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For Republicans, the debate over the president’s moves on immigration is not only a fight with the White House, but a test of whether they can contain unhelpful passions among their members.
David Nakamura, Robert Costa and David A. Fahrenthold
The protections would affect some parents whose children are already U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents.
Immigrants at a news conference for N.J. families facing deportation. (Getty)
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Severe corrosion has damaged the valves used to shut off water in emergencies, WSSC says.
D.C. SPORTS BOG | Even the team’s Minister of Happiness has his breaking point.
The proposal for the $155 million project still has to pass the full Board of Regents on Dec. 12.
Prince George’s police released surveillance video they believe shows Hollis Johnson holding open a door for a stranger who then fatally shot him.
Washington 2024 board members look at a proposed site. (Post)
What started as a pipe dream is a serious 2024 bid, with some of D.C.’s big names asking, “Why not us?”
Capital Weather Gang’s Angela Fritz explains how lake effect snow happens and who will be hardest hit.
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The National’s agent has already suggested that he wants a 12-year contract. Could that happen?
Hairballs and lattes don’t mix, so it will likely end up being more like a cafe next to a room full of felines.
Football fans created a browser extension that replaces the team’s controversial name with other words.
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Peter Holley and Sarah Larimer
Myron May, who was killed in a shootout with police, was described as “the kindest, sweetest person.”
WEATHER GANG | More snow could bring Buffalo’s four-day total to 8 feet by the time it’s over.
WONKBLOG | The New York Times columnist’s new series talks to whites about race in America.
Paul Ryan vows to bring back questionably accurate “dynamic scoring.”
THE FIX | She has said she is not running for president. But just for the sake of argument, let’s say she did.
Israel to demolish homes of synagogue attackers
Supreme Court gives go ahead for same-sex marriage in S.C.
AAA estimates 46.3 million will travel this Thanksgiving
Spain’s eccentric Duchess of Alba dies
New York remains buried in snow
McConnell: ‘Congress will act’ against Obama on immigration
Senators push national recall of Takata air bags
Director Mike Nichols dies at 83
Three Thai students detained for ‘Hunger Games’ protest
Witness describes ‘scary’ FSU shooting
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President Obama’s actions underscore issues about applications for admissions and financial aid.
Daniel W. Drezner
The CIA is thinking about reorganizing itself. Does this affect anyone outside of Katherine Heigl?
Jonetta Rose Barras
But the mayor-elect’s transition team is just marching in place.
REDSKINS BLOG | The Redskins defense this week on Sunday will receive a tough challenge in San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who has the ability to hurt them both running and passing.
The 30-year fixed-rate average drops to 3.99 percent, falling below 4 percent for the first time in three weeks.
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Fritz Hahn and Rhome Anderson
This week’s essential DJs, happy hours, dance nights and parties.
FEDERAL EYE | Rep. Stephen Lynch said Congress may need to consider legislation that would force agencies to notify employees immediately when their information is compromised.
GOVBEAT | The ban would have been the first of its kind in the country.
Museum of African Art is currently showcasing pieces borrowed from the actor’s private collection.
A play with a lengthy title and a running time to match is staged with precision by Theater J.
When it comes to typical laws/ethics/standards of human behavior, tech start-ups and their luminaries seem to think they’re above the rules.
WONKBLOG | Six of the 10 states with the highest debt loads are located in the Northeast.
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