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Scene of Daron Dylon Wint's arrest Thursday in D.C. (WUSA 9)
Investigators had tracked Daron Dylon Wint, the suspect in a quadruple homicide, from Maryland to N.Y. and back to Washington, where he was arrested Thursday, an official said.
The trove includes nearly 900 pages of e-mails from her private account during her time as a secretary of state about the Libya and Benghazi attacks, which have been turned over to a House panel.
WEATHER GANG | Much-warmer-than-normal waters in the central and eastern tropical Pacific Ocean could have a major impact on the weather worldwide.
DR. GRIDLOCK | This weekend features concerts, parades and the usual Metrorail schedule changes.
THE FIX | Joe Morrissey, 57, posed with his 19-year-old receptionist and their baby in period garb.
Abby Ohlheiser, Sarah Pulliam Bailey and Elahe Izadi
The “19 Kids” star left the Family Research Council after claims that he molested several underage girls.
A state senator said the board ran out of “actual problems” in wading into the Redskins name debate.
GOING OUT GUIDE | Chill with Jazz in the Garden, fill up on strawberries or watch the concert and parade.
Each week seems to bring bad news for Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign. The Post’s Chris Cillizza explains.
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Even longtime District residents aren’t always aware of how smart our city’s map really is
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Scientists report the glaciers of the Southern Antarctic Peninsula are now contributing to rising sea levels.
Ariana Eunjung Cha
Scientists have long known there are ties between the two. Is it a cause, effect or something else?
The fragile, 2,000-year-old fragment of the Dead Sea Scrolls will make a brief appearance in Jerusalem.
The country’s suspicion of a robust foreign policy shows how parochial it has become.
Ireland votes in historic gay marriage poll
Grand jury indicts six Baltimore officers in Gray case
Suspect at large in death of woman kept in box
Josh Duggar apologizes amid molestation allegations
Fidel Castro meets Serbian president
Boy Scouts president warns that ban on gay leaders is unsustainable
Former airline exec freed after jailing for ‘nut rage’
7,700 gallons of oil sopped up in third day of cleanup
Officer shoots two men accused of stealing beer
How DNA evidence led police to a homicide suspect
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FACT CHECKER | This factoid is based on serious data, but the more you dig, the less relevant it becomes.
Are undergrads learning that the only way to have fun is when we’re drunk?
Mary Morgan Kleiss still longs for the house she lost seven years ago. Now all she wants is a trailer.
COLUMN | NFL commissioner took a hard stance in DeflateGate — and in doing so, overstepped his bounds.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | To persuade his wife to move to the U.S., a man built a duplicate of their home in Japan.
Food & Drink
THE $20 DINER | Once the purview of small towns, top-tier smokehouse fare has finally come to the big city.
Ashley Halsey III
The 33rd funding extension lasts until July 31, leaving states in the lurch in the middle of construction season.
Wesley Lowery and Rhonda Colvin
But civic leaders are determined to make sure city’s economic upswing is not interrupted by riots.
“I’ll See You in My Dreams” is one of a very few films to feature a mature cast.
Seen as a continuum, the artist’s paintings reveal the depth of his talent and the refinement of his vision.
In order to avoid an Aereo-like legal situation, Apple will need to conduct extensive negotiations with broadcasters — and potentially delay its product.
WONKBLOG | Call it the American tradition of Robin Hood in Reverse.
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