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Secret Service Director Julia Pierson testifies before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on concerns about the Secret Service following this month's White House breach.
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson promised a full review of all security policies at the White House in the wake of breakdowns that allowed a knife-wielding man to enter the executive mansion.
Carol D. Leonnig
Omar Gonzalez is said to have gone farther into the mansion than was previously known, overpowering a guard and running through the main floor.
Secret Service chief Julia Pierson prepares to testify. (Getty)
‘It will never happen again’
The city’s chief financial officer warned that the trend could force up to $70 million in budget cuts.
COLUMN | City streets would be less gridlocked if walkers stopped ignoring traffic signs.
Partisan, with wide charcuterie options and four menus, grabs the critic’s slot with 2.5 stars.
Fans go wild as Zimmermann celebrates no-hitter. (USA Today)
This is the good — and bad — that has turned Washington into the top team in the National League.
From a botched investigation to exploits with prostitutes, here’s a look at the agency’s top scandals.
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WONKBLOG | Where professionals want to live shapes the city for everyone else.
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Husain Abdullah, a devout Muslim, was penalized when he prayed after scoring a touchdown for the Chiefs.
WONKBLOG | Mainland China has been subsuming Hong Kong economically for years.
Katie Zezima and David Nakamura
Human rights issues hang over the president’s attempt to revive a flagging U.S.-Indian relationship.
His latest book completely ignores the general’s anti-Semitism.
O’Reilly calls Colbert ‘dumb’
Sandra G. Boodman
MEDICAL MYSTERIES | A new look at a longtime diagnosis finally helped solve her gastrointestinal woes.
Hong Kong protesters set Wednesday deadline
Former Secret Service director: 'Valuable lessons' to be learned from security breach
Pierson explains 2011 White House security breach
Indian Prime Minister Modi arrives in Washington
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Secret Service director: White House security is 'top priority'
Tremors put volcano victim search on hold
Chelsea Clinton heads home with new baby
Australian police crack down on terror suspects
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The Club for Growth strikes an effective balance.
The often overlooked link between prison and unemployment.
COLUMN | They made the pact when they came back for a 50-year reunion and saw their record stood firm.
NATIONALS JOURNAL | The Nationals have until 10 a.m. Friday to make their NLDS roster official.
Overall, sales in the region will slow for the remainder of the year.
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Sabra hummus has taken over a Georgetown storefront to create a pop-up restaurant.
FINE PRINT | Group with medieval, barbaric tactics has a sophisticated media strategy.
Authorities are calling the gruesome crime a case of workplace violence
CIVILITIES | Six out of 10 young Republicans now support same-sex marriage, according to a study.
WCO’s “I Capuleti e i Montecchi” presents some superb singing from Kate Lindsey and David Portillo.
Microsoft is expected to give the first official glimpse of Windows 9 in a press event Tuesday.
WONKBLOG | The rich participate in politics at two to three times the rate of average Americans.
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