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The top U.S. military officer raised the possibility that troops could become involved in combat missions, despite the president’s pledges to the contrary.
THE FIX | The latest model is a huge change from a few months ago, when Republicans had a better than 80 percent chance of taking control.
Ashley Akdeniz and daughter Ela at the Auld Acquaintance Cairn. (AP)
What started with one stone laid at a Scottish border town has grown to a 9-foot-tall, 350-ton monument to unity, a rallying point for Britons and Scots who want to save their kingdom.
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Hannah Elizabeth Graham was last seen early Saturday morning after a social outing in Charlottesville.
Andrea Jaime was a sophomore in the school of nursing and health studies at the university.
More restaurants adopt the have-it-your-way model to let Type-A personalities take charge of orders.
In 2012, Washington clinched the title with loss to the Phillies. Tonight, a win against the Braves would do it.
As thousands of U.S. troops head to West Africa, here’s how other nations are addressing the crisis.
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Ian Shapira and Mark Maske
This comes as a coalition called on league owners to force Dan Snyder to change the name.
Livability.com must not have asked Sen. Gillibrand when it drew up its list of the best small cities to live in.
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COLUMN | The scandals engulfing the league can be traced to the arrogance of the commissioner.
Displaced residents elbow into a saturated market where prices have soared since the conflict.
The move means astronauts would essentially rent space on vehicles provided by Boeing and SpaceX.
A new Karl Rove ad blitz tries to change the subject.
Rubin: A reality check for Obama
Officials said Eric Matthew Frein, 31, has expressed a desire to “commit mass acts of murder.”
Obama: U.S. sending troops to West Africa
Alibaba: Amazon and Ebay’s newest competition
Rihanna criticizes CBS for pulling song from broadcast
Celebrities take sides in Scottish independence debate
After Adrian Peterson returns, Radisson drops Vikings
Braves break ground on new SunTrust Park
After backlash, Apple posts instructions to remove U2 album
Atlantic City loses Trump Plaza
Ebola crisis ‘unparalleled in modern times’
Thousands lay stones to unite the U.K.
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FACT CHECKER | Thom Tillis (R) is being hammered for $500 million in education cuts, but that number is being taken out of context.
They helped create the bagpipe-and-kilt myth, but they really love the crown.
COLUMN | Our 2-year-old cat’s not truly content unless she’s spayed, we’re told. But why possible personality changes?
DC SPORTS BOG | In 2012, Washington clinched the title with loss to the Phillies. Tonight, a win against the Braves would do it.
Experts at conference cite tougher lending standards and student debt as main factors keeping young people out of the market.
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The yearly festival is becoming more Portlandia than Petworth.
FEDERAL EYE | HUD is noticing a disturbing trend in mortgage lending: a bias against women on maternity leave.
Mark Berman and Kimberly Kindy
The decision regarding whether or not to indict Darren Wilson could come nearly five months after he shot and killed Michael Brown.
A commission will review a revised Frank Gehry design — one that the famed architect will not endorse.
The five-time Tony winner revives her New York-London turn in the Noël Coward comedy.
INNOVATIONS | Xeros uses a fraction of the water of a traditional washer, relying instead on beads.
People who aren’t careful when they make the change can face steep fees for missed payments, money transfers and overdrafts.
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