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Scene of Daron Dylon Wint's arrest Thursday in D.C. (WUSA 9)
Daron Dylon Wint was arrested after a manhunt and charged with murder in the D.C. quadruple homicide. Police said the victims were held captive the night before they were killed.
The trove includes nearly 900 pages of e-mails from her private account during her time as a secretary of state about the Libya and Benghazi attacks, which have been turned over to a House panel.
DEBRIEF | Newly public documents point to Clinton’s inability to separate longtime loyalties from the business at hand. That environment is one in which authority can be undermined by second-guessers.
DR. GRIDLOCK | This weekend features concerts, parades and the usual Metrorail schedule changes.
THE FIX | Joe Morrissey, 57, posed with his 19-year-old receptionist and their baby in period garb.
Md. authorities do not know how the 3-year-old died, but witnesses saw them in the park the day before.
The abolition of slavery will be observed next year on April 15, and the IRS observes D.C. holidays.
Amy Zarafshar and her daughter Lily. (Ricky Carioti/Post)
Long shy of politics, this group wants a relationship between the U.S. and ayatollahs.
Each week seems to bring bad news for Hillary Clinton’s campaign. The Post’s Chris Cillizza explains.
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In a statement, the network said it is “deeply saddened and troubled by this heartbreaking situation.”
Even longtime District residents aren’t always aware of how smart our city’s map really is.
GOING OUT GUIDE | Chill with Jazz in the Garden, fill up on strawberries or watch the concert and parade.
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The bombing marks the first time the militant group has claimed an attack in the oil-rich kingdom.
WONKBLOG | Call it the American tradition of Robin Hood in Reverse.
WONKBLOG | The psychology of heels is complex, and not uniquely related to pressures facing women.
The country’s suspicion of a robust foreign policy shows how parochial it has become.
Forecast: Sun for Memorial Day weekend
How the quadruple homicide manhunt unfolded
Suicide bomber strikes Saudi Shiite mosque
Josh Duggar apologizes amid molestation allegations
Fidel Castro meets Serbian president
Boy Scouts president warns that ban on gay leaders is unsustainable
Former airline exec freed after jailing for ‘nut rage’
Ireland votes in historic gay marriage poll
Suspect at large in death of woman kept in box
7,700 gallons of oil sopped up in third day of cleanup
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FACT CHECKER | This factoid is based on serious data, but the more you dig, the less relevant it becomes.
Are undergrads learning that the only way to have fun is when we’re drunk?
Mary Morgan Kleiss still longs for the house she lost seven years ago. Now all she wants is a trailer.
COLUMN | NFL commissioner took a hard stance in DeflateGate — and in doing so, overstepped his bounds.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | To persuade his wife to move to the U.S., a man built a duplicate of their home in Japan.
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Bonnie S. Benwick
WEEKEND KITCHEN | When only the freshest, ripest fruit will do; plus, your top recipes of the week.
The staggering array of plans suggests the government could be spending a lot smarter, the GAO finds.
“He was assaulting me with a skateboard,” an Olympia, Wash., police officer told a dispatcher.
“I’ll See You in My Dreams” is one of a very few films to feature a mature cast.
Seen as a continuum, the artist’s paintings reveal the depth of his talent and the refinement of his vision.
In order to avoid an Aereo-like legal situation, Apple will need to conduct extensive negotiations with broadcasters — and potentially delay its product.
Investors need to stop worrying so much, says Ken Fisher, chief executive of Fisher Investments.
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