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Over three years, federal workers cost taxpayers $775 million in salary while on extended paid leave of at least a month — waiting to be cleared or punished for misbehavior, records show.
The bloody consequences of the attempted uprising point to the challenge of persuading people under militant rule to join the battle against the jihadists.
Poor supervisors are tied to a bigger heart attack risk. (D. Murray for The Post)
Besides causing employees to dread work, a bad boss — someone who is inept, hypercritical or a blame-thrower — can have a negative effect on others' physical and mental well-being.
Justin Jouvenal and T. Rees Shapiro
Matthew is also suspected in the September disappearance of U-Va. student Hannah Graham.
Converts alleged non-sexual misconduct while he led a “protocol and standards” group.
Raises are still modest in D.C., and the region is adding fewer jobs than most other regions.
COLUMN | Washington needs its quarterback to be healthy more than it needs a short-term gain from him.
COLUMN | Despite herself, a mother is uncomfortable with her sons’ desire for Hot Wheels orange nails.
A CDC officer demonstrates how health-care workers can protect themselves from the deadly virus.
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The transit agency hopes to ease crowding by doing away with six-car service during the busiest times.
As property values rise and poor renters’ housing vouchers do not, landlords are confronting a crisis.
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Sweden’s search has alarmed a region where Russia has been accused of border violations.
FACT CHECKER | The Kentucky senator says White House has not been accurate about the disease.
Abby Phillip and Fred Barbash
Darren Deon Vann, 43, met at least two victims through a prostitution scheme in Indiana, police say.
The institute’s critics can justify continuing to squeeze its spending.
Why Dems are caving on Ebola
WONKBLOG | For decades, the city has been pursuing a set of values that the rest of us are now into.
LIVE TUESDAY, 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.| Vice President Biden, mayors and innovators from Google, Tesla, Ford, Uber, Lyft, Waze, Siemens discuss ways to fix your commute.
Syrians flee Kobane for Turkey
Fauci: Revised Ebola protocols to focus on training
Nigeria declared Ebola-free
Indiana man suspected in 7 murders
IBM shares tumble as quarterly results disappoint
Obama votes early in Chicago
Casinos compete to expand in Upstate N.Y.
Wild World Series: Perfect Royals vs. tested Giants
43 on Ebola watch list leave isolation
Jokowi takes over Indonesian presidency
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THE FIX | Looking at the politics and logistics of an Ebola-related flight ban.
I’m Gamergate’s latest victim.
COLUMN | COLUMN | Despite herself, a mother is uncomfortable with her sons’ desire for Hot Wheels orange nails.
Based on Twitter mentions, fans also are starting to turn on Coach Jay Gruden, whose fortunes seem to be tied to Cousins.
Also new Capitol Hill condos selling quickly.
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GOING OUT GUIDE | Start carving pumpkins for Halloween or see a screening of “Women in Comedy.”
FEDERAL EYE | The whistleblower contractor raised concerns about safety with the development of a treatment plant for radioactive waste in Washington state.
THE SWITCH | The six-hour outage disconnected Washington state from emergency services.
Mark Twain Prize honoree Jay Leno holds his own in a house full of stand-up stars.
The choral piece centers on the fear and horror she suffered, not her spirited personality.
The flatter interface and better integration with iOS are getting good reviews. But there’s a potential privacy issue lurking.
Some consumers are changing their spending habits this holiday season.
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