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Liz Sly and Karen DeYoung
Turkey announced it would allow Iraqi Kurds passage to Syria and the U.S. announced it had dropped weapons and aid to Kobane where Kurdish fighters have been battling the Islamic State.
Security issues tighten what is expected to be the most expensive Senate race in U.S. history as the GOP blasts President Obama’s handling of the crises.
Grimhojvej mosque is one of the most polarizing. (J. Grarup for The Post)
Anthony Faiola and Souad Mekhennet
Some progressives praise officials for providing counseling and jobs to militants returning home from fighting in Iraq and Syria.
T. Rees Shapiro and Ashley Halsey III
A body found Saturday is thought to be 18-year-old Hannah Graham, who vanished on Sept. 13.
WEATHER GANG | This morning started very cold, but it’s headed for sunny highs in the 60s.
THE TAKEAWAY | Jay Gruden didn’t want to turn to the third-string quarterback, but he came through.
”Mindful commuting” practitioners swear it brings tranquility to crowded trains and traffic jams.
The seasoned GOP politico in Va. is trying to broaden her appeal as she campaigns for Congress.
Flu victims at an emergency hospital in Kansas in 1918. (AP)
Michael E. Ruane
Much larger and deadlier than the Ebola outbreak, the 1918-19 pandemic killed millions worldwide.
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Placoderm love. (Artists rendering/University of Flinders)
New study finds primitive genitalia on 385-million-year-old armored fish fossil.
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As property values rise and poor renters’ housing vouchers do not, landlords are confronting a crisis.
Muriel Bowser has a cautious, mediocre record. But David Catania can be combative.
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FACT CHECKER | The Kentucky senator says White House has not been accurate about the disease.
The rapidly rising number of federal investigations poses challenges for the Obama administration.
WONKBLOG | “Ratings creep”: The more violence and sex parents see, the more they accept it.
Mark Twain Prize honoree Jay Leno holds his own in a house full of stand-up stars.
Americans now have no patience for mistakes, even well-meaning ones.
Falling prices put pressure on Russia, Iran and Venezuela.
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Joel Achenbach and Brady Dennis
Science can help put the U.S. cases in perspective, getting past the anxiety associated with the disease.
Ebola is not as transmissible as an airborne virus like influenza. (Reuters)
On the hunt for ivory at JFK airport
Comedians attempt to impersonate Jay Leno
Suiting up to fight Ebola
The ever-expanding backlog | Breaking Points
Meet Ron Klain: The 'Ebola czar'
Haunting the neighbors — it's a family affair
Calming Ebola fears
Butternut squash 'noodle' salad, constructed | Plate Lab
How the Ebola virus spreads
What to know before you 'think pink'
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(David Zalubowski / AP)
(Dado Ruvic / Reuters)
FACT CHECKER | FACT CHECKER | The Kentucky senator says White House has not been accurate about the disease.
It’s fine to oppose the “war on drugs,” but let’s still be honest about the research.
COLUMN | Muriel Bowser has a cautious, mediocre record. But David Catania can be combative.
COLUMN | For a win-starved Redskins team, this victory mattered. But they still have plenty of issues to work through.
Also new Capitol Hill condos selling quickly.
Going Out Guide
The Going Out Guide recommends free or low-cost things to do this week.
IN THE LOOP | President Obama’s new Ebola “czar,” veteran Washington player Ron Klain, needs to do something fast.
Amy Ellis Nutt
A family of six that abided by the CDC’s recommended isolation is ready to return to work and school.
Michel du Cille
Photographer Michel du Cille on capturing life and death in Liberia.
Will Power’s play details the friendship of Muhammad Ali and Stepin Fetchit.
Andrea Peterson and Craig Timberg
Hacking is a less of a risk than using programs such as Oracle, where information can be exposed.
Construction giant Bechtel’s move from Frederick to Reston comes as corporate giant reorganizes.
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