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A private security guard locked himself in the surveillance room, blocking access to D.C. police trying to track shooter Aaron Alexis, according to an internal report.
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Government facilities in Ga. improperly sent anthrax, botulism bacteria and deadly bird flu virus to other labs five times in the past decade, officials said.
DEBRIEF | Post reporters sorted through NSA-intercepted e-mails and photos, leading to legal and ethical dilemmas.
ANALYSIS | In leaving Miami, LeBron James is taking his family, two championship rings and a greater understanding that winning in some places will be more valuable than others.
The increase means Arlington and Fairfax can build the controversial system without federal funds.
Fragility in the higher education market leads rating agency to issue cautions on many colleges.
WEATHER GANG | Chilly weather is headed toward the eastern U.S., but it’s not from the polar vortex.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Advice for life based on the experiences of someone who has been there.
Here’s a look at soccer powers Argentina and Germany before they face off on Sunday.
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Pack a picnic to watch the World Cup finals on a big screen or catch an offbeat show at Capital Fringe.
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WONKBLOG | The ruling means that at least two of the state’s districts will need to be redrawn.
REVIEW | The sci-fi sequel works as both an action-adventure film and an allegory of human nature.
THE INTERSECT | People are outraged over the director's “slaughter” of the “majestic animal.”
The movement is diluting the real meaning of “conservative.”
Funeral held in Gaza for family of eight
LeBron James says he’s returning to Cavaliers
CDC reveals incident with bird flu, safety lapses
Mexican train with U.S.-bound migrants derails
Rockets fired from Lebanon hit Israel
Eight kids killed in China school bus crash
Obama responds to hecklers on immigration
World Cup final: Argentina vs. Germany
Denver issues first marriage license to gay couple
Baby hoped to have been cured of HIV relapses
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THE FIX | A problem that won’t go away any time soon.
Keeping talent in place.
COLUMN | Everyone in the city’s clash is right. And everyone is wrong. Can’t we all just get along?
Is the upside and youth found in Cleveland better than the proven roster Miami was able to offer with the Big Three intact?
The 1890s home called Glen Hurst was one of the original houses constructed by the Palisades of the Potomac Land Improvement Co.
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APPRECIATION | The co-founder of Ford Models turned modeling into a lucrative profession for women.
Bass-baritone Eric Owens explores new roles on and off the stage, teaching, advising and conducting.
FEDERAL EYE | SES members might not have known there was a question about the ability of their workforce to continue, but that’s an inference that can be drawn by the title of the hearing: “The Viability of the Senior Executive Service.“
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Hank Stuever discussed the Emmy nominations and what’s coming in the fall TV season.
Algenol says it holds the key to climate-friendly biofuels — and it’s under siege by the Chinese military.
Smartphone start-ups like Moven, Simple skip the tellers for a purely digital experience.
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