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Karen DeYoung and Carol Morello
U.S. trade and tourism are expected to grow with the historic decision to mend diplomatic ties, and some are scrambling to position themselves as first in line.
Paul Kane and Ed O’Keefe
Funding for diplomatic operations in Havana and an ambassador’s confirmation could be likely targets.
The swing set where Lacy's body was found. (Andrew Craft for The Post)
Todd C. Frankel
The body of Lennon Lacy, 17, was found hanging just inches off the ground from a swing set. Authorities called the death a suicide.
Laura Vozzella and Rachel Weiner
Convicted Virginia Del. Joseph Morrissey announced he will resign — and then run again for his seat.
NASA, NIH, the FBI and the CIA are here to bail you out. No, really. Ebola dolls, anyone?
A. Camden Walker
WEATHER GANG | Expect clouds, but only a passing chance of rain or snow on Saturday.
He has made 30 deals, including this week’s biggie, since becoming the Nats’ general manager in 2009.
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New theaters around D.C. offer a lot: Reserved seats, blankets, alcohol, full meals and more — for a price.
Stories from all over
Mehmet Oz. (2013 photo/AP)
A withering assessment of Oz and the whole doctor talk show business.
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SPORTS BOG | Stop dry snitching and start TOOTBLAN-ing. It was a fun year for new phrases in D.C.
Going Out Guide staff
Catch classic holiday movies, rock out to 90’s hits at the 9:30 Club or head to the opera house.
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CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | Despite claims to the contrary, movies really are a vehicle for politics.
LIFTOFF & LETDOWN
PART 6 | An exceptional economy has been lost because Americans stopped doing exceptional work.
WONKBLOG | Students from disadvantaged families might benefit, but others typically do not.
OPINION | The Post’s Cairo bureau chief finally confronts the pain she has been carrying for years.
The senator emerges as the president’s No. 1 foe on Cuba.
Many wrongly predicted that he’d kill off his famous character on his last Comedy Central show.
U.S. official: North Korea connected to Sony hack
Father of spy freed by Cuba hasn’t heard from son
Iraqi Kurds open important corridor for Yazidis
Transgender student wins fight with school
Stephen Colbert retires his ‘report’
Hong Kong tries to woo Islamic banking
Strict security days after school massacre
Eight children found dead in Australian home
Slender Man stabbing suspects ruled competent to stand trial
Anger against Taliban mounts after school attack
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Michelle Ye Hee Lee
FACT CHECKER | Jonathan Gruber gives an after-the-fact explanation of his 2012 remarks on Obamacare, but confuses the issue further.
Warfare doesn’t suit the Democrats, even when they’re in the minority.
COLUMN | Gone are crayon-scrawled notes mailed to the North Pole: Christmas lists go digital.
Eric Fehr’s overtime goal lifted the Capitals over the Blue Jackets for a wild win on the road.
The D.C. architect cleverly integrated the bones of the post-World War II spec house into his modern design.
Going Out Guide
FEDERAL EYE | Federal auditors say FEMA needs to do a better job controlling its administrative costs, which have risen dramatically in recent years.
Texting and driving is dangerous for everybody. A Wayne State University study shows older and more experienced drivers are especially bad at it.
In the heart of a fast-growing community, the store has remained a constant sanctuary.
Roth, who clashed with management at the Jewish theater in D.C., said he'll start a new company.
The tech giant is turbo-charging its same-day delivery program, starting in Manhattan.
Michael A. Fletcher
Agriculture, telecom and construction could benefit, but the U.S. trade embargo still stands.
Ms. Lisi was typecast as a bombshell in Hollywood but drew acclaim in the 1994 drama “Queen Margot.”
The Reston-based developer of video analytics technology sold its patents to a Canadian security company.
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