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Jia Lynn Yang was the deputy national security editor at The Washington Post. She left The Post in September 2017.
Secret police, hired killers and a former Chilean diplomat’s brazen murder in the streets of D.C.: The assassination of Orlando Letelier, as told by those who knew him and found his killers.
The report shows there were repeated warnings that using a personal email system for official business was not secure.
Some of the most striking excerpts from the Bowe Bergdahl interview.
Here are the most eye-grabbing portions of the federal complaint charging Syed Farook’s friend with supporting terrorism.
The White House is going after people with IRAs stuffed with millions of dollars. People like Mitt Romney.
Nicholas Carlson reveals that despite her Hollywood-like status, Marissa Mayer still faces hurdles at Yahoo!
A new hashtag shows support for the University of Virginia student whose story in Rolling Stone has been called into question.
Two of the most powerful lobbying groups just lost one of their key GOP allies.
United Airlines has made a major change to its frequent flyer program. Here’s what you need to know.