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Missy Ryan and Erin Cunningham
After learning hard lessons rebuilding foreign militaries over the past dozen years, the strategy is to train a vanguard element within the larger army to take the offensive against Islamic State militants.
Sometime next year, more fliers will travel through Reagan than Dulles — an airport 14 times its neighbor’s size.
Yamir, left, and Chelsea in front of the Managua cityscape. (TLC)
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More than 10,000 workers’ names, Social Security numbers and birth dates were compromised.
Police say alcohol was likely a factor. Two other occupants from the car refused medical treatment.
In Maryland, the income-tax checkoff that was used to build the fund was scrapped by lawmakers in 2010.
An Arlington County Board member refused to shake another’s hand last week, underlining the acrimony.
Food & Friends volunteers prepare meals for those with HIV, cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
Students at Drew Model Elementary School try out the hottest new toys this season.
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As residents cope with racial strife, the St. Louis suburb still finds much for which to be grateful.
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“I was never told ‘No,’” a former lineman said of the drugs. “I could get ’em from whomever.”
Local officials have dehumanized its citizens.
More than a year later, the department needs to stop stonewalling.
For Ukrainians and other minority groups, a stifling change after years of easygoing cosmopolitanism.
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President Obama’s action may inspire greater effort to prey on those seeking legal status.
The suburb’s name will forever evoke feelings. How will it adjust to its emblematic meaning?
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A postmodern novel in an experimental psychiatric community.
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Decision reflects cartel’s lessening clout and a shift away from long-held policy of defending prices.
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