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Sudarsan Raghavan and Ruth Eglash
President Obama pressed for an unconditional cease-fire as the death toll surpassed 1,000, with 70 percent of the dead being civilians in the 20-day conflict.
U.S.-authorized arms are flowing in, but the rebels have lost ground recently to government forces and extremists.
This image purports to show the before and after of an artillery strike. (AP)
Carol Morello and Karen DeYoung
As fighting continues in eastern Ukraine, surveillance images allegedly show that Russia has acted to support the rebels.
Julie Zauzmer and Ann E. Marimow
Legal experts said that all parties must typically be given a chance to appeal a ruling before it takes effect.
Michael S. Rosenwald
The company is taking its manufacturing to Tennessee, costing Prince George’s 160 jobs.
T. Rees Shapiro
More than 1,200 students, alumni and parents with links to Freeman High School support ”Rebel Man.”
A Dunbar High School graduate talks about the challenges of traversing two sides of D.C.
Ralph S. Northam is the latest politician toiling in relative obscurity for a chance to become governor.
Colorado's booming legal marijuana market comes at a cost to neighboring states.
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A proposal for more studio units likely will be shelved, leaving the county in search of answers.
Arelis R. Hernández
Tree-canopy planting in Prince George’s is driven by data on the environment and the economy.
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An unexpected budget shortfall could mar the Republican governor’s political success story.
The economic powerhouse is counting on foreigners to offset the dangers of a shrinking population.
Health workers are combatting an outbreak that has killed more than 670 people in West Africa.
Frances Stead Sellers
Unless the Senate acts before its August recess, some Foreign Service families will stay stateside.
Zoos are desperately trying to restock their populations by freezing DNA in semen, a tricky business.
Jacob J. Lew
Simple reform could keep U.S. corporations from moving their tax homes overseas.
A Texas university’s affirmative action program is a careful effort to ensure diversity.
COLUMN | Benny Johnson violated a rule even high-schoolers know: Give credit for the work of others.
Foreigners evacuated amid Libya violence
Hamas accepts 24-hour humanitarian cease-fire
Violent clashes break out between Libyan militias
Baseball Hall of Fame welcomes new inductees
Anti-immigration protesters rally in Boston
Thousands protest against Gaza conflict in Tel Aviv
Militants release video claiming to show American suicide bomber in Syria
Congressman mistakes U.S. officials for Indian government representatives
Protesters across Europe denounce Israel's Gaza offensive
Man injured at ‘The Great Bull Run’ in California
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With four days until recess, the overhaul would allow for more health-care workers to be hired.
The United States keeps making the same mistake.
COLUMN | D.C. region needs to ante up for rail cars for Metro, and add at least one Potomac crossing to relieve traffic
As Thursday’s non-waiver trade deadline approaches, Barry Svrluga looks at the needs and potential solutions for all 17 postseason contenders.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The wedge-shaped flatiron house in NW is listed for $1.25 million.
Going Out Guide
The Going Out Guide recommends free or low-cost things to do this week.
An evidentiary hearing begins Monday in D.C. Superior Court over the proposed breakup plan.
Johnny Gutierrez is subpoenaed to appear before House Oversight panel Tuesday.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | The Going Out Guide shared ideas for what to do in D.C.
The Food Network in the Kitchen app lets you search dishes by Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis and more.
Tysons already has a city’s worth of office space, shopping and jobs. Until recently, it hardly had any people.
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