Tribe: World ignored Islamic State bloodbath

The extremists’ massacre of 700 people after a failed revolt was met with international silence. Some complain that the U.S. continues to ignore them.

American detainee
released by North Korea

American detainee <br> released by North Korea

Jeffrey Fowle was arrested after he left a Bible at his hotel.

Can this superhero rescue Warner Bros.? (AP)

Superhero bubble destined to burst

STYLE BLOG | As Warner Bros. focuses on dethroning Marvel as the reigning box office champ, its plan to produce 10 DC Comic movies seems short-sighted.

    Local News

    Rabbi took students to bath where he allegedly hid camera, woman says

    Rabbi took students to bath where he allegedly hid camera, woman says

    A student at Towson, where Barry Freundel has taught since ’89, said he invited them to use the ritual bath.

    Metro plans more Veterans Day trains, but will close the Blue Line

    Metro plans more Veterans Day trains,  but will close the Blue Line

    Planning for huge crowds on the Mall for a concert, the agency will ramp up service on other lines.

    If Nats could only sign one, who would you pick: Zimmermann or Strasburg?

    If Nats could only sign one, who would you pick: Zimmermann or Strasburg?

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    D.C.’s skyline could be as iconic as N.Y.’s. The Height Act won’t allow it.

    D.C.’s skyline could be as iconic as N.Y.’s. The Height Act won’t allow it.

    OPINION | D.C. Council has the opportunity to open this city’s horizons, but it probably won’t.

    Are bubble soccer, aerial yoga and
    live rappers the future of gyms?

    Are bubble soccer, aerial yoga and <br>live rappers the future of gyms?

    A Gold’s Gym in Woodbridge is offering all that to compete with Soul Cycle and Cross Fit studios.

    Extended paid leaves cost taxpayers
    $775 million over a 3-year period

    Extended paid leaves cost taxpayers <br> $775 million over a 3-year period

    More than 57,000 federal workers were on leave for at least a month.

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    Conservatives hate the ‘lamestream media’ even more than you think

    Conservatives hate the ‘lamestream media’ even more than you think

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    World Series could rest on how
    2 formidable bullpens are used

    World Series could rest on how <br>2 formidable bullpens are used

    Royals manager Ned Yost and his Giants counterpart, Bruce Bochy, will have to maximize their assets.

    My husband has Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Can I afford to retire?

    My husband has Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Can I afford to retire?

    Financial experts weigh the couple’s pension, savings and health insurance against expenses.

    Local Columnists

    My sons love getting their toenails painted. Why should that wig me out?

    My sons love getting their toenails painted. Why should that wig me out?

    COLUMN | Despite herself, a mother is uncomfortable with her sons’ desire for Hot Wheels orange nails.

    Sports

    World Series will be a battle of the bullpens

    World Series will be a battle of the bullpens

    While position players and starting pitchers get all the glory and attention, both teams’ strength this season has been their bullpen.

    Real Estate

    How to save money on rent -- so you can buy a house

    How to save money on rent -- so you can buy a house

    October to February is an excellent time to negotiate good deals with a landlord.

    Federal Government

    Coexistence of aggressive interrogation and civil liberties

    Coexistence of aggressive interrogation and civil liberties

    FINE PRINT | Panetta argues that “enhanced” interrogations were fruitful, but so were techniques without duress.

    National

    U.S. influx of travelers from Ebola-stricken nations slows

    U.S. influx of travelers from Ebola-stricken nations slows

    Fewer than half as many people as once thought are flying to the U.S. from Ebola-stricken African nations.

    Lifestyle

    Dave Grohl follows his ‘Sonic Highways’ home to Washington, D.C.

    Dave Grohl follows his ‘Sonic Highways’ home to Washington, D.C.

    The Foo Fighters frontman discusses his new rockumentary series for HBO.

    Arts

    Controversial ‘Death of Klinghoffer’
    at the Met is laden with deep flaws

    Controversial ‘Death of Klinghoffer’ <br>at the Met is laden with deep flaws

    OPERA REVIEW | The show has been lambasted as anti-Semitic, but most of the drama is off stage.

    Business

    Microsoft CEO’s faith in the system pays off

    Microsoft CEO’s faith in the system pays off

    ON LEADERSHIP | Two weeks after Satya Nadella’s gaffe over women and raises, Microsoft discloses the chief executive’s $84 million pay package.

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