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A House hearing lambastes the firm for supposed rigged results, ignoring some valid questions.

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The transition to independent adulthood can be nearly impossible without adequate assistance.

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If Virginia has made the progress that corrections officials claim, there should be no problem in supporting legislation to provide data.

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The Air Force failed six times to submit records to the FBI that would have barred the shooter from buying guns.

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A second referendum on leaving the European Union may be the least bad option in the disaster that Britain has inflicted on itself.

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The only thing fake in all this has been Mr. Trump’s insistence that reporters got it all wrong — the same claim he is making now about the stories on his chief-of-staff vacancy.

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That gives D.C. the chance to reconsider how to best meet the health needs of Wards 7 and 8.

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The GOP would have had the poor work harder. But never fear: Cousins of prosperous farmers will reportedly get government help.

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The plan to abandon the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty leaves no restraints.

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Newly released documents suggest user privacy is still taking a back seat to company’s growth.

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The state could shift much of the risk from this major infrastructure project to a private firm.

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His commitment to a Justice Department free of political interference may be put to the test.

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Will Congress finally act?

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Lewis D. Ferebee has a promising pedigree but faces a final exam with the D.C. Council.

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Lies on top of more lies give the Saudi ambassador “zero credibility.”

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