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The former House speaker allegedly paid a male ex-student to keep quiet about acts that took place decades ago, a federal law enforcement official said.
The former Maryland governor offers himself as a more progressive 2016 option to Hillary Rodham Clinton.
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Scott Tomaszewski will make his first court appearance on Monday in the deaths of his Rockville neighbors.
Larlane Brown and Hussain Zadeh are being held without bond in the death of 73-year-old Cecil Brown.
D.C. journalist Charnice Milton was fatally shot Wednesday at a bus stop after an assignment.
Several classes in the D.C. area target a demographic that seems to see itself as forever young.
Some of the region's highest-paid CEOs.
The rise has come as the region’s economy lags behind that of other metropolitan areas.
Here’s the former Maryland governor’s take on gay marriage, income inequality and more.
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The long-awaited addition to the Westover neighborhood includes new food and drink options.
Michele Langevine Leiby
DATE LAB | She also suggested that he bring flowers. How will he fare without assistance?
Washington Post Staff
The annual afternoon of puzzles built into the D.C. landscape starts at Freedom Plaza at noon Sunday.
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Police separated those denouncing Islam from defenders of the faith, but the clash remained nonviolent.
A new study with a huge sampling finds commonality among religions that deny evolution.
ON SOCCER | Much of FIFA still resists change, but some countries hope to force it on the organization.
Vladimir Katriuk, who moved to Canada in the ’50s, was wanted for his alleged role in a massacre.
George F. Will
The right of free speech has been supplanted by the right not to be offended or even challenged.
The case of The Washington Post’s Jason Rezaian may stem from Iranian political infighting.
At least 19 killed in Pakistan bus attack
Martin O'Malley: 'I am running for you'
FIFA’s Blatter says he does not fear arrest
U.S., Japan say China's actions eroding regional stability
Protesters gather in Arizona for armed anti-Muslim rally
Martin O'Malley, in his own words
School searches for missing SAT tests in Virginia
N.Y. judge asked to declare chimps ‘persons’
Obama: ‘Handful of senators’ are in way of surveillance bill
A look inside Dennis Hastert's indictment
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Emily Kaye Lazzaro
The writer says answering questions about what she does can be paralyzing.
The missing girl’s name wasn’t mentioned, but her fate was surely on the minds of city leaders this week.
Jennifer Jo Cobb will now likely become the first person penalized under the rule NASCAR made after Tony Stewart accidentally killed Kevin Ward Jr. last year.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The home is considered one of Maryland’s grandest, early-20th-century abodes.
Food & Drink
Bonnie S. Benwick
WEEKEND KITCHEN | May Evans’ work will prompt you to slice and serve; plus, top recipes of the week.
FEDERAL EYE | With Social Security numbers, birth dates and home addresses, identity theft is simple.
For foes of capital punishment, the bill’s passage offered a moment of relief after a long, emotional debate.
For a spate of new music venues, baby boomers and Gen Xers are just the ticket.
A century after his birth, the man who conquered radio, records and film has no contemporary equals.
As chief information security officer, Alex Stamos has helped the company catch up with the competition.
New laws in Canada and other countries require motorists to take a time out from wearable gadgets.
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