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As the war in Afghanistan wanes, the troops deploying for a final tour are heading out with a different focus, finding they still have a long way to go.
Mike DeBonis and T. Rees Shapiro
The suspension — coming days after a Rolling Stone account of a gang rape in 2012 — will continue until the spring semester begins Jan. 9.
Turkeys feed in a suburban Virginia back yard. (Photo courtesy Bill Hankel)
Michael S. Rosenwald
They were nearly extinct a century ago, but now 7 million turkeys roam across the American landscape, sometimes unnerving unsuspecting suburbanites with their aggressive behavior.
Organizers of the local bid for the 2024 Summer Games are envisioning a walkable event.
WEATHER GANG | Substantial rain and/or snow could be possible if the storm develops into a nor’easter.
COLUMN | Librarians get this question frequently, but if you think it’s an easy one, you’d be wrong.
Arelis R. Hernández
The victim was attacked after the men followed her into an alley in Foggy Bottom, a university alert said.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The Falls Church house was enlarged, but its period details were preserved.
Not a creature was stirring, not even the House, as the 88-foot tree ended its 2,000 mile trip from Minnesota.
COLUMN | The co-founder of a comic collective went homeless when he first quit his day job.
The Post discusses what Washington needs to focus on to come out victorious against the 49ers.
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Is a box of donations for workers a kind gesture, or a sign the retailer's employees don't earn enough?
THE TAKE | Much groundwork has been laid for a 2016 campaign, but she’ll need a disciplined strategy.
COLUMN | Airlines face civil fines of up to $27,500 per passenger, but travelers don’t see any money.
Surveillance of a Pakistani official led to suspicions that a former ambassador had passed secrets.
Today’s shows are doing more than just showing some skin.
SHE THE PEOPLE | Her latest photo spread alludes to historically distorted images of black women.
Kerry says ‘big gaps’ remain in Iran nuclear talks
Tension in Ferguson ahead of grand jury decision
Buffalo residents digging out, helping out
Heavy snow blasts Washington state mountain passes
San Francisco window washer falls onto car
Pope leads prayer to end stigma of autism
Audience shows love for Cosby at comedy show
Several injured after explosion in London hotel
Portugal's ex-premier arrested in corruption probe
Kerry: ‘Big gaps’ remain in Iran nuclear talks
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WONKBLOG | There's no easy way to say this: You're eating too much of it. And it’s getting out of hand.
ANSWER SHEET | A teacher reminds parents just what issues that kid may be dealing with.
The average adult can put up to 60 pounds of pressure on the spine when bent at a 60-degree angle.
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A graphic designer created the doll to send a message to everyone that “reality can be beautiful.”
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GOVBEAT | In both instances, the Obama administration says it is making a practical choice.
Here’s why it’s the right move at the right time and why its detractors are all wrong.
My fifth annual ‘Turkeys of the Year’ recognize foolishness and ineptitude in the Washington region.
Redskins coach says he’s still in the business of winning games and won’t play young players simply to give them experience.
Going Out Guide
Fritz Hahn and Rhome Anderson
This week’s essential DJs, happy hours, dance nights and parties.
FEDERAL EYE | The request comes shortly after Republicans reveal that White House inflated the law’s enrollment statistics.
Peter Holley and Sarah Larimer
Authorities say May wounded three during the shooting at Strozier Library before he was killed in a shootout with police.
Ladies who master the art of “leaning in” may be putting their mental health at risk, a new study suggests.
COMIC RIFFS | As she soars into deep space, Captain Marvel is redrawing the limits of girl power.
As entertainment, big business and a creative discipline, video games have become a success story.
WONKBLOG | We don’t realize how much money we're wasting by using that terrifying device incorrectly.
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