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President Obama plans to announce that the U.S. military will take the lead in overseeing what has been a chaotic response to a historic Ebola outbreak.
The White House is preparing to introduce steps to phase out production of a coolant used in refrigerators and air conditioners.
For America’s poor, the security of public benefits can outweigh the risks of a job.
Navy Yard One year later
The USS America off the coast of Brazil in August. (Ricky Carioti/Post)
Aaron C. Davis
The continuing journey to get the USS America, a $2.8 billion ship, ready for commissioning remains harder without its top designer.
Victoria St. Martin and Lynh Bui
Pr. George’s police captured Davon A. Wallace, for whom the FBI had offered a $45,000 reward, in D.C.
At least 1,000 homes and 3 military bases in D.C. will be threatened as sea levels rise, a report has found.
In Atlanta, the Nationals topped their rivals the Braves again to drop the magic number to two.
Change the Mascot says Dan Snyder is “guilty of conduct detrimental” to the entire league.
The owner of the Hounds says it’s not over in Ashburn, but offices are closed and lawsuits are flying.
Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) called the whole exercise a waste of time and then left after only 30 minutes.
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Islamic State handout photo. (AP)
The slick “Dabiq” magazine is filled with grisly images and promises of more to come.
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Army Gen. Martin Dempsey raised possibility that U.S. advisers in Iraq could go on combat missions.
Michael Birnbaum and William Branigin
The Ukrainian parliament unanimously approved a pact with the E.U. over Russia’s objections.
The network pulled the singer’s song during the controversy over the Ray Rice domestic abuse case.
Life’s milestones are becoming harder for young adults to grasp.
CIVILITIES | Keeping your children at the forefront is a good idea as you choose your answer.
Rising sea levels place D.C. at risk
Miss America dips toe into future as reign begins
USS America: Where Navy Yard shooting victim's legacy lives
Players have a ball with bubble soccer
Hillary Clinton at Harkin Steak Fry: 'I'm baaaaack!'
The aerial dance of photographing fighter jets
Parties You Missed: Princess Di's former chief of staff gets warm DMV welcome
A brief history of controversial Urban Outfitters products
As Ebola death toll rises, Liberians find solace through faith
Not just new glasses: Meet Rick Perry 2.0
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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 | The number of women in jail is soaring, and many inmates have suffered abuse.
Experts at conference cite tougher lending standards and student debt as main factors keeping young people out of the market.
Going Out Guide
The yearly festival is becoming more Portlandia than Petworth.
FEDERAL EYE | The field office, the second-largest in the FBI, manages the Syria portfolio.
Data-gathering has helped kids learn more, Oregon’s schools chief says.
How did the performers and the new judge fare on the first night of Season 19?
South Africa’s Isango Ensemble (making its U.S. debut) beautifully remolds the Western work.
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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