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Dana Hedgpeth, Sari Horwitz and Ellen Nakashima
Shots were fired after two men in an SUV tried to ram a gate at Fort Meade, an installation outside Washington, according to officials. Preliminary reports say the men might have been dressed as women.
Authorities investigate at the scene of the shooting. (AP/WJLA-TV)
Keith L. Alexander and DeNeen L. Brown
Court, police and other documents, along with family interviews, present a harrowing tale of alleged abuse.
A Montgomery County judge also told Daniel Cleaves, 28, that he can no longer have unprotected sex.
A new Md. clinic is part of a push to put a human face — and even a positive spin — on the procedure.
FEDERAL EYE | A probe uncovered apparent retaliation against whistleblowers and illegal hiring.
Ex-Post columnist Jason Reid’s ESPN 980 show starts, hinting at the controversy delaying it.
LIVE Q&A | The Post columnist takes your questions on all things related to D.C. sports.
LIVE Q&A | “Dr. Gridlock” takes your questions (and gripes) on traffic, transit and commuting.
An award-winning Venezuelan political cartoonist challenges the government with her satirical drawings.
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Katherine Shaver and Bill Turque
Concerns gained urgency when Marriott said it would move partly because workers want Metro access.
The shortstop is in baseball purgatory, wearing a Padres jersey until the trade is official.
COLUMN | Through no fault of his own, Teddy Boumboulis was thrown out of college for unpaid bills.
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Michael Birnbaum and Anthony Faiola
Andreas Lubitz was in treatment with a psychotherapist years before he got his license to fly.
Comedian Trevor Noah has a short but memorable list of appearances as a contributor to the show.
The HBO documentary described the long history between celebrities and the controversial religion.
“On behalf of Apple, I’m standing up to oppose this new wave of legislation.”
CHAPTER 10 | As Gen. Robert E. Lee took flight, the Confederate capital faced the Yankees.
Germanwings co-pilot visited psychotherapist
Historic matzo maker leaving Lower East Side
Pakistanis flee Yemen
N.Y. firefighters find two killed in building collapse
University of Minnesota student goes missing
Germanwings crash: A father's plea
Christians mark Palm Sunday around the world
Thousands march to protest Indiana law
Netanyahu: Expected Iranian nuclear deal worse than feared
Saudi ambassador: ‘Objective is to protect the people of Yemen’
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The former Maryland governor sounded more resolute than ever about taking on Hillary Clinton.
How our obsession with the perpetrator hurts the victims.
Zakiya James is studying civil engineering at Drexel University.
COLUMN | Branden Dawson was anything but outstanding against Louisville — until the final minute.
The pricey development is unusual for the neighborhood, which has a median sales price of $645,000.
Food & Drink
Bonnie S. Benwick
WEEKEND KITCHEN | The new author doesn’t always agree, foodwise, with her famous father.
FEDERAL DIARY | Budget proposals could lead to cuts not just for feds but also to the services they provide taxpayers.
Adam Goldman and Steven Rich
Climate surveys, such as those used in corporate America, are a key tool for rating performance.
Madonna has stumbled figuratively -- and literally -- while promoting her new album, but not on Sunday night.
Unable to dance as scheduled, American Ballet Theatre’s retiring Julie Kent is honored onstage.
Magisto Shot makes it easy to spice up bland text messages.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will meet with a group of Corinthian Colleges’ students who refuse to repay their federal loans.
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