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The Islamic State militant who is seen apparently killing journalist Steven Sotloff denounced President Obama, saying, “I’m back, Obama, and I’m back because of your arrogant foreign policy.”
Lena H. Sun and and Brady Dennis
Health officials, including the head of the CDC, said Tuesday that the epidemic is accelerating and that the global response should “scale up to massive levels.”
Fred Ryan addresses The Post's newsroom Tuesday. (Linda Davidson / Post)
Karen Tumulty, Philip Rucker and Ben Terris
New publisher Frederick Ryan Jr. wants The Post to fulfill a “mandate to innovate.” But this former Reagan aide might have risen to the job in an old-fashioned way: through relationships.
Rosalind S. Helderman and Matt Zapotosky
In a victory for prosecutors, jurors were told to use a broader definition of “official act” in weighing charges.
T. Rees Shapiro and Michael Alison Chandler
The newest — and tallest — school in Fairfax County is a former office complex in Baileys Crossroads.
Considered hotbeds of bad behavior, some District alleys are now centers of communal whimsy.
The Dodgers’ ace wins 17th as Washington falls. His only blemish: Bryce Harper’s solo home run.
The longtime partner of John Geer and his family, frustrated by a lack of information, want “to get answers.”
If Republican Ed Gillespie falls short in his Virginia bid for U.S. Senate, other political prizes await.
Frederick J. Ryan Jr. is a former Reagan-era official who was part of Politico’s founding team.
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Peter Hermann and Aaron C. Davis
But communication lapses between agencies are cited in the report on the missing girl feared dead.
The poll also found that more than two-thirds do not think the name is disrepectful to Native Americans.
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The N.J. governor called Revel a “turning point” in 2012. Now it’s part of a casino implosion in the city.
The girl’s mother told police that the 9-year-old said after firing it that the gun had hurt her shoulder.
THE SWITCH | Hackers zeroed in on passwords and security questions in a targeted attack, Apple said.
Americans would worry less if the president worried more.
Kiev deserves support from NATO countries even if it’s not part of the alliance.
Greyhounds still racing in West Virginia
'This isn't happening to me'
Meet The Post's new publisher, Frederick J. Ryan Jr.
Redskins season preview, ZImmerman's tricky return for Nationals
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David Sedaris on his humbling plane ride | On Leadership
Dogs and cats get cozy in pet hotel
‘Everything she said was a lie’
Sierra Leone clinic treats Ebola survivors
Heartbeat of the city: Meridian Hill's drum circle
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From Ukraine to Iraq to Afghanistan, there’s a lot to discuss.
By 7, I was cooking for my family and taking care of my brothers and sisters.
COLUMN | State lawmakers are silent when it comes to unregulated day cares, putting kids in danger.
The Web has converted browsers into buyers.
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GOING OUT GUIDE | Catch a science fiction film festival or rock at Sneaker Pimps.
The niece of Don Graham led the newspaper into the digital age during a tumultuous time.
Huggable bundle, a real doll of just-right weight, has a large acting family helping him rack up theater credits.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
IN THE LOOP | You couldn’t blame the veep for keeping an eye on 2016. If, in fact, that’s what he’s doing.
New order comes in response to State Department request for more protection for facilities in Baghdad.
Are foreign multinationals being subject to government takedowns to clear way for domestic companies?
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