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Scott Higham and Steven Rich
The inspector general’s office removed many critical findings and had increasingly become a defender of the agency under the acting inspector general, employees said.
Officials do not believe the units will be able to seize towns from the Islamic State without the help of U.S. combat troops, which President Obama has ruled out.
Two Israeli immigrants have opened a business in Berlin. (A. Faiola/Post)
Anthony Faiola and Ruth Eglash
The wave of newcomers from Israel is accelerating the rebirth of Jewish culture in the country that nearly extinguished it.
Jerry Markon and Julie Zauzmer
Officials said the man, identified as Dominic Adesanya, 23, was caught after being bitten by a guard dog.
WEATHER GANG | The sun will make only a few brief appearances as highs struggle to reach the 60s.
Aaron C. Davis
The hopefuls have spent far more time making pitches before small groups than public audiences.
Loudon County authorities are investigating the alleged assaults of two junior varsity players.
Police say the encounter occurred at Options Public Charter, behind the 22-year-old teacher’s desk.
An SUV turns in front of a streetcar in testing on H Street. (Post)
D.C. intends to start the service this year, but basic safety and operation questions are still unanswered.
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Kevin Vickers, gun-in-hand, after taking out killer. (CBC)
Fred Barbash and Justin Moyer
Amid the chaos, parliament’s sergeant-at-arms calmly retrieved his gun and prevented a massacre in Ottawa.
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OPINION | I didn’t believe in purgatory until I began commuting on Metro 12 years ago.
In October, the garden requires a flurry of cleaning, harvesting, preserving — and planting.
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Kimberly Kindy and Sari Horwitz
Michael Brown and Darren Wilson fought for the officer’s gun, interviews and the autopsy indicate.
Carol Morello and Mark Berman
The shooter killed a soldier and opened fire inside the Parliament building, shocking a country.
Vinson arrived at Emory University Hospital last week for treatment.
Polls suggest the Democrat is still in the fight.
Military success has bred popular support for the terrorist group.
Virginia is for 'Cars and Coffee' lovers
How Apple's OS X Yosemite tracks you
How the CDC trains workers to combat Ebola
In the West Bank, broken olive branches
Haunting the neighbors — it's a family affair
Fantasy Minute: Big-play threat Golden Tate on the rise
How to take apart a mammoth, in 35 seconds
A look at Oscar de la Renta's impact on first ladies’ fashion
Meet Ron Klain: The 'Ebola czar'
What to know before you 'think pink'
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FACT CHECKER | Challenger Alison Grimes (D) puts her credibility on the line by asserting 4-Pinocchio claims herself.
He wouldn’t take no for an answer.
Jonetta Rose Barras
Muriel Bowser’s campaign is surrounded by shady characters.
Hamstrung by untimely penalties and turnovers, the Capitals fell 3-2, suffering their first regulation loss of the season.
The Lauber-Hoffman home is filled with art and furnishings from the far corners of the world — and wine.
Going Out Guide
The inaugural One Pot Supper parties will feed friends while helping to feed the homeless.
FEDERAL EYE | The Office of Special Counsel said the Army discriminated against a transgender civilian employee.
So long, Walter White. The “Breaking Bad” character’s stint on Toys R Us shelves is officially over.
Watergate may be his lasting legacy, but Ben Bradlee’s sense of Style brought a new sensibility to features.
Author David Nicholls paints a picture of a summer holiday sprinkled with as much humor as tragedy.
Everyone hates passwords. So tech companies are trying to figure out the next way to verifying users online.
Brigid Schulte, in ventura and calif.
Can a business that pampers its employees be profitable? It works for Patagonia.
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