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Since June 1, commercial airlines, private pilots and air-traffic controllers have alerted the FAA about at least 25 episodes in which small drones came within a few seconds of crashing into much larger aircraft.
Tom Hamburger and John Sullivan
Police followed seemingly unusual forensic practices in the handling of evidence immediately after the shooting of Michael Brown, according to testimony.
Source: National Weather Service
WEATHER GANG, LIVE UPDATES | Inside the Beltway rain turned into snow and then back again, but it’s not over yet.
Is it time for the Redskins to move on? And what is the quarterback worth to other teams?
The itinerary, culminating at the convention center, will be fully detailed this afternoon.
FEDERAL DIARY | Insurance experts give tips for employees ahead of the Dec. 8 deadline.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | The Post’s restaurant critic weighs in on your questions, rants and raves.
Though the scope of violence was less on the second night, there was still tension and chaos.
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Fritz Hahn and Rhome Anderson
GOING OUT GUIDE | This is how you can spend tonight, Thursday and Friday out of the house.
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The 81-year-old Supreme Court justice will be hospitalized two days after having a stent implanted.
Once averse to uncorroborated claims, the news media has reshaped its approach — rapidly.
Philip Rucker and Matea Gold
She could stand out in the crowded GOP field, but a failed 2010 Senate bid and debts from it raise doubts.
The St. Louis County prosecutor made a joke of the grand jury proceedings.
Darren Wilson breaks his silence on ABC
Another night of unrest in Ferguson
Redskins to start Colt McCoy over RGIII
All eyes on oil - so will output change?
‘Birdman’ tops Spirit Award nominations
Ferguson protesters rally across U.S.
Customization is big trend for holiday’s hottest toys
Nor'easter dampens Thanksgiving holiday travel
Dozens arrested during Ferguson protests
Protesters march in D.C. against Ferguson decision
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FACT CHECKER | The former president says the U.S. and Mexico have about the same number of engineering graduates. That’s wrong.
Feminists should stop hating on Barbie.
COLUMN | “Chocolate City” has given way to the Two Washingtons and worsening disparities.
DC SPORTS BOG | Remembering Robert Griffin III’s rise and fall, in 10 quotes, more or less.
The 30-year fixed-rate average dips to 3.97 percent, remaining below 4 percent for the second week in a row.
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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?
Why many undocumented immigrants will have a hard time proving they’ve meet standards set up by Obama’s immigration measure.
In the insular contemporary art scene, the sociologist gains an insider’s access but has an outsider’s eye.
“Little Dancer” captures the evocative atmosphere first captured by painter Degas’s Impressionistic masterpiece.
Research from Glassdoor provides a detailed look at the gender pay gap in Silicon Valley.
Here’s when the big sales are slated to kick off.
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