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Jonnelle Marte and Emily Rauhala
In an about face from the previous week, the Dow Jones industrial average, Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index and the Nasdaq climbed near 4 percent.
Jenna Portnoy and Robert Costa
Virginia is debating whether to require candidates pledge not to make a third-party bid.
Philip Rucker and Robert Costa
Trump shows he will not be tamed with a rollicking rally in Iowa and spicy slams on his opponents.
From video of the attack recorded by the TV station's camera. Inset: Suspect Vester Flanagan. (Franklin County/WDBJ)
Dana Hedgpeth and Justin Jouvenal
Vester L. Flanagan, 41, a former employee of the Roanoke station, is believed to have posted videos online showing him shooting the crew.
Wilborn Nobles reflects on the final moments he spent with his mother before she drowned in their home.
Top party bundlers underwhelmed with Hillary Clinton are considering backing the vice president.
The two were killed when their vehicle was fired on inside a base in the Helmand province.
The letter by 195 former top military officers follows one last week that supported the nuclear agreement.
Michael E. Ruane and Julie Zauzmer
The smaller of the two panda cubs seemed to improve before going into cardiac and respiratory arrest .
Ariana Eunjung Cha
Just because a student is required to take a fruit or vegetable doesn’t mean they’ll eat it, a study finds.
His entry in the race would only be good for the Democratic party.
The church said it would continue to “appoint Scout leaders who uphold and exemplify” its values.
Too casual for a medal ceremony? Hardly. The fashion choice spoke volumes about their brave actions.
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POSTEVERYTHING | He says his beliefs extend to pop culture and artwork depicting sex acts.
How do we balance the STEM equation?
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“If you had a teacher or somebody with guns in that room, you would’ve been a hell of a lot better off,” Trump told a crowd in Tennessee.
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Shooting by bicyclists is similar to an earlier attack, and the group warns of more attacks on foreigners.
Police are still looking for a woman accused hiring the gunman suspected of killing Hatcher.
Daniel W. Drezner
While sharing a propensity for public outrage, President Obama and conversatives markedly differ both in why and how they choose to express it.
If D.C.’s mayor saves Exelon deal, critics warn, it could hurt the city’s long-term “green energy” commitment.
It’s rare in today’s NFL for a team to give a QB time to develop, and Washington, with its history at the position, is not likely to be an exception.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | After all the steaminess, a provocative Showtime drama thrives on Philosophy 101.
A measured attempt to understand the forces that shaped the architect’s revolutionary style
INNOVATIONS | The Tesla and SpaceX CEO reflects on his brutal workload.
Of austerity, debt relief and pétanque: Olivier Blanchard reenergized the IMF for its battle against the Great Recession.
An administrative judge ruled that the Merit Systems Protection Board, charged with protecting federal employees from unfair practices, retaliated against an in-house whistleblower
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | Profits from the sale of the 11,500-square-foot home will go to the Patiala School for the Deaf and Blind.
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