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Senate passes fast-track legislation for trade deal

Clinton e-mails on Benghazi
attacks released

The trove includes nearly 900 pages of e-mails from her private account during her time as a secretary of state about the Libya and Benghazi attacks.

New trial likely in death
of intern Chandra Levy

New trial likely in death <br>of intern Chandra Levy

Attorneys argue a key witness lied.

The Duggars face allegations against son Josh, at right. (Matt McClain/Post)

Now is no time to cancel the Duggars

CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | Rather than cut and run amid molestation accusations against the eldest son, TLC should double down on “19 Kids and Counting” as the family copes with a new reality.

Local News

Suspect in 4 D.C. killings might not have acted alone, police say

Suspect in 4 D.C. killings might not have acted alone, police say

Daron Dylon Wint was arrested after a manhunt and charged with murder in the quadruple homicide.

How a former Va. lawmaker made a bad situation even worse, in 1 picture

How a former Va. lawmaker made a bad situation even worse, in 1 picture

THE FIX | Joe Morrissey, 57, posed with his 19-year-old receptionist and their baby in period garb.

Fairfax approves $2.6B school budget with raises and later high school start

Fairfax approves $2.6B  school budget with raises and later high school start

Most school staff will get a 3.1 percent raise, bringing salaries closer to neighboring districts.

New World War I memorial will honor all — not just Gen. Pershing

New World War I memorial will honor all — not just Gen. Pershing

There is an international competition to redesign the Pennsylvania Avenue park as an official memorial.

D.C. taxi drivers sue the District over law legalizing ridesharing like Uber

D.C. taxi drivers sue the District over law legalizing ridesharing like Uber

The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court, said regulations for rideshare drivers are much less burdensome.

Hogan vetoes bill that would allow thousands of felons to vote

Hogan vetoes bill that would allow thousands of felons to vote

The Md. governor also rejected items allowing public pot smoking and marijuana paraphernalia.

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Six months on the trail with Shy Glizzy, D.C.’s latest budding rap star

Six months on the trail with Shy Glizzy, D.C.’s latest budding rap star

The 22-year-old says he’s just telling the truth about the pain of growing up in Southeast Washington.

Woman under evaluation after being
found pushing dead son on a swing

Md. authorities do not know how the 3-year-old died, but witnesses saw them in the park the day before.

Does Pr. George’s get its money’s worth for schools? Answers are near.

Does Pr. George’s get its money’s worth for schools? Answers are near.

Four years after the effort began, the system could get its first performance audit in nearly 20 years.

D.C. sisters separated at birth finally get closure — on a VH1 reality show

D.C. sisters separated at birth finally get closure — on a VH1 reality show

The two had never taken a DNA test to confirm their blood relation -- until “Swab Stories” came calling.

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Islamic State claims responsibility
for deadly blast at Saudi mosque

Islamic State claims responsibility <br>for deadly blast at Saudi mosque

The bombing marks the first time the militant group has claimed an attack in the oil-rich kingdom.

Obama: Israel’s government should live up to the nation’s founding ideals

Obama: Israel’s government should live up to the nation’s founding ideals

The president told the congregation at a Washington synagogue that he has “high expectations” for Israelis.

The states that take from the poor
and give it back to the rich

The states that take from the poor <br>and give it back to the rich

WONKBLOG | Call it the American tradition of Robin Hood in Reverse.

Real Estate

WWII-era love story gives rise to Japanese-style home in Fairfax

WWII-era love story gives rise to Japanese-style home in Fairfax

HOUSE OF THE WEEK | To persuade his wife to move to the U.S., a man built a duplicate of their home in Japan.

Federal Government

You won’t believe what some federal agencies are paying for cell service

You won’t believe what some federal agencies are paying for cell service

The staggering array of plans suggests the government could be spending a lot smarter, the GAO finds.

National

Police shooting of two unarmed black men accused of stealing beer prompts protests

Police shooting of two unarmed black men accused of stealing beer prompts protests

“He was assaulting me with a skateboard,” an Olympia, Wash., police officer told a dispatcher.

Business

A billionaire explains what investors always get wrong

A billionaire explains what investors always get wrong

Investors need to stop worrying so much, says Ken Fisher, chief executive of Fisher Investments.

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