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Supreme Court to hear appeal from men convicted of killing Catherine Fuller.
Pennsylvania steelworkers hope Trump’s policies will forge a rebirth.
The vast collection includes the famous magician’s props — and other strange magic.
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The Luxury Issue
Relish’s Nancy Pearlstein knows what D.C. women want — even if they do not.
The capital’s new social elite doesn’t necessarily hold office or weld political influence.
A complex that caters to one-percenters is a model for other cities. But should it be?
A haute brunch, a class at the Inn at Little Washington and a vegan tasting menu you won’t soon forget.
A $950 ounce of cognac, how to buy a fur, the best luxury watches of 2016 and a shop that can help you find something for everyone.
  • Dec 8
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She was here to study the ancient ways of the sport. She hit something much deeper.

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A lifetime of answering questions of race, and the increasingly complicated answers.

In the home-schooling world, a battle heats up over how much oversight is necessary.

Queries about college admissions are stressful. Counselors and consultants can offer help.

  • Christine Koubek
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He became mayor in a landslide. Now this phenom wants to nab the big prize: a grocery store.

The woman who turned the Trump campaign around weighs in on the new political realities.

When an obscure scientific paper about a whale vocalizing in a much higher frequency was released, people around the world wondered if other whales could hear it. So began the legacy of “The loneliest whale in the world.”

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Donated items from all over reflect our racial history and bloodied path to democracy.
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Oprah Winfrey’s museum donation was huge. Her hopes for the museum are even larger.
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The civil rights legend recalls what it took to win the legislative battle for the museum.
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The filmmaker sees an opportunity to confront the legacy of the nation’s original sin.
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Activists talk across generations about economic power, policing and voting in 2016.
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