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A grand jury has reached a decision on whether to indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown, sources close to the process said. Press conferences are expected later today.
Q&A | Legal experts explain why some aspects of the process will remain secret while others will be publicly disclosed.
Hagel speaks at the White House. (Getty)
Craig Whitlock and Missy Ryan
The defense secretary's resignation could portend a broader shake-up among Obama’s national security team.
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Aaron C. Davis
It has now lost its most senior politician and outspoken supporter of spending on social programs.
WEATHER GANG | The timing of rain to snow changeover for D.C. and points south and east is uncertain.
TRANSCRIPT | Ahead of the holiday with millions on the road and in the skies, “Dr. Gridlock” takes questions.
LIVE Q&A | The Post columnist took your questions on all things D.C. sports.
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COLUMN | After another loss, the team needs to ask how much longer it can wait for its QB to develop.
Here's a look at how the defense secretary responded to some of the issues during his tenure.
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Student leaders said they aim to unify campus as its administration seeks to make reforms.
Lauren E. Williams
OPINION | A Md. resident whose neighbor was killed says affordable housing shouldn’t mean risking life.
OPINION | The president of a D.C. PR firm says residents should ask politicians to make travel a priority.
GOING OUT GUIDE | Learn to swing dance after Thanksgiving dinner or check out ZooLights.
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The incidents are part of a pattern of aggressive Russian behavior that has radiated across Europe.
Former Post reporter Jose Vargas has turned his tireless energy toward a very personal cause: immigration.
THE FIX | The former New York mayor has come under fire for his analysis of Ferguson.
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A former NBC facilities manager said Cosby would dispatch him to send payments to women.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
No wonder they are so angry with the president.
Carol Morello and Brian Murphy
The U.S. and 5 other countries were unable to reach a comprehensive agreement with Iran on Monday.
U.K. faces biggest threat since 9/11
Chuck Hagel's biggest challenges as defense secretary
Kerry: Iran nuclear talks extended for 7 months
‘Hunger Games’ has year’s biggest opening weekend
Portugal reeling from corruption inquiry
Obama: Hagel has been no ordinary defense secretary
Hagel resigns as defense secretary
British banker murder trial adjourns to July
Holiday shopping here for ‘early birds’
Afghan volleyball game blast kills dozens
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THE FIX | While only 36 percent of voters cast ballots, the raw data offer clues on the state of the electorate.
Research shows that a weak position sometimes elicits the most concessions.
Chocolate City has given way to Two Washingtons and worsening disparities.
REDSKINS BLOG | Washington’s quarterback voices resolute faith in Jay Gruden’s system and his own ability to improve.
DC Design House chosen for 2015.
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FEDERAL EYE | The guidance is meant to help curb the number of questionable civil seizures of cash and property from motorists amid a federal civil-rights lawsuit.
A grand jury in the shooting of Michael Brown is expected to reconvene today.
Females who were mostly forgotten in 19th-century Paris get centerstage in Susan Stroman’s ballet musical.
The venture capitalist, NBA owner and “Shark Tank” star on why he rejects Obama’s plan, how he’d run the Internet and whether he’d want to be FCC chief.
An inside look at the excruciating detail that goes into keeping shoppers moving and keeping them happy on one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
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