Details of police officer’s life in hiding emerge

Darren Wilson was mowing his lawn when he learned his address was listed online. He quickly packed his belongings and stayed out of public view for months.

A rare glimpse into Hillary Clinton’s lucrative speeches

For a $300,000 speech at UCLA, Clinton reps made many demands about the stage and green-room.

 
 

Officer fatally shot Cleveland boy within seconds of arriving at park

Video of the shooting of Tamir Rice, who had what turned out to be a BB gun, was made public at the request of his family, which said, “It is our belief that this situation could have been avoided.”

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He was destined to save the Redskins. Now the RGIII era appears to be over.

He was destined to save the Redskins. Now the RGIII era appears to be over.

The move to bench Robert Griffin III was seen as a stunning decision from which there is no turning back.

After snowy day, patchy icy spots tonight before a chilly Thanksgiving

After snowy day, patchy icy spots tonight before a chilly Thanksgiving

WEATHER GANG | The storm has moved on, but cold air will move in for Thursday.

An Ebola aid worker returns to D.C. — and days of anxious self-monitoring

An Ebola aid worker returns to D.C. — and days of anxious self-monitoring

As Brett Sedgewick took his own temperature each day, the what-ifs raced through his mind.

Girl, 7, who was shot while playing
tag calls assailants ‘very bad people’

Girl, 7, who was shot while playing <br>tag calls assailants ‘very bad people’

D.C. police have not made any arrests in the incident, which left the second grader with a leg injury.

Female D.C. teacher’s aide found naked in car with student, police say

The 27-year-old employee at Eastern High School was arrested and charged with sexual abuse.

How to sound like a D.C. insider when you head home for Thanksgiving

How to sound like a D.C. insider when you head home for Thanksgiving

Even if your biggest brush with power has been spotting a Cabinet secretary at Whole Foods, fret not.

James, Cavaliers wallop Wizards

James, Cavaliers wallop Wizards

LeBron James scores 29 points as Cleveland exacts a little revenge, controlling the game from the start.

Man pleads guilty to impersonating rescue worker at Montgomery Co. fire

Man pleads guilty to impersonating rescue worker at Montgomery Co. fire

Wearing an EMS vest, he went to the blaze with lights flashing and a siren blaring on his SUV, police said.

Fitness gifts can be perfect, or they
can send someone’s ego into a tailspin

Fitness gifts can be perfect, or they <br>can send someone’s ego into a tailspin

MISFITS | A few ways to make sure that what you’re giving doesn’t cause someone to take offense.

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A rare glimpse into Hillary Clinton’s lucrative speeches

A rare glimpse into Hillary Clinton’s lucrative speeches

For a $300,000 speech at UCLA, Clinton reps made many demands about the stage and green-room.

How an out-of-a-hat seniority vote still haunts Jeff Sessions 18 years later

How an out-of-a-hat seniority vote still haunts Jeff Sessions 18 years later

The senator is squaring off against his old friend in a race that has caused anxiety in their party.

In heart of Europe, migrants offer a one-stop tour of worldwide misery

In heart of Europe, migrants offer a one-stop tour of worldwide misery

Asylum-seeking refugees are stuck on the watery border between two of the planet’s most affluent nations.

The bizarre, viral fetish of ‘unboxing’

The bizarre, viral fetish of ‘unboxing’

The videos have become a mainstay on YouTube, garnering more than 8.3 million views.

Sports

Wizards not so hot in Cleveland

Wizards not so hot in Cleveland

Five nights after an impressive victory over the Cavaliers, Washington is blown out by LeBron James and company in the rematch.

Real Estate

Mortgage rates mostly flat heading into holiday

Mortgage rates mostly flat heading into holiday

The 30-year fixed-rate average dips to 3.97 percent, remaining below 4 percent for the second week in a row.

Federal Government

In the Loop: About those non-pardoned turkeys

In the Loop: About those non-pardoned turkeys

IN THE LOOP | Every year, the president makes a show of sparing a bird or two. But then what does the first family eat?

National

Ferguson is now a symbol, not a place

Ferguson is now a symbol, not a place

The suburb’s name will forever evoke feelings. How will it adjust to its emblematic meaning?

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