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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.
Liz Sly and Karen DeYoung
Turkey said it would allow Iraqi Kurds passage to Syria, and the U.S. announced it had dropped weapons and aid to Kobane where Kurdish fighters have been battling the militants.
Street vendors sell "Crazy Doritos" in Mexico City. (Nick Miroff/Post)
“Crazy Doritos” — a combo of corn chips, pork rinds, veggies and sauce — emerge from the snack laboratory of street-food culture.
Converts alleged non-sexual misconduct while he led a “protocol and standards” group.
Access to confidential information is still a hot commodity in D.C., but it doesn’t pay like it used to.
T. Rees Shapiro and Ashley Halsey III
A body found Saturday is thought to be 18-year-old Hannah Graham, who vanished on Sept. 13.
COLUMN | While this victory does matter for the win-starved team, it has many issues to work through.
The critic explains why Buck’s Fishing & Camping, Restaurant Eve and Vermilion fell off his list.
A CDC officer demonstrates how health-care workers can protect themselves from the deadly virus.
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Q&A TRANSCRIPT | “Dr. Gridlock” takes your questions (and gripes) on traffic, transit and commuting.
As property values rise and poor renters’ housing vouchers do not, landlords are confronting a crisis.
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FACT CHECKER | The Kentucky senator says White House has not been accurate about the disease.
Abby Phillip and Fred Barbash
The man won’t be named until charges are filed in the deaths in Gary and Hammond, Ind.
Anthony Faiola and Souad Mekhennet
As other Western countries bar or jail returning jihadists, the port city of Aarhus is taking a novel approach.
The NIH’s critics can justify continuing to squeeze spending at the agency.
In an interview, the president also said that Justice Ginsburg will decide her own retirement.
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Syrians flee Kobane for Turkey
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
Hong Kong leader: ‘External forces’ behind protest
Mystery ship puzzles Sweden
Debate over Catholic doctrine continues
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Erin K. Jenne
MONKEY CAGE | 2012 Republican presidential primary field moved toward tea party anti-Washington ideology, debate text analysis shows.
I’m Gamergate’s latest victim.
COLUMN | Despite herself, a mother of two boys is uncomfortable with their desire for Hot Wheels orange toenails.
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.”
IN THE LOOP | President Obama’s new Ebola “czar,” veteran Washington player Ron Klain, needs to do something fast.
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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