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The expansion highlights growing U.S. counterterrorism coordination with France to track militants in destabilized Africa.
Andrea Peterson, Emily Yahr and Joby Warrick
As racy photos of Hollywood stars circulate online, security experts ask how hack-proof “cloud” sites truly are.
A border fence cuts through south Texas. (Nikki Kahn/Post)
Troops dispatched by Gov. Rick Perry are just the latest force in an increasingly fortified zone.
Former Reagan administration official Frederick J. Ryan Jr. was part of the founding leadership team of Politico.
The McDonnells’ professed discord contradicts the family image the ex-Va. governor projected in office.
Keith L. Alexander
Prosecutors agreed not to ask the judge for any jail time if the R&B singer gets 25 years of probation.
Paul Schwartzman and Susan Svrluga
After a 15-year-old died in a wreck that also injured two other teens, family and friends mourn in Olney.
The former House majority leader will enter a fast-growing firm that advises companies and investors.
Old-school Tastee Diner abides after 80 years. (B. O'Leary/Post)
Comfort food is served with a taste of the “old” Bethesda at the 24-hour eatery that opened in 1935.
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Jennifer Lawrence. (AFP/Getty)
With complete anonymity, “4chan” users operate beyond the norms of decency.
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WEATHER GANG | It may be September, but it doesn’t feel like fall. At least until Sunday.
COLUMN | State lawmakers are silent when it comes to unregulated day cares, putting kids in danger.
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Karoun Demirjian and Daniela Deane
NATO is expected to endorse the creation of a military force that can deploy quickly to Eastern Europe.
It is unclear whether the operation succeeded, Pentagon officials said.
INNOVATIONS | The price and features have barely changed in 10 years, but the TI-84 is still on top.
Marc A. Thiessen
Please don’t give him another shot to blow it.
EXCLUSIVE | More than 300 donors have already exceeded the previous $123,200 cap on contributions.
Greyhounds still racing in West Virginia
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David Sedaris on his humbling plane ride
Dogs and cats get cozy in pet hotel
‘Everything she said was a lie’
Sierra Leone clinic treats Ebola survivors
Heartbeat of the city: Meridian Hill's drum circle
Women on screen can kick butt but not stereotypes
Faith in football
Khachapuri, constructed | Plate Lab
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With just nine weeks to go, key strategists weigh in on where things stand, and where they could go.
Robert L. DuPont
Testing employees not only boosts corporate safety and productivity but also reduces substance abuse.
COLUMN | Opponents can’t find the tiny species in suburban Maryland, but they sued to protect it anyway.
The Nationals hit four more home runs as their power surge continued in a 6-4 win against Los Angeles.
The Web has converted browsers into buyers.
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GOING OUT GUIDE | Catch a science fiction film festival or rock at Sneaker Pimps.
The two-hour movie didn’t really deliver on its cheesy potential, but there were still some great lines.
New releases from popular artists showcase everything fans might love or detractors detest about the groups.
FEDERAL EYE | With 75 percent of lesbians overweight or obese, the study is “of high public-health significance,” according to a project summary.
The blue light from electronics can keep people awake and disrupt sleep — especially for teens.
Executives at the tax giant you’ve never heard of want the Arthur Andersen name back. Is that crazy?
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