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Spencer S. Hsu
Nearly every criminal case reviewed by the agency and the Justice Department as part of a massive investigation into lab problems has included flawed forensic testimony, government officials said.
William Booth and Ruth Eglash
The public and political class have rallied behind the aggressive campaign against Hamas and its rockets and tunnels.
Maureen McDonnell, center, arrives at the courthouse. (AP)
Matt Zapotosky, Rosalind S. Helderman and Laura Vozzella
As the McDonnells’ marriage began to break down, the former Virginia first lady developed a crush on the man who is the star witness at the couple’s corruption trial, her attorney said.
The plans have led to months of jockeying between developers, Congress and local officials.
Ann E. Marimow and Peter Hermann
The 90-day stay will give officials time to respond to the ruling that overturned the city’s main gun law.
Palestinian and Israeli students get to know each other this summer away from the violence back home.
Donna St. George
Board members adopt a sweeping set of new spending rules after records showed improper charges.
Dan Steinberg and Theresa Vargas
Chris Cooley, Gary Clark and Mark Moseley are among the Redskins alumni who embrace the name.
The anti-Obamacare “care”nival features acrobats, tests of strength and an 8-foot-tall Uncle Sam.
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The surging Miami Marlins beat the Washington Nationals 3-0 Tuesday night for their sixth straight victory.
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Griff Witte and Karen DeYoung
In the wake of the downing of Flight 17, the European measures are the strongest since the Cold War.
Karen Tumulty and Wesley Lowery
Few people think he is about to be impeached, but both Democrats and the GOP can’t quit talking about it.
The sniper alleged he punched the former Minnesota governor in a bar in 2006 for disparaging Navy SEALs.
Sen. Alexander is sticking with his state’s long legacy of pragmatic politics in the upcoming primary.
The company famous for stomach-flattening garments has branched into jeans — with negligible results.
The secretary of state is discovering that leading the world is harder than it looks.
Rushing toward a truce could do more harm than good.
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A vulnerable trust amidst conflict
Republicans rally to fire Harry Reid
Anti-Obama 'care'nival comes to town
What if Wall and Beal make Team USA?
This American city really likes wine
Take a hike: South Korea's latest craze
That time President Richard Nixon discussed panda sex
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Fmr. Virginia gov. Robert McDonnell on trial
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David Nakamura and Ed O’Keefe
Proposal would give Obama administration much less emergency funding to confront problem.
POST EVERYTHING | The writer says he has an idea what The Post’s Jason Rezaian is enduring.
Amy Wolfe attempts to soothe the gaping wound her son’s death left using dance.
COLUMN | NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s insensitivity was on display before issuing Ray Rice’s suspension.
Nancy Simmons Starrs
Check with management companies on their policies and consider renting a single-family house.
Going Out Guide
The large, free concert had become a staple of the summer concert season since 2009.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | After “Sharknado” captivated pop culture with sharksnark, SyFy is trying again.
The group challenging the disposal plan contends that the institution is financially healthier than portrayed.
Former Procter & Gamble chief will take over an agency rocked by a recent scandal.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Dr. Gridlock collected stories - good and bad - from the Silver Line’s first commute.
Skeptics of publicly owned broadband say the federal government has no authority to intervene in states on behalf of cities. But the New Deal offers at least one precedent.
Facebook may be looking at privacy more as an opportunity than as an obstacle these days.
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