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DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s role this week remained unclear after the release of emails showing the party helped Clinton during her primary against Sanders.

The extraordinary charge comes amid increasing concern that Russia may be meddling in the U.S. election.

The leaks create disunity on the eve of the convention and raise new questions about DNC leadership.

Within 24 hours of posting the video, Chris LeDay was in handcuffs.

A drone-loving techie leads his team — and dad — into the bot world, routing 250 grown-ups along the way.

These firms recently filed with a U.S. Bankruptcy Court’s local court clerk’s office.

Here is a look at who is moving where in the Washington-area job market.

Why placing the adjective 'public' in front of 'charter' is an affront to those who deeply believe in the mission of public schools.

His steadiness and experience help her draw a sharp contrast with the unpredictable Trump.

A 36-year-old man is dead after he led a law enforcement official on a high-speed chase from Maryland to DC and crashed into a tree, authorities said Sunday. Ever Moises Fuentes, of Brentwood Md., was...

For younger members of an increasingly important voting bloc, fluency in the language is not a litmus test for “Latinidad.”

Female politicians have made progress, but the inequalities with men remain stark.

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Study finds “moderate” sitting is okay; a lot increases the risk of heart attack and stroke.

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Regular use of neti pots reduced the need for medication and also helped people more than steam.

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Findings held true even for people who already showed signs of brain damage, according to studies presented at the annual Alzheimer’s Association’s International Conference

An intensively secretive process came down to the name that always seemed obvious, inside and outside the campaign.

At rules-committee meetings, Sanders supporters’ frustrations over superdelegates, Kaine and leaked DNC emails bubbled over.

Separatist groups are on the rise, playing a role in the country’s violent summer.

The Democratic convention aims to project an optimistic vision in contrast to the gloomier GOP message.

Bonnie Jo Mount Washington Post Amanda Wendler, 31, rests on the couch in Farmington Hills, Mich. She is a recovering addict who lives at home with her mother and stepfather. FARMINGTON HILL...

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