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Adam Goldman and Karen DeYoung
Special Operations forces staged an unsuccessful operation this summer to rescue the photojournalist and other Americans being held in Syria.
Drastic measures by two organizations highlight governments’ reliance on them, and they haven’t escaped controversy.
Former Virginia governor Bob McDonnell leaves court Wednesday. (AP)
Matt Zapotosky, Rosalind S. Helderman and Laura Vozzella
The former Virginia governor insisted he gave Star Scientific and Jonnie Williams nothing other than routine access to government.
The Falls Church mall is losing customers, and tenants have sued to have critical repairs made.
A ban on grain alcohol sales in Maryland leaves a motley group of Everclear fans out in the cold.
COLUMN | Respected official Mike Carey took a quiet, almost unheard of stand against the team’s name.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | The Post critic weighs in on your questions, rants and raves about D.C. dining.
What happens to your body when you can’t get outside in the sun? It’s more than just a vitamin D deficiency.
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Adam B. Kushner
The city’s wonks are having their day in the invite-only LearnedLeague, a growing online trivia empire.
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David Nakamura and Nia-Malika Henderson
Eric Holder Jr.’s visit to Ferguson displays his penchant to say more on racial issues than the president.
Some blame federal pressure — led by the White House — to stamp out sexual violence on campuses.
STORYLINE | The lessons and stories from Colorado’s surprisingly effective approach.
WONKBLOG | New software can detect whether it’s you or someone pretending to be you fueling up.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
Why there is still hope for a true national dialogue on race.
Outrage alone will not halt their murderous campaign.
Israel, militants trade fire after talks fail
President Obama honors American journalist James Foley
Police: More peaceful protests in Ferguson Tuesday
Video from Israeli military said to show strikes
Possible Ebola patient in isolation at Calif. hospital
Indicted Tex. Gov. Perry turns himself in
Changes coming to no-fly list
Crews tame Yosemite fire
Anti-government protesters march on Pakistani Parliament
Landslides kill dozens in Japan
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Foley execution interrupts leaders’ getaways, sending Cameron home while Obama takes podium in Mass.
POSTEVERYTHING | An LAPD officer explains the challenges of the job and the importance of cooperating with police.
COLUMN | One family’s experiences highlight how necessary U.S. protection is for refugees.
COLUMN | If Monday’s game is any indication, the quarterback has learned little from his past. He needs to be smarter about taking hits.
After evaluating their needs and market conditions, some buyers may opt to shift their priorities.
Going Out Guide
Fritz Hahn and Rhome Anderson
Dance to your favorite hits of the ‘00s, celebrate Mason Inn’s anniversary and play bocce to raise money for rescue dogs.
Viewed from atop the Washington Monument in October, artist’s rows of dirt will look like a person’s face.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
IN THE LOOP | When it comes to public officials’ social media faux pas, it’s usually the interns who take the fall.
Children susceptible to stroke more vulnerable when they suffer from colds or other minor infections.
Scores of horrifying images continued circulating, despite the social media company’s efforts.
Deal will be largest amount ever paid by a single company, eclipsing JP Morgan Chase’s $13 billion in 2013.
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Food critic Tom Sietsema entertained questions, complaints and recommendations for dining in the D.C. area.
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