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The slowdown — driven by tougher security and trends in Latin America — changes the dynamic of the border-security debate, an emerging flash point in the 2016 campaign.
But none are thought likely to sever ties, at least for the time being.
Police look for the person who left the hate-filled leaflets on almost every driveway on five streets.
Buffeted by criticism over service problems and money troubles, the agency wants “world-class” help.
Aaron C. Davis and Abigail Hauslohner
A flurry of last-minute phone calls and texts helped to hash out an agreement after weeks of division.
During the trial, he tried to pin the crime on his girlfriend, but the jury did not believe him.
Helena Andrews and Emily Heil
Some children of Washington’s bluest-blood families are behaving badly at the genteel social institution.
Scherzer has been the National League’s most untouchable starting pitcher, Harper its most lethal hitter.
Though hopeful for relief from deportation, some make plans for the care of their U.S.-citizen children.
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Victim's cranium. (PLOS ONE)
The earliest evidence yet of “interpersonal violence” between humans.
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The bartender, chef and owner at Blue 44 in upper Northwest got a nice surprise from a regular patron.
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The first sample was shipped from Utah to an undisclosed facility in Maryland and discovered there.
It was unbelievable news. And reporters shouldn’t have believed it.
David A. Fahrenthold
Even the former N.Y. governor himself is joking about his flirtations with a presidential bid.
People with dementia who campaign for a cure face unusual challenges in the public arena.
THE FIX | Bruce Bartlett isn’t the first on the right to ding the network. But is he overstating its influence?
His foreign policy views are stunningly hypocritical and opportunistic.
Charges against top soccer officials mandate a shakeup of the sport’s governance.
ESSAY | At 30, one reporter regrets all those summers spent on book reports instead of sports.
How to play 'Charlie Charlie'
Do Republicans have a Duggar problem?
Why I like to S-P-E-L-L
Rick Santorum, in his own words
Jason Rezaian's brother: 'We know that Jason is innocent'
How the Duggars' cult of purity lets victims down
All the presidents' media: White House messaging through the years
Exchanging vows while battling ALS
What you need to know about the Brelo verdict
Real people try Michelle Obama's workout
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The loss of terrorism and spy tools would put national security at risk, the Obama administration argues.
Deborah L. Rhode
Lawyers are leading America’s push for equality. But they need to focus on their own profession.
COLUMN | These days, it appears that black people are being killed with impunity by other black people.
Sales are soaring as declining prices mean deals can be had and empty nesters flood into the market.
Food & Drink
More bakeries around Washington are selling this layered dessert with origins in France’s Brittany region.
IN THE LOOP | Casinos and adult clubs want federal employees to be able to use their government credit cards.
The controversial rule places smaller waterways under U.S. safeguards, setting up fight with states and Congress.
TV REVIEW | Duchovny shines in make-believe drama about a cop’s early run-in with the Manson Family.
Robert Roper’s new book focuses on Vladimir Nabokov’s time in the United States and how it influenced his work.
The problem appears to be in the way the iPhone displays non-Roman characters in certain notifications.
Money would fund overhaul of warehouse district of Northeast D.C. into neighborhood full of apartments and shops.
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