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EXCLUSIVE | More than 300 wealthy donors — most favoring GOP candidates — have already exceeded the previous $123,200 cap on total contributions.
Andrea Peterson, Emily Yahr and Joby Warrick
As racy photos of Hollywood stars circulate online, security experts ask how hack-proof “cloud” sites truly are.
French soldiers with a Harfang drone in Niger. (AFP/Getty)
The expansion highlights growing U.S. counterterrorism coordination with France to track militants in destabilized Africa.
Their professed discord contradicts the tight-knit family image the ex-Va. governor projected in office.
Paul Schwartzman and Susan Svrluga
Friends and parents gather at the site of the accident that killed Shawn Gangloff and hurt two other teens.
Many officers nearing retirement age joined 25 years ago; younger officers are leaving for other cities.
T. Rees Shapiro
As nearly 400,000 Va. students start school in the region Tuesday, Fairfax focuses on “portrait of a graduate.”
The Nationals hit four more home runs as their power surge continued in a 6-4 win against Los Angeles.
Comfort food is served with a taste of the “old” Bethesda at the 24-hour eatery that opened in 1935.
The Post's Anna Fifield captures a glimpse of the bumpy road between Mount Myohyang and Pyongyang.
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“You have to earn your spot every day,” the coach said of his philosophy in choosing players.
COLUMN | State lawmakers are silent when it comes to unregulated day cares, putting kids in danger.
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The premier clung to power as assaults raised concern that the nation’s government could collapse.
It is unclear whether the operation against the militant group succeeded, Pentagon officials said.
Troops dispatched by Gov. Rick Perry are just the latest force in an increasingly fortified zone.
The blue light from electronics can keep people awake and disrupt sleep — especially for teens.
Marc A. Thiessen
Please don’t give him another shot to blow it.
The lessons of the outbreak suggest an international effort is needed.
Abigail Hauslohner and Erin Cunningham
The arrival of Shiite-dominated militias raised fears that Sunnis could be targeted in revenge killings.
Rebels show desire for deal with Ukraine
Iraq forces fight Islamic State militants
Amid Ebola fears, Guinean airport screens flyers for fever
Protests rage on in Pakistan
Five killed in small plane crash near Denver
Suicide bomb kills dozens in western Iraq
New fissure eruption at Iceland volcano
U.S. airstrikes target Islamic State in Iraq
McCain: Obama ‘in denial or overwhelmed’ by Islamic State
African, Somali troops retake town from Islamist rebels
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Despite shrinking influence, labor unions and their money will be key to Democratic prospects this November.
Robert L. DuPont
Testing employees not only boosts corporate safety and productivity but also reduces substance abuse.
COLUMN | Opponents can’t find the tiny species in suburban Maryland, but they sued to protect it anyway.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | Belle Demeure, or Beautiful House, was inspired by Château de Chambord.
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GOING OUT GUIDE | Catch a science fiction film festival or rock at Sneaker Pimps.
During a Twitter explosion, Lena Dunham and Seth Rogen voice their support of the leak victims.
New releases from popular artists showcase everything fans might love or detractors detest about the groups.
GSA is experimenting with sensors to create a “Smart Buildings” strategy for federal buildings.
SHE THE PEOPLE | “Wouldn’t it be great if the activists who have those traditional feminist platforms took seriously the right to raise a child as they did their right to have birth control?“
More tech firms and fashion brands are working together to make devices consumers actually want to wear.
An economy on the mend means more customers, higher sales and more jobs — but also higher taxes.
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