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Debate on the attorney general nominee had been held up due to partisan bickering over an anti-trafficking bill. But Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said that her confirmation process could begin “in the next day or so.”
Facing their lowest enrollment numbers in years, schools are offering more practical courses to attract students worried about getting a job after graduation.
An assistant mixes essences in a perfume lab in France. (Reuters)
The explosion of specialized scents in household cleaners and body sprays has made the typical American smell cleaner, but it’s been terrible news for the perfume and cologne industry.
The civil suit in the 2013 death ends, but no decision has been made on charging the officer who shot Geer.
Peter Hermann and Lynh Bui
City officials pleaded for calm as they launched an investigation into what happened to Freddie Gray.
“It looked like something out of a car bomb scene in Iraq or Afghanistan,” the owner said after the blaze.
The new budget keeps the tax rate the same and limits raises for county employees in a tough economy.
Most area residents said that a personal net worth of $270,000 is enough to be “comfortable.”
In July 2014, The Post’s Tehran bureau chief was thrown into prison. He now faces espionage charges.
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In his new book, Patrick O’Connell shares lessons from his over-the-top and more ordinary occasions.
WEATHER GANG | As storms lit up the skies Monday night, several dramatic images were captured.
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Missouri Bishop Robert Finn had remained in office — a fact that horrified abuse survivors.
WONKBLOG | The state had hoped more generous tax policies would stimulate the economy. It didn’t.
The wine was “cheesy” at first but improved after getting some much-needed oxygen.
Conservative scholars are arguing homosexual unions will cause 900,000 abortions.
U.N.: Shipwreck death toll more than 800
Ousted president Morsi sentenced to 20 years
Baltimore police: ‘This is not Ferguson’
‘Traumatized’ survivors arrive from migrant ship
Deadly bacteria spurs widespread ice cream recall
Paris protesters: ‘Je suis migrant’
Video shows arrest of Freddie Gray
Tim Tebow signs with Philadelphia Eagles
Police say Baltimore man died from spine injury after arrest
Clinton: Economy has stalled out
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President Obama is seeking to build support for trade push despite opposition from his own party.
Our relationships change us -- even after they’re over.
COLUMN | At a Pr. George’s barbershop, there’s little surprise at flawed testimony from the FBI.
Washington is 6-1 on the road in the playoffs since last season and could be poised to seize control of the series with a Game 2 win Tuesday.
It’s important for the family to sit down and determine the needs of everyone and the desired flow of the house before calling a contractor.
Food & Drink
The temporary quarters in Silver Spring, formerly Piratz Tavern, retain the bar’s laid-back vibes and cheap drinks.
FEDERAL DIARY | The terrorist attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building also changed Washington.
The penalty phase got underway Tuesday, as prosecutors began arguing that the “unrepentant” bomber deserved a death sentence.
“The American People: Search for My Heart” is the latest from AIDS activist Larry Kramer.
United bans security researcher from flight. Does that make anyone safer?
WONKBLOG | Pregnant workers often fear employers will start viewing them as distracted or less competent. So they sometimes overcompensate.
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