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Karen Tumulty and Robert Costa
Both political parties fear President Obama’s plan to defer deporting millions of illegal immigrants could change the course of November’s midterm elections.
Rosalind S. Helderman and Matt Zapotosky
The defense rests in the corruption trial, after many once-private details aired about the couple’s marriage.
Aaron Silverman opened Rose's Luxury last year.
Aaron Silverman, the owner of what Bon Appetit magazine has called the top new restaurant in America, has quietly undermined the traditional role of head chef at his laid-back eatery.
Transit police pulled a man back to the platform seconds before a Red Line train would have struck him.
His “final” live appearance on WJLA is Thursday, though he’s calling it a break rather than retirement.
Now a doctor living in the Watergate complex, he is angling to serve on a D.C. neighborhood board.
The ambassador of Equatorial Guinea won’t be arrested because of diplomatic immunity, police said.
Michael Botticelli approaches his job as America’s top drug control official as a recovering alcoholic.
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Ashley Halsey III
Better economic times mean the numbers on the road may mark the highest travel levels since 2008.
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The killer, tied to at least 3,000 murders, is released after turning against other cartel members.
A former state senator admitted taking $73,000 for flipping support from Michele Bachmann to Paul.
After Anna Whiston-Donaldson’s son died, she wrote a memoir about her slow emergence from grief.
The airlines seem to be competing with each other to cram more seats into already crowded cabins.
A mayor’s woeful tale of the burdens of immigration doesn’t quite add up.
A solution that conservatives could accept.
Syrian rebels take Israel-Syria border crossing
Netanyahu claims victory in Gaza
Ukraine accuses Russia of new incursion
Lagarde under investigation in fraud case
UK Ebola victim receives experimental ZMapp drug
Cautious optimism on 2nd day of Gaza cease-fire
Pa. man kidnapped and dumped in river survives, 2 dead
Report finds 1,400 kids exploited in U.K. town
Journalist Peter Theo Curtis thankful for freedom
American believed to be killed fighting in Syria
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Reid Wilson and Niraj Chokshi
Big election battles will be on referendums and amendments important to corporations and political strategists.
We stopped fighting countries and started targeting specific people. The Islamic State is now doing the same.
COLUMN | Hey, pilgrim: Bowie’s tiny John Wayne Museum is looking for corporate sponsorship.
REDSKINS BLOG | Team officials will use Thursday’s final preseason performances to help make roster decisions.
Also: An online site offers an affordable way to build a custom home.
Going Out Guide
Fritz Hahn and Rhome Anderson
Our Labor Day weekend picks include Sunday and Monday day parties, late-night dancing and Brody Jenner at a pool party.
An oral history project preserves stories of celebrity and success in a thriving neighborhood.
The 17th Twain Prize for humor goes to Leno in October, and TV comedians will tip their caps.
FEDERAL EYE | Labor Department public affairs chief investigated by Congress
The chips are designed to modulate the nervous system to help with arthritis and post-traumatic stress.
Forget click-bait. We’re living in the world of share-bait now.
Is coal country suffering from what economists call the ‘resource curse’?
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