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More than 1,000 fighters are streaming into Syria each month, a rate that has so far been unchanged by airstrikes against the Islamic State, U.S. officials say.
Tom Hamburger and Alexander Becker
The storied think tank’s funding from corporations, wealthy individuals and foreign entities has increased.
Valcarce with war hero Bernardo de Galvez's portrait. (Bill O'Leary/The Post)
Teresa Valcarce spearheaded an effort to see a portrait of a Spanish military leader who became a hero during the Revolutionary War hung in the Capitol.
In liberal Maryland, the Republican gubernatorial hopeful has run a surprisingly competitive campaign.
A new poll shows the Republican is gaining ground on the U.S. senator from Va. as Election Day nears.
A. Camden Walker
WEATHER GANG | Expect a cold weekend with the potential for some wind-whipped rain on Saturday.
A major rabbinical body announced the formation of a committee to review the conversion process.
COLUMN | Is it okay for poor kids to go trick-or-treating in safer, more affluent neighborhoods?
On the offensive Halloween costume scale, Ebola-related outfits have set social media ablaze.
Marcin Gortat hit 10 of 13 shots and grabbed 12 rebounds to bounce the Wizards back and over the Magic.
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Kaci Hickox's defiant bike ride. (AP)
She’s a symbol. But of what?
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GOING OUT GUIDE | Fights, overcrowding and repeated use of marijuana led to the club’s closure.
The Silver Line won’t arrive at Reston Town Center for years, but companies are flocking there.
If you don’t have a ton of time, these tasks should be your top priority before December.
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Volumes of documents, expected to be released publicly today, detail the threat and strategies for change.
Lindsey Bever and Abby Ohlheiser
Despite a massive manhunt, survivalist Eric Frein evaded being captured for more than six weeks.
THE FIX | The lesson: Make sure that the content surrounding your ad buy doesn't disagree with you.
Driven by Lone Star ambition, the attorney general's path to power may take him beyond his home state.
If healthful eating proponents have their way, fried-food-heavy kids' menus would be a thing of the past.
The answer seems to be ‘no’.
North Korea’s leaders must be held to account for human rights abuses.
WORLDVIEWS | Finland will finance your free education, but you’re on your own for living expenses.
How to spend $3.6 billion this midterm election
Football and food aim to bridge racial 'divide'
Manning, Brady matchup and more Week 9 games to watch
Paul Ryan: 2016 on his terms
The view from One World Trade Center
Friends and colleagues remember Ben Bradlee
Life cycle of candy corn
Behind the scenes with outside groups in N.C.
Recent unmanned launch failures
Haunting the neighbors — it's a family affair
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Q&A | The congressman doesn’t see any reason to jump in early, but says he’s not a House “lifer” either.
Kathryn Gin Lum
POST EVERYTHING | They’re just one manifestation of the impulse to save one’s self by “saving” others.
Built in 1905, Wirelawn has hosted parties for presidents, senators and other Washington elite and been home to an ambassador.
Going Out Guide
The second annual “Caravan of Stars” features Dum Dum Girls, together Pangea and more.
FEDERAL EYE | Federal employees must follow Hatch Act restrictions on their political activities, but there are still many things they can do.
The St. Louis County prosecutor also criticized leaks about officer Darren Wilson’s testimony before the jury.
A troubling combination of charm and darkness make his latest character relatable and disturbing.
At 83, the esteemed dancer and actress recalled her time with bold-face names in a refined solo show.
A security researcher is shocked to discover Apple was uploading copies of his files from his Mac.
Mega-investor C. Dean Metropoulos made billions reviving stale brands. Then his party-loving sons joined in.
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