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William Booth and Hugh Naylor
The fighting marked one of the most serious flare-ups of violence in the area since a 50-day war in 2006.
As the attorney general nominee’s confirmation hearing begins, Sen. Grassley blasts Eric Holder.
The author declined prescription antidepressants. (D. Blanks for The Post)
ESSAY | The author cries at movies. He cries at funerals. He cries in public and refuses to hide his tears.
The edict “perpetuates the idea that women are inferior, sexual objects,” a petition opposing it says.
WEATHER GANG | Thursday afternoon or evening could bring snow, and Sunday could, too.
In testimony given days before she committed suicide, the Fairfax County woman said she was beaten, choked, raped and bound.
THE FIX | “The Daily Show” saw a valuable lesson to be learned.
Police said 66 people — 34 D.C. residents and 32 nonresidents — have applied since October.
School leaders were told they didn’t consider enough alternatives or publicly explain plans.
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Brandon Vandenburg, left, and Corey Batey. (AP)
The victim remembered nothing. But a player took pictures and sent them to friends.
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FANCY STATS | Sorry, fans, next year is not the year: ESPN just ranked Washington dead last.
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Hugh Naylor and Suzan Haidamous
An investigation into Saja al-Dulaimi shows how some women are taking bigger roles in militant groups.
THE FIX | In the culture warrior’s new book, he expresses “shock” that the fairer sex has a filthy mouth.
Centuries after the invention of the scientific method, researchers are recalibrating their requirements.
WORLDVIEWS | In that country, the simple act of not covering your head can be political, intentionally or not.
Republicans used her in 2008 and then tossed her aside.
Michelle Ye Hee Lee
FACT CHECKER | Santorum’s figures incited “wows” from crowd, but they do not tell the full story.
Super Bowl ads expected to be less racy
Libya assesses deadly hotel attack
‘Google Fiber’ headed to four southern cities
Spielberg helps commemorate Auschwitz victims
Seahawks’ Wilson: Super Bowl ‘means a lot more' this year
Pentagon: Bergdahl reports ‘patently false’
Fidel Castro breaks silence on U.S.-Cuba relations
Erdogan: Celebrations in Kobane may be premature
Judge opens inquiry into death of former Russian spy
Mormon church announces protections for gays
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Sean Sullivan and Anne Gearan
Despite the strategy’s failure in 2014, Democrats think the criticism could work in a presidential election year.
There’s good money in tweeting jokes you didn’t write.
COLUMN | The Disneyland measles outbreak is the result of discredited research linking vaccines to autism.
WIZARDS INSIDER | Wall was officially listed as questionable with a sore left Achilles’.
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The Chicago transplant promises 120 taps at its massive bar, which will be the “altar” of the American restaurant.
FEDERAL DIARY | Lawmakers unanimously vote to give disabled vets increased leave but are haunted by partisanship.
Michelle Boorstein and Abby Ohlheiser
Church leaders called for gay equality and religious freedom to be on equal moral footing.
It would be 40,000 square feet in the future “Olympicopolis” cultural center in the city’s Olympic Park.
An exhibit at the National Building Museum offers a glimpse into the ideology behind building design.
Apple’s flashy new timepiece is coming soon, and chief executive Tim Cook “can’t live without it.“
Michael A. Fletcher
WONKBLOG | Pension experts say these retirement plans could see big cuts
Amy Ellis Nutt
Charles H. Townes, 99, made a habit of changing jobs because he was always searching for new puzzles.
Eco-friendly hydrogen-fueled vehicles are a centerpiece of the week-long show.
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