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At least 33 people were killed and more than 100 injured in what marked the first time the group has claimed to be behind an assault in the country.
Thousands of families leaving the city of Ramadi clogged checkpoints leading to Baghdad amid claims that some security forces had pulled out.
McHenry interviews Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith. (AP)
Britt McHenry’s suspension after her rant is the latest in the network’s storied history of sending its personalities to the sidelines after embarrassing episodes that grabbed headlines.
Michael Laris and Aaron C. Davis
The city’s efforts against parking cheaters offer a long lesson in how not to fix a common urban problem.
WEATHER GANG | Today should be close to perfect when it comes to spring weather.
Matt Zapotosky and Justin Jouvenal
Officials declined to release many details, including how the woman, who had two small children, died.
Members of Congress urge Virginia to try other tactics to ease crowding, like more HOV enforcement.
The house was once home to an order of nuns. (Taylor Dabney)
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The 200-year-old house was built by descendants of the founders of Alexandria.
Wizards Bradley Beal talks with The Washington Post about how he developed his shooting form.
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DATE LAB | She’s an avid reader and a foreign-film devotee. He’s more likely to watch or play sports.
Blue Line riders were the first to experience brighter cars, more room to move and better signs.
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Activists see racial overtones in the delay on the first black female nominee for attorney general.
Annie Gowen | Photos by Linda Davidson
A DNA database may be the last chance to link Amerasians with their fathers.
A study found that liberals as a whole near the route have become more in favor of the pipeline.
The problem with politics isn’t Washington, but a hyper-tribal electorate.
Dozens killed in Afghanistan suicide attack
Armed man shot near St. Louis after charging at officers
NHL player Jarret Stoll arrested for drug possession
Australia arrests 5 teens for alleged terror attack
Canadian diplomat's son charged with murder in Fla.
Chicago's former archbishop, Cardinal Francis George, dies at 78
Former top deputy to Saddam reported killed
Car bomb explodes outside U.S. consulate in northern Iraq
Baby declared brain dead after drive-by shooting
Man pulled to safety after falling on subway tracks
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The senator was both deliberate and seemingly at-ease in his first campaign trip since announcing.
Her uber-privileged food stamp challenge obscures the many obstacles low income people face.
COLUMN | The gyrocopter pilot is just part of a wave of homegrown, daffy activists descending on D.C.
New ace strikes out nine in eight innings, and Harper’s three-run blast in first sets the tone in 7-2 win over Phillies.
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Bonnie S. Benwick
WEEKEND KITCHEN | While the getting’s good, do good things with spring’s funky early-bird vegetable.
FEDERAL EYE | Free program aims to fill the void in training opportunities available at many agencies.
The physicians said it is “unacceptable” for the doctor and TV host to hold positions at the school.
The top two rules: Be there — really there — and practice acceptance.
The Fox Business Network anchor on her “money honey” moniker, her weekly date with her mom and more.
In the basic plan, which will cost $54 per month, customers will get 35 basic channels including all local broadcast networks, CNN, HGTV, AMC, the Food Network and other channels.
Todd Zywicki and Thomas A. Durkin
The credit conundrum: Is consumer credit good or evil? Two academics make the case for plastic.
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