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Chinese hackers penetrated the database of the Office of Personnel Management, according to a report. The Department of Homeland Security said it had not found any loss of “personally identifiable information.”
Katie Zezima and David Nakamura
After meeting with Gov. Rick Perry, the president said he was “not interested in photo ops.”
HBO landed 19 nominations with 'Game of Thrones.' (HBO)
HBO’s “Game of Thrones” landed the most nominations with 19, followed by FX’s “Fargo,” which picked up 18 nominations.
Lawmakers and aides who work in that part of the building were told to stay away “until further notice.”
Frances Stead Sellers
Pronunciation differs along with the use of words such as “bama” (unkempt) and “cised” (excited).
Julie Zauzmer and Lori Aratani
A man says he and his colleagues wound up in a high-speed attempt to avoid a taxi inspector.
Ashley Halsey III
COLUMN | More than 1.2 million people die in traffic accidents each year, 93% from “driver error.”
Aaron C. Davis and Robert Samuels
Officials say they’ll hit 200 by Friday, but lawmakers fear a repeat of last winter’s housing crisis.
Ramos, Desmond and Werth homer as Washington supercharges its offense in a win over the Orioles.
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Booking photo of Alix Catherine Tichelman (AP)
“Selling my soul would be a lot easier if i could find it,” she wrote on Twitter in July 2012.
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WEATHER GANG | We should avoid no more than isolated storms until Sunday if we’re lucky.
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William Booth and Ruth Eglash
Hamas and other militant factions also continued firing rockets at Israeli population centers.
The FDA reviews limits on data distributed by drug firms, confronting issues of free speech.
The SEAL-turned-author said he punched a celebrity — the former wrestler — while mourning a death.
A New York activist’s in-store “pro choice” display gets widespread Internet attention, if not results.
After 120 minutes of scoreless soccer, the semifinal comes down to penalty kicks.
This humanitarian crisis was caused by his adherence to a 2008 law.
The U.S. needs to help restore trust between Israelis and Palestinians.
Roberto A. Ferdman
WONKBLOG | There’s a strong link between spirits drinkers like and the ones they see in magazines.
What I want my daughters to know about poverty
Things to do in Denver when you're prez
How do you pronounce ‘water’?
President Obama's Texas trip (for fundraisers) overshadowed by border crisis
Social video captures Typhoon Neoguri lashing Japan's Okinawa
Saying good-bye to Crumbs: Is the cupcake fad ending?
Welcome to Cleveland, 2016 Republican National Convention!
Making ice cream in 60 seconds
Brazil vs. Germany: World Cup semifinal preview
The 'soft science' behind solving a cold case
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The effort comes a week after the Supreme Court ruled that private companies may seek exemptions.
POST EVERYTHING | What we’re actually saying is: “She was upset, and I didn’t want her to be.”
COLUMN | How do they do it? Blind golfers play better than I do and use their skill to raise money, awareness for charity.
A look at the most expensive listings in the Washington area.
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Eight ways to celebrate France’s independence, from 18th-century courtiers to goofy relay races.
GWAR has celebrated tastelessness for decades. Now the band’s members plan to open a restaurant.
“Great Britain” tells us the obvious, at great length, in satirizing Britain’s fact-challenged tabloid papers.
FEDERAL EYE | FEDERAL EYE | Budget cuts and growing fiscal pressures are behind the shrinking workforce.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Sports columnist Tom Boswell discussed the Nationals, and the latest in national and international sports.
The lawmaker warns that letting it buy DirecTV could give AT&T gatekeeper power over the mobile Web.
Ylan Q. Mui
The central bank is reaching a consensus on its exit from unconventional policies.
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