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    (Clockwise from left): Williams, Angelou, de la Renta, Rivers, Gwynn.

    Notable deaths of 2014

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      Fannie Mae said to settle on new headquarters at 555 12th Street

      The housing finance organization will replace the law firm Arnold & Porter in offices near Metro Center.

      Can the Nats do as well as last season without LaRoche and Desmond?

      Can the Nats do as well as last season without LaRoche and Desmond?

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      Calls up 57% as desperate people
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      Calls up 57% as desperate people <br>flood D.C. hotline for emergency food

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      Where to dine out on Christmas day
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      Where to dine out on Christmas day<br>(No, Chinese isn’t your only option).

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      I’m leaving D.C. on Dec. 24th: What will I (shudder) face on the roads?

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      Washington Post 2014 Fall All-Met players of the year composite image by Jose Soto / The Washington Post.

      (John McDonnell/The Post)

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      Christmas storm will be messy travel disrupter across much of eastern U.S

      Christmas storm will be messy travel disrupter across much of eastern U.S

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      Real Estate

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      Real Estate Matters | Home seller resolutions for 2015

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      Federal Government

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      Gross case shows use of workers for secret Cuban projects

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