Obama to seek GOP help in push for trade pact

The president is already facing fierce blowback from fellow Democrats, who are accusing him of abandoning past promises on trade and potentially undermining his domestic priority.

    Pakistani forces kill key figure in school massacre

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    Rep. John Lewis, center, helped lead marches in Alabama. (Nikki Kahn/Post)

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    O’Malley, in wait-and-see mode, eyes spring to assess shot against Clinton

    O’Malley, in wait-and-see mode, eyes spring to assess shot against Clinton

    Md. governor awaits his moment to challenge the presumed front-runner for the Democratic nomination.

    Metro is tightening its belt, but it’s still planning $1.3 billion in new projects

    Metro is tightening its belt, but it’s still planning $1.3 billion in new projects

    For next year, Metro plans new escalators, buses and canopies among its long-term capital projects.

    A Manassas assisted-living facility is deploying the arts against Alzheimer’s

    A Manassas assisted-living facility is deploying the arts against Alzheimer’s

    Researchers are trying to measure the effects of music, art and dance on age-related disabilities.

    Police identify man shot, killed
    by officers on Christmas Eve

    Police identify man shot, killed <br>by officers on Christmas Eve

    Raymond Robinson was one of two suspects shot by D.C. police before the holiday.

    Letter blames Theater J shake-up on director Ari Roth’s ‘insubordination’

    Letter blames Theater J shake-up on director Ari Roth’s ‘insubordination’

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    Twenty states and D.C. will raise
    their minimum wage on Jan. 1

    Twenty states and D.C. will raise <br>their minimum wage on Jan. 1

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    In Ferguson, motorist destroys Michael Brown street memorial

    In Ferguson, motorist destroys Michael Brown street memorial

    Mementos of a makeshift shrine where the teen was killed were run over and left strewn in the road.

    Meet the grinch who stole Christmas for gamers: The Lizard Squad

    Meet the grinch who stole Christmas for gamers: The Lizard Squad

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    The best songs of 2014

    The best songs of 2014

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    Real Estate

    Mortgage rates wander up slightly heading into holiday

    Mortgage rates wander up slightly heading into holiday

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