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The settlement, which an official said is slated to be announced this week, comes more than six months after a scathing report in which the Justice Deptartment found Cleveland police engaged in a “pattern or practice” of unnecessary force.
Gen. Martin Dempsey, the outgoing chairman of the Joint Chiefs, has played a key role in forming the administration’s often-criticized approach of using military force sparingly against the militants.
Alex Dillmann, paralyzed in Afghanistan, and his wife. (Linsmire for The Post)
Twenty-three years ago, Congress barred VA from covering in vitro fertilization procedures, which are some veterans’ best hope for a biological child. Now, there is a new push to overturn the ban.
T. Rees Shapiro
Hannah Graham’s death, a Rolling Stone article and police treatment of a black student rocked the campus.
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More than two dozen people were shot over the long weekend. There have been 108 homicides this year.
Hundreds of thousands honored military veterans past and present in Washington commemorations.
The initiative would help buyers with down-payment assistance and a low-interest mortgage.
Terps overcame much to reach the final, but couldn’t defeat upstart Pioneers in championship loss.
The disaster-response dogs of the Fairfax Search and Rescue team balance training and relaxation.
Social video shows Americans relaxing and remembering fallen troops.
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Filling in for Fister, Roark transitions from his relief role to lead the team to its 20th win in 25 games.
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Officials, appalled at social-media racism aimed at 2014 co-champions, don’t want to see a repeat this week.
WONKBLOG | The chain is spending millions to retool its image as its once-dominant empire crumbles.
Cuba’s rebooted real estate market is proving to be a powerful engine for economic and social change.
The proposed merger, which is expected to be announced Tuesday, would create a rival to Comcast.
Days of historic rainfall spread flash floods across the southern Plains, sweeping away hundreds of homes.
For the party’s leader, the large field of contenders looks like a recipe for trouble.
Nebraska is poised to end capital punishment; other deep-red states should follow.
All at once, pop culture is filled with strong, smart, authentic female role models — who are just like us.
Comedian Anne Meara dies at 85
Social video shows Memorial Day across U.S.
Graves found near Malaysia-Thailand border
Texas storm damage shuts down daycare
Obama: Family of fallen 'represent best of who we are'
Mathematician John Nash killed in car crash
To mom of fallen soldier, Rolling Thunder ‘keeps him alive’
Siblings spent 3 months at sea, now alone in Indonesia
Actress Susan Sarandon visits quake-hit Nepal
Protesters arrested in forbidden night-time street march
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The relationship had been described as “strictly professional” when their travel together became an issue.
Are undergrads learning that the only way to have fun is when we’re drunk?
Yasmine Arrington’s ex-convict father is inspired by what she’s accomplished against the odds.
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.
Lawmaker says that veterans should be given the same options as those visiting non-Veterans Affairs facilities.
Steven Petrow explains that fashion choices are not the same as gender identity.
Tom Stoppard’s career-launching absurdist tragicomedy gets a witty, slacker-ish treatment at the Folger.
And it gives a huge boost for the FAA. Here’s why.
Zachary A. Goldfarb
WONKBLOG | Even if you’ve seen the movie, you don’t know the full story of John Nash.
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