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Abby Phillip, Amy Ellis Nutt and Mark Berman
State health officials said there were about “100 people” who may have had contact with a man being treated for Ebola in the Dallas area.
Carol D. Leonnig
Julia Pierson was tapped to put an end to business as usual at the Secret Service, but systemic problems persisted.
Hong Kong police stand guard as the standoff continues. (Getty)
William Wan, Ishaan Tharoor and Daniela Deane
Tensions rose as protesters threatened to block more government offices and authorities warned of retaliation.
Mary Pat Flaherty and T. Rees Shapiro
Jesse “LJ” Matthew Jr., who was not charged in those cases, left the schools shortly after each allegation.
The court also passed on cases in four other states where bans have been struck down.
ANALYSIS | S.F.’s 32 postseason games since 2010 have built their confidence heading into the clash.
Ann E. Marimow
Urging clemency, he wants to undo the “unjust” term he was required to put on a low-level drug player.
WEATHER GANG | A cold front — and probably storms — are headed here as the Nats start the playoffs.
Which unsung hero from the Nationals roster is most likely to have a breakout performance in the playoffs?
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Little Serow, with Thai food that is not for the faint, earned 3.5 stars from the Post’s critic.
REVIEW | An artist’s stunning new public portrait work in soil and sand pushes the boundaries of art.
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WONKBLOG | The economy has gotten bigger, but much of the growth hasn’t reached the middle class.
Movie theater giants criticize the plan that could disrupt the business model that gives them first dibs.
POSTEVERYTHING | An activist points out the absurd stereotypes in “Homeland,” which returns Sunday.
Host Mika Brzezinski tries to toy with the idea that Julia Pierson didn’t get her job on the merits.
Death toll at 47 on Japanese volcano
Islamic State, Kurds clash near Syrian border
Erdogan: Turkey opposes Islamic State, Assad
Hawaii patient being evaluated for Ebola
Millions of Muslims converge for Hajj
Hong Kong solidarity protests spring up worldwide
Family concerned about Texas Ebola patient
Giants beat Pirates, will face Nationals
Dunn convicted of murder in loud music shooting
Kurdish forces recapture Sunni villages from Islamic State
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Sari Horwitz and Al Kamen
IN THE LOOP | Many names have been floated, but the list appears to be narrowing.
A wait-and-see approach to prescribing antibiotics could help solve the growing problem of killer “superbugs.“
COLUMN | For former fans of the hapless Senators, a winning team is a contradiction in terms.
NATIONALS JOURNAL | The right-handed starter will make his postseason debut on Friday and face off against Jake Peavy.
Deborah K. Dietsch
The 1893 Pierce School and other onetime school buildings are fertile ground for developers and architects.
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No tickets to the game? Find somewhere to watch with big screens and drink specials.
FEDERAL EYE | The administration is adding $270 million to programs aimed at keeping military veterans off the streets.
The justices have not determined whether to rule on cases from several states.
The spring 2015 collections raised important issues — from celebrity culture to women’s rights.
Apple needs to be on the fashion world’s good side to sell the world on wearables.
Government labor force, professional services firms continue to shrink, holding back the area’s recovery.
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