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Sometime next year, more passengers will travel through Reagan National than Dulles — an airport 14 times National’s size. Airports officials worry that the shift could cause serious economic and safety problems for the area.
The Ukrainian Orthodox Church is under attack, the language has vanished from schools and Russian laws are taking hold. Ukrainians fear they’re next.
Yamir, left, and Chelsea in front of the Managua cityscape. (TLC)
TV REVIEW | Premarital test-drives by Americans and foreigners make for genuine reality viewing on TLC’s “90 Day Fiance.”
More than 10,000 workers’ names, Social Security numbers and birth dates were compromised.
In Maryland, the income-tax checkoff that was used to build the fund was scrapped by lawmakers in 2010.
An Arlington County Board member refused to shake another’s hand last week, underlining the acrimony.
Aaron Stienessen prepares turkeys. (K. Patterson/For The Post)
Food & Friends volunteers prepare meals for those with HIV, cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
Students at Drew Model Elementary School try out the hottest new toys this season.
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She started as an employee. On Saturday, she’ll be back in the boutique for a different reason.
MISFITS | A few ways to make sure that what you’re giving doesn’t cause someone to take offense.
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Millions of consumers are expected to take their turkey with a side of shopping today.
CHECKPOINT | Hagel made the calls after resigning as defense secretary four days earlier.
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WONKBLOG | For one, criminals likely find themselves with more options in crowded places.
As growing numbers of Americans have made Britain their home, Americana has become trendy.
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P.D. James 1920-2014
In her many books, P.D. James showed a gritty mastery of the crime genre and of human nature.
OUTLOOK | Thanksgiving honors age and the hard-earned wisdom that comes with it.
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Another night of unrest in Ferguson
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Michael Brown's mother expresses outrage on grand jury decision
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Remembering Marion Barry, D.C.'s political 'rock star'
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The old, fragmented approach to law enforcement doesn’t work.
COLUMN | “Chocolate City” has given way to the Two Washingtons and worsening disparities.
Five nights after an impressive victory over the Cavaliers, Washington is blown out by LeBron James and company in the rematch.
The 1794 home is one of the oldest residential buildings in Washington.
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The Christmas Village and a new pinball-centric game room are among the options.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
IN THE LOOP | Every year, the president makes a show of sparing a bird or two. But then what does the first family eat?
The suburb’s name will forever evoke feelings. How will it adjust to its emblematic meaning?
The same qualities required to succeed on reality TV: good genes and an excellent strut
A post-modern novel in an experimental psychiatric community.
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Decision reflects cartel’s lessening clout and a shift away from long-held policy of defending prices.
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