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The attack, which hospitalized 11 Iraqi police, appears to be the group’s first confirmed use of chemical weapons.
The foreign combatant is the first in Afghanistan to go to U.S. for trial.
Rosalind S. Helderman
The report details her 12-hour interrogation.
Secret Service dogs Hurricane, left, and Jordan. (U.S. Secret Service)
Juliet Eilperin and David Nakamura
The latest suspect’s capture marked a contrast to the Secret Service’s handling of a similar event in September.
Julie Zauzmer and Clarence Williams
Two others were injured in the crash that occurred about a mile from the Frederick Municipal Airport.
Dana Hedgpeth and Lori Aratani
A shift commander described Victoria Kong as a “9,000-year-old Alzheimer’s woman.”
A judge issued a warrant to transfer Jesse Matthew, accused in a 2005 attack in a park, from Charlottesville.
But the university did not say how many students were sickened by the illness or when it was first reported.
An SUV turns in front of a streetcar in testing on H Street. (Post)
D.C. intends to start the service this year, but basic safety and operation questions are still unanswered.
The Post’s John Kelly takes his Datsun roadster to the car show at Katie's Cars & Coffee in Great Falls.
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The Congressional Cemetery has become a daily draw for tourists, neighbors and dog walkers.
OPINION | I didn’t believe in purgatory until I began commuting on Metro 12 years ago.
COLUMN | A social services building will soon sell $15,000 flags. And all parties are satisfied.
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Abby Phillip, Elahe Izadi and Lena H. Sun
The man “presented a fever and gastrointestinal symptoms” and was transported to a hospital in NYC.
THE TAKE | After several missteps, the Democrat is in danger of losing to Republican Bob Beauprez.
Fred Barbash and Justin Moyer
Amid the chaos, parliament’s sergeant-at-arms retrieved his gun and prevented a massacre.
Things got (intentionally) awkward on the latest episode of “Between Two Ferns.”
Polls suggest the Democrat is still in the fight.
Abby Phillip and Ishaan Tharoor
Everybody’s got an opinion on the Facebook founder’s effort with notoriously difficult language.
Surveillance video shows Ottawa shooter
Man jumps White House fence, captured on lawn
200 Kurdish fighters to enter Kobane via Turkey
Canada's Harper: ‘We will not run scared’
Ebola outbreak hits coffin business in Liberia
Virginia Tech holds vigil for missing U-Va. student
UNC athletics faces huge academic scandal
Guinea doctors, public avoid hospitals for fear of Ebola
Royals beat Giants, 7-2, to even World Series
Mexican protesters set fire to town hall
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THE FIX | Understanding the lack of a pro-Obama vote.
Satire, too, is a great weapon.
Jonetta Rose Barras
Muriel Bowser’s campaign is surrounded by shady characters.
NATIONALS JOURNAL | Span has never won the award and has been nominated twice, while LaRoche claimed the trophy in 2012.
The Lauber-Hoffman home is filled with art and furnishings from the far corners of the world — and wine.
Going Out Guide
The San Francisco trend has made its way eastward.
FEDERAL EYE | A report said the Army restricted Tamara Lusardi’s restroom usage and stopped giving her work.
The investigation details a scheme in which athletes were placed in courses they didn’t have to attend.
Age and technical difficulties aside, seniors apply the lessons of life to the etiquette of the Internet.
In video works, “Days of Endless Time” at the Hirshhorn examines our need for nature to revitalize us.
Congress put regulatory wiggle room in its Telecommunications Act of 1996. That’s where an end to the ‘open Internet’ fight might be hiding.
ON LEADERSHIP | The maker of brands such as Camel, Kool and Pall Mall will begin imposing more restrictions on where employees can light up.
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