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Spencer S. Hsu
Federal prosecutors say that the man who ran through the White House’s unlocked front door Friday was keeping 800 rounds of ammunition, two hatchets and a machete in his car.
The military officers, who disappeared during a training program in Massachusetts, were detained while attempting to enter the country.
Hillary Rodham Clinton shakes hands with Seth Meyers. (Reuters)
Did we mention that the Clinton Global Initiative also boasted Seth Meyers and Matt Damon is going to talk about clean water?
T. Rees Shapiro
Jesse Matthew Jr. — who was seen with Hannah Graham — is sought on two counts of reckless driving.
Five Native Americans contend that team owner Dan Snyder cannot name them as “parties of interest.”
COLUMN | How about the Secret Service starts by doing what most folks do? Lock. The. Doors.
Decades ago, Armando Mejia fled El Salvador. Today, he owns four upscale bistros in the metro area.
Michael E. Ruane
Anna Coleman Ladd made exquisite metal masks to conceal the injuries of those with mutilated faces.
A trial was found unconstitutional after 40 years, so Emmogean Simpson had to testify again.
The Post's Hayley Tsukayama puts Apple’s newest phone to the test. Is the big screen worth it?
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Colby White and his wife, who worked for the system as an auditor, had been on administrative leave.
RELIABLE SOURCE | A former undersecretary to Hillary Clinton had both praise and criticism.
TRANSCRIPT | “Dr. Gridlock” takes your questions (and gripes) on traffic, transit and commuting.
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Viewers of KTVA learned all about the Alaska Cannabis Club. And then, they learned something else.
New rules make it harder for U.S. companies to bring back massive cash piles earned abroad.
Scientists say new findings cast doubt on claims of the discovery of the dawn of the universe.
Children with severe autism react differently to certain stimuli than those without autism, a study says.
Can Chris Christie, or anyone else, transform the party’s appeal in 2016?
The president must decide whether to act immediately to rescue a vulnerable population.
Calif. King fire threatens thousands of structures
Prosecutor: White House intruder had 800 rounds of ammunition in car
New White House barrier draws mixed reaction from tourists
Ravens owner: I hope Rice could be a great asset to us down the road
Obama signs America's Promise Summit Declaration
Hawthis tighten grip on Yemen's capital
Schools reopen in Nigeria after Ebola break
It's time for Oktoberfest 2014 in Munich
U.S. rejects Iran bid to link Islamic State fight to nuclear concessions
Obama: ‘Secret Service does a great job’
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David Nakamura and Anne Gearan
He has vowed that the U.S. will not act alone, but has struggled to win commitments from global allies.
Forcing people to use their legal names against their will is not only dangerous, it’s disrespectful.
COLUMN | Art historian Cynthia Mills explored D.C.’s renowned Adams Memorial and other memorials like it.
With DeAngelo Hall out for the season with a ruptured Achilles’ tendon, Washington will rely on rookie Bashaud Breeland to start opposite David Amerson.
Also resort estate for sale on Gibson Island.
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GOING OUT GUIDE | Tour exhibits at no cost on Museum Day Live or celebrate Banned Books Week.
Al Kamen, Colby Itkowitz and in the loop
IN THE LOOP | That White House security breach was bad, all right. But it’s not the worst of its kind we know of.
The infection rate among African American and Latina women in the South rivals sub-Saharan Africa.
Winfrey brought her life-improvement tour to Washington, and here's what happened.
Deborah Rutter, three weeks into the job, meets a flurry of new faces in a big kickoff weekend.
What tracking apps taught me about how I sleep.
WONKBLOG | Sales of previously-built homes fell in August from the previous month, and from a year ago, signaling yet another bump in the housing recovery.
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