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Pierson was grilled by lawmakers Tuesday. (Jahi Chikwendiu/Post)
Support for Julia Pierson rapidly declined on Capitol Hill just hours after a congressional hearing, during which she gave conflicting accounts of an incident in which a man ran into the White House.
Information about the infected man’s travel was not relayed to everyone treating him, and as a result he was allowed to leave the hospital while symptomatic. He was not isolated until two days later.
A Post reporter describes working in Liberia and the uncertainty of never knowing where the lethal virus might be.
Dan Morse and Katherine Shaver
A work dispute likely preceded the Potomac incidents where two were found dead around the same time.
Mary Pat Flaherty and T. Rees Shapiro
Jailed since his arrest on Sept. 24, Jesse Matthew was to make his first court appearance on Thursday.
John Wagner and Scott Clement
Democrat Anthony Brown holds only a narrow edge over Republican Larry Hogan in the traditionally blue state.
REVIEW | An artist’s stunning new public portrait work in soil and sand pushes the boundaries of art.
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Here's how U.S. health officials plan to stop the virus as one case is confirmed in Texas.
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The ruling is a break for independent Greg Orman in his Senate race against Pat Roberts.
Authorities hold back, hoping the protesters will lose steam, while the protesters threaten to escalate.
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Host Mika Brzezinski tries to toy with the idea that Julia Pierson didn’t get her job on the merits.
Obama hosts Netanyahu at the White House
White House responds to resignation of Secret Service director
Secret Service director resigns after security breaches
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At least 10 dead in Ukraine after playground shelling
Train collision in India kills at least 12
Court hears case of Colo. worker fired over pot
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Sebastian Payne and Robert Costa
There isn’t a leader in the 2016 GOP presidential race, but Ted Cruz is gaining support from conservatives.
Sometimes you’ve just got to help yourself.
COLUMN | They made the pact when they came back for a 50-year reunion and saw their record stood firm.
Packers president: ‘The hope was the investigation would be completed’ in time for next week’s owners’ meetings.
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FEDERAL DIARY | The agency’s director was bombarded during a House committee hearing.
The Defense Department healthcare system performs well on the whole, but certain facilities do not, a review found.
Daniel Boulud is the latest out-of-town sensation to set up shop in D.C., but star sightings are rare.
Apple needs to be on the fashion world’s good side to sell the world on wearables.
With volatility on the rise, investors should be ready to move quickly to safer ground if needed.
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