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Pierson was grilled by lawmakers Tuesday. (Jahi Chikwendiu/Post)
Support for Julia Pierson rapidly declined on Capitol Hill just hours after a congressional hearing, during which she gave conflicting accounts of an incident in which a man ran into the White House.
Information about the infected man’s travel was not relayed to everyone treating him, and as a result he was allowed to leave the hospital while symptomatic. He was not isolated until two days later.
A Post reporter describes working in Liberia and the uncertainty of never knowing where the lethal virus might be.
Aaron C. Davis
The chairman of the Democratic Governors Association backed David Catania over Muriel Bowser.
Mary Pat Flaherty and T. Rees Shapiro
Jesse L. Matthew Jr., who was not charged in those cases, left the schools shortly after each allegation.
Dan Morse, Katherine Shaver and Julie Zauzmer
Officials at his workplace had told the man he was suspected of theft and that police would be contacted.
John Wagner and Scott Clement
Democrat Anthony Brown holds a narrow edge over Republican Larry Hogan in the traditionally blue state.
The winner will come to Washington to kick off the National League Division Series on Friday.
Here's how U.S. health officials plan to stop the virus as one case is confirmed in Texas.
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Signs point to an accident, but D.C. police seek a clearer picture of what happened in the friend’s NE home.
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Posts on Twitter suggest a member of the jury may have discussed the proceedings with a friend.
The move came in 2013 as the Pentagon dealt with a string of misconduct allegations.
George Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin in 2012 and was acquitted in Florida state court.
The ruling is a break for independent Greg Orman in his Senate race against Pat Roberts.
Host Mika Brzezinski tries to toy with the idea that Julia Pierson didn’t get her job on the merits.
Republicans’ refusal to confirm ambassadors helps no one, except those who wish the U.S. harm.
In D.C., Joshua Bell finally gets his ovation
Ebola in the U.S.: How it can spread and how it can be stopped
Fantasy Minute: Manning on the rise heading into week five
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Secret Service scandals, in 60 seconds
Beer man dreams of Beltway World Series
The Iraqi comedy on the Islamic State
Scenes from pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong
A quest to capture conflict, beauty in Congo
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Sari Horwitz and Al Kamen
IN THE LOOP | Many names have floated as candidates to replace outgoing attorney general Eric Holder, but the list seems to be narrowing.
Sometimes you’ve just got to help yourself.
COLUMN | COLUMN | For former fans of the hapless Senators, a winning team is a contradiction in terms.
Packers president: ‘The hope was the investigation would be completed’ in time for next week’s owners’ meetings.
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FEDERAL DIARY | The agency’s director was bombarded during a House committee hearing.
The Defense Department healthcare system performs well on the whole, but certain facilities do not, a review found.
TV REVIEW | To enjoy this mystery series redux, you have to pretend ‘Broadchurch’ never happened.
Apple needs to be on the fashion world’s good side to sell the world on wearables.
With volatility on the rise, investors should be ready to move quickly to safer ground if needed.
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