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A record amount of independent spending in this year’s congressional races is fueling a deeply negative political atmosphere as attack ads overwhelm candidates’ messages.
The brazen attempt to kidnap a Syrian rebel leader in broad daylight raised troubling questions about the Islamic State’s growing reach.
Justin Moyer and Lindsey Bever
A report analyzing a Michael Brown autopsy suggests the teenager may not have had his hands raised during a confrontation with a police officer.
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Ben Bradlee in his office in 1995. (Bill O'Leary/The Post)
His zest for journalism — and life — made him the most celebrated editor of his era. He directed The Post’s coverage of Watergate, which resulted in the resignation of a U.S. president.
Robert G. Kaiser
The Apple Financial Services adviser preyed on the elderly and widowed, pilfering their savings.
WEATHER GANG | Temperatures will struggle to reach the low 60s and winds could gust up to 35 mph.
FACT CHECKER | Sen. Mark Warner attacked his GOP challenger with such charges in a new ad.
Police searched Barry Freundel’s office at Towson University, where he began teaching in 1989.
The mayor's remarks come after elections officials tried to play the error off as an intentional gimmick.
Jerry Markon and Tim Carman
The U.S. Appeals Court in D.C. said the “churrasqueiros” are so specialized their skills are unique.
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“Virtual autopsy” suggests he was unable to stand unaided, much less drive a chariot.
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The ex-CIA director let his publisher begin editing before he had agency approval, former officials said.
Among the GOP 2016 hopefuls, Walker is the lone contender who faces a critical test this year.
Amy Argetsinger and Emily Yahr
Face it: When it comes to cosmetic surgery, high-profile women are damned if they do or if they don’t.
The longtime editor built the modern Post through one key conviction.
Ben Bradlee: 'I'm not afraid of dying'
Wyoming recognizes same-sex marriage
Giants take 1-0 World Series lead over Royals
How the CDC trains workers to combat Ebola
In the West Bank, broken olive branches
Gen. Dempsey delivers update on U.S. military action in West Africa
Man tells Obama: 'Don't touch my girlfriend'
Pentagon addresses video claiming U.S. accidentally delivered weapons to Islamic State
American Jeffrey Fowle released from North Korea
Massive air bag recall affects millions of cars
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Katie Zezima and Sean Sullivan
President Obama has raised a lot of campaign cash for Democrats, but can he help them on the trail?
Frederick M. Hess and Max Eden
Hopefuls for the governor’s mansion and the Senate are weirdly silent on education.
The Russian’s minutes have fluctuated on the fourth line, but Trotz says the center is here for the long haul.
Ilyce R. Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin
The number of rental units in a building can affect a buyer’s loan.
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The James Beard Award winner teams with his former Palena pastry chef to prepare weekly family-style meals.
FEDERAL EYE | Frequent use of putting federal employees on paid leave to discipline those accused of breaking the rules has assumed the top spot in a new survey of “wasteful” government practices.
So long, Walter White. The “Breaking Bad” character’s stint on Toys R Us shelves is officially over.
Watergate may be his lasting legacy, but Ben Bradlee’s sense of Style brought a new sensibility to features.
Author David Nicholls paints a picture of a summer holiday sprinkled with as much humor as tragedy.
For Apple and others, more streaming could mean a media landscape in which more producers think outside the cable box.
COLUMN | Advice may be cheap but making mistakes in money matters is not, especially on these topics.
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