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After learning hard lessons rebuilding foreign militaries over the past dozen years, the strategy is to train a vanguard element within the larger army to take the offensive against Islamic State militants.
Sometime next year, more fliers will travel through Reagan than Dulles — an airport 14 times its neighbor’s size.
Miriam Carey's family is haunted by her death. (Linda Davidson / Post)
She drove to D.C. from Connecticut with her baby daughter in the back seat. A U-turn at a White House checkpoint led to her being killed — and a slew of unanswered questions.
Some retailers have opted out of Black Friday events because it’s “simply not worth it” to compete.
A Thanksgiving meal delivery to families facing life-threatening illnesses leaves some in tears.
A Virginia man didn’t want to spend Thanksgiving alone, and wound up creating a whole community.
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WEATHER GANG | One more chilly day before temperatures climb back into a more comfortable zone.
An Arlington County Board member refused to shake another’s hand last week, underlining the acrimony.
In Maryland, the income-tax checkoff that was used to build the fund was scrapped by lawmakers in 2010.
The Post explains why Robert Griffin III’s poor performance may open opportunities for Colt McCoy.
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“I was never told ‘No,’” a former lineman said of the drugs. “I could get ’em from whomever.”
For Ukrainians and other minority groups, a stifling change after years of easygoing cosmopolitanism.
The recriminations are natural but counterproductive.
The Yomiuri’s apology is part of a larger movement in Japan to recast its wartime history in a better light.
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Protesters target Black Friday sales in Ferguson
Austin police kill man suspected of firing at federal courthouse
New York shoppers kick off Black Friday
Mexico makes police overhaul pledge
Cricket mourns Australian player’s death
Pope in Turkey to meet with Muslim leaders
Major power outages in northern New England
U.S. troops in Germany have Thanksgiving feast
Star Australian cricket player dies from head injury
Dozens arrested in Calif. as Ferguson protests spread
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For a $300,000 speech at UCLA, Clinton reps made many demands about the stage and green-room.
Benefiting from white privilege is automatic. Defending white privilege is a choice.
COLUMN | “Chocolate City” has given way to the Two Washingtons and worsening disparities.
Twenty-five years before teaming up in Washington, Paul Pierce and Andre Miller dominated a YMCA league.
The 1794 home is one of the oldest residential buildings in Washington.
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President Obama’s action may inspire greater effort to prey on those seeking legal status.
Why many undocumented immigrants will have a hard time proving they’ve meet standards set up by Obama’s immigration measure.
A phenomenon poses an existential question: If a luxury bag is unwrapped in private, does its value decrease?
In her many books, P.D. James showed a gritty mastery of the crime genre and of human nature.
COLUMN | Hypocrisy and half-truths mar the discussion over the principle of equal treatment of content on the Internet.
This holiday season is poised to give retailers more reason for Christmas cheer than the holiday seasons of the recent past.
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