quarterback wins. He should probably stop that.
Ilyce R. Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin
Get three agents to do a competitive market analysis of your home and pick the best one.
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FEDERAL DIARY | Should U.S. development agency use workers for secret projects that are illegal in Cuba?
A mesmerizing timelapse using 12,500 photos taken by astronaut Alexander Gerst shows auroras, city lights, spacecraft, and more.
Some highlights from a year of books by funny people, including Poehler, Amram and Mandvi.
The tech giant is turbo-charging its same-day delivery program, starting in Manhattan.
PART 6 | An exceptional economy has been lost because Americans stopped doing exceptional work.
Mr. Howe was a transitional figure in Yale admissions policies. He later led the American Field Service.
Pullbacks in federal spending have hurt many charities and businesses alike, but that didn’t stop several area companies from lending a hand to those who need it.
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