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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.
Shirley Sotloff appeals to militants to release Steven J. Sotloff.
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.
Rosalind S. Helderman and Matt Zapotosky
The defense rests in the corruption trial, after many once-private details aired about the couple’s marriage.
Transit police pulled a man back to the platform seconds before a Red Line train would have struck him.
The ambassador of Equatorial Guinea won’t be arrested because of diplomatic immunity, police said.
Michael E. Ruane
The animal on which the zoo was founded in the 1880s hasn’t been on exhibit in more than a decade.
Michael Botticelli approaches his job as America’s top drug control official as a recovering alcoholic.
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Meghan Leahy and Amy Joyce
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As a teen, Raaheela Ahmed, 21, nearly defeated the then-chairman of the Prince George’s school board.
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Bryce Dion was killed while filming an armed robbery at a Wendy’s in Omaha on Tuesday.
The killer, tied to at least 3,000 murders, is released after turning against other cartel members.
After Anna Whiston-Donaldson’s son died, she wrote a memoir about her slow emergence from grief.
The report instantly drew fire on social media and, by late afternoon, the Rams’ Chris Long weighed in.
The comedian torches Bill O’Reilly and company.
The airlines seem to be competing with each other to cram more seats into already crowded cabins.
Syrian rebels take Israel-Syria border crossing
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
Miley Cyrus’s VMA guest wanted by Oregon police
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We stopped fighting countries and started targeting specific people. The Islamic State is now doing the same.
COLUMN | Forum makes the case for full participation in the justice system by the black commmunity.
REDSKINS BLOG | The Redskins on Thursday play their final preseason game, and for many, it’s crunch time. Team officials will use Thursday’s performances to help make roster decisions.
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The 17th Twain Prize for humor goes to Leno in October, and TV comedians will tip their caps.
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