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DEBRIEF | His staff — promoting the stops on Twitter with #TheBearIsLoose — says the president is trying to connect with ordinary citizens, but critics fault the strategy as ill-timed and irresponsible.
The company that took down Blockbuster and transformed how people watch movies now eyes TV, but there’s one major threat to its long-term survival.
Moreno at the National Portrait Gallery. (Jahi Chikwendiu/The Post)
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | The “West Side Story” star talks Beyoncé, Brando and Hollywood racism. And at 82, she’s still got moves.
Manassas police wanted to compare the photos against ones he allegedly sent to his girlfriend, 15.
Md. and Va. have both wooed the government in hopes of attracting the FBI’s 11,000-strong workforce.
COLUMN | Everyone in the city’s clash is right. And everyone is wrong. Can’t we all just get along?
WEATHER GANG | Lows could fall to the 40s in the D.C. area while highs could be in the 50s in other states.
In a July 4 robbery, James Oh, 76, was hit in the head after handing over $3,000, D.C. police said.
The Post’s Emily Yahr explains this year’s expected Emmy nominees and dark horses.
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The team’s leading home run hitter leaves the game after his hand is hit with a pitch in the top of the eighth.
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The unusual action represents anger over reported spying cases.
General Dynamics didn’t bid after arguing the process was rigged. But that doesn’t mean it has bowed out.
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Physician says the news is a “punch to the gut” after hopes had been raised by the early treatment.
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APPRECIATION | The co-founder of Ford Models turned modeling into a lucrative profession for women.
Eliminate the Central American exception and enforce the law.
There’s nothing humanitarian about encouraging children to trek alone across Mexico.
Cleveland fans on LeBron James, then and now
Polar Vortex to make July comeback
4 takeaways from the Emmy Award nominations
What D.C.'s Wok and Roll has to do with the Civil War
From the Ground Up: The roaster
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Democrat to Obama: Visit the border
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What I want my daughters to know about poverty
From the Ground Up: The glass cube
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Obama used speeches this week to rattle off reforms that he said have helped turn the economy around.
Social media companies already screen for child porn. They should police material that drives ethnic conflict, too.
COLUMN | How do they do it? Blind golfers play better than I do and use their skill to raise money, awareness for charity.
Brazil and the Netherlands, like many World Cup teams before them, have different attitudes toward playing a game for third place.
Home sales fell again last month and have declined in all but one month since the government shutdown in October.
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This New York import’s “Yeeros” and salads will be ideal cheap eats for the lunchtime crowd.
No other writer has purchased a Thai sex slave, tried to fight with mujahideen rebels in Afghanistan.
Colby Itkowitz and Al Kamen
IN THE LOOP | Did the president decline to visit the border because the optics didn’t work politically?
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Food critic Tom Sietsema entertained dining questions, rants and raves.
If we had the chance to sell our own personal data, what would we sell it for?
Ace Cash Express agrees to a $10 million settlement over claims of abusive debt-collection practices.
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