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U.S. military leaders said the aerial bombardment will become more difficult as militants seek refuge in populated areas.
In addition to a campaign against the Islamic State, the U.S. also hit a little-known but well-resourced al-Qaeda cell.
MAP | Eight of the strikes targeted the Khorasan group.
Residents inspect buildings reportedly hit by airstrikes. (Reuters)
Residents and visitors may have concealed weapons in public if they are able to secure a permit.
Forums will allow potential neighbors to weigh in on the impact of 11,000 employees in a new location.
Bell at L'Enfant Plaza Metro in 2007. (M. Williamson/Post)
If you missed the violinist’s 2007 performance amid the rush-hour commute, you’ll get another shot.
As the war against the Islamic State expands, here's what Post reporters have to say about what it means.
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Sarah Manchester is back at her Montgomery County school after her win on “Wheel of Fortune.”
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Over 40 years, the region’s largest immigrant community — 300,000 Salvadorans — has evolved.
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After months of speculation, HBO finally confirmed details about its hit crime noir drama.
The 33-year-old athlete faces up to six months in jail if convicted of two counts of domestic violence assault.
Speaking at a Clinton event, the president offered to give Chelsea a ride if she went into labor.
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A photographer transformed the actor into re-creations of more than 30 iconic images.
Obama: U.S. will 'do what's necessary'
CDC: Ebola cases could reach 1.4 million by Jan.
DiCaprio addresses U.N. on climate change
Obama: 'Climate is changing faster than our efforts to address it'
Pentagon's video of overnight strikes against Islamic State
In Damascus, mixed views on U.S. airstrikes
Pentagon: Strikes on Syria 'only the beginning'
In 5 days, 150,000 Syrian refugees reach Turkey
Rubble, wreckage in aftermath of airstrikes in Syria
Navy launches Tomahawk cruise missiles
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President, speaking at UN climate summit, reiterates pledge to seek global pact cutting carbon pollution.
You can’t blame them for tax inversion, and they’re not “unpatriotic.“
COLUMN | How about the Secret Service starts by doing what most folks do? Lock. The. Doors.
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Like good architecture, a good streetscape should aspire to achieve aesthetic as well as practical goals.
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The annual late-night arts festival spreads across the city.
FINE PRINT | In the fight against the Islamic State, slogans are not as key as strategy.
Inside the fall of a once-glittering casino and a troubled seaside gambling paradise.
After a troubled summer for the Metropolitan Opera, the season opener returns the focus to the stage.
State and local police are required to keep quiet about the capabilities of a controversial type of surveillance gear.
Pabst Brewing’s purchase by an overseas beverage giant has extended the global identity crisis for formerly all-American beers.
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