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For the 12th month in a row, the nation added more than 200K jobs, extending a labor market boom that is powering the economy. The unemployment rate fell to 5.5 percent, a new post-recession low.
Sometimes-deadly infections have been traced back to the care of scopes used in the digestive tract.
Women converse at an EggBanxx "Egg Freezing Party." (P. Fallon/Post)
As more women delay parenthood, many are turning to egg freezing. But the procedure’s popularity and low odds of success has heightened tension between marketers and some doctors.
A. Camden Walker and Angela Fritz
WEATHER GANG | Yes, it's cold. But think positively. This may be our last extremely cold day this winter.
POSTEVERYTHING | The work was rewarding, but the wages and commute around D.C. were not.
LIVE Q&A | The advice columnist answers questions about the strange train we call life.
The federal report on the Ferguson case gives the standard for charging an officer in a fatal shooting.
$20 DINER | The Northeast D.C. restaurant serves elevated comfort food to a diverse community.
Veteran Steve Watkins finds comfort in Alaska, where he is training for two audacious goals.
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Community Partnership improperly estimated expenses for services to the District’s nearly 7,700 homeless.
Michael Alison Chandler and Donna St. George
The amount of classroom time devoted to testing due to the lack of technology leads the concerns.
GOING OUT GUIDE | D.C. United kicks off a new season and “The Originalist” opens at Arena Stage.
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While Dawn is in orbit, NASA hopes to learn the evolution of the planet and the history of our solar system.
Sarah Halzack and Hayley Tsukayama
With a four- to five-figure watch on the way, Apple is reimagining its stores to make way for the affluent.
Interpreting John Roberts’s question doesn’t ensure much, but it doesn’t stop us from guessing his view.
His speech to Congress painted a scenario utterly divorced from reality.
WONKBLOG | One of America's most old-fashioned pastimes has rapidly begun to fall apart.
Jerusalem car attack suspect hospitalized
U.S. adds 295,000 jobs in February
Lack of snow pushes Alaska’s Iditarod north
Oil train bursts into flames after derailing in Illinois
India celebrates Hindu festival of colors
Harrison Ford hospitalized after plane crash
Winter storm wreaks havoc across eastern U.S.
Remembering Selma's ‘Bloody Sunday’ 50 years later
'Sled free or die': D.C. residents take the Hill
Officials investigate plane crash at LaGuardia Airport
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Jose A. DelReal
The president’s remarks come ahead of a momentous commemoration of the civil rights movement in Selma, Ala., this weekend.
I let race trump rape.
COLUMN | But the fight against tyranny would, ultimately, succumb to the need for nap time.
Washington’s hitters, among the slowest in the majors last season, face new rules starting Thursday.
Adapting to new technology, agents are giving home sellers more choices when it comes to commission.
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FEDERAL DIARY | A GAO report and Senate hearing look at protocol that dissuades feds from pointing out waste or abuse.
Chris Kyle’s killer received a life-without-parole sentence. Why didn’t the prosecutor pursue the death penalty? It’s complicated.
International volunteers created a five-story underwater scene in Rochester, N.Y.
A new MoMA exhibit celebrates the life, art and style of the artist, possibly best enjoyed by her fans.
The government’s de facto online privacy watchdog will look into cross-device tracking.
WONKBLOG | The Dow Jones Industrial Average makes approximately zero sense as a stock index.
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