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Douglas Hughes vows to continue his fight for campaign finance reform.
The deal comes one day after a jury found that police framed the man in a 1981 rape and murder.
Abu Khattala claimed use of military and U.S. terrorism probe tactics violated his due process rights.
The District is liable for compensatory damages after the verdict in the civil rights claim filed by Donald E. Gates.
First federal civil rights claim in D.C. wrongful-conviction case awakened traumas and secrets of 1981 murder.
Vigils and tighter security after ISIS strike remind Washington of violence’s reach amid wars abroad.
Florence and Michael Bikundi were among 25 charged in a 2014 federal crackdown on local health-care fraud
The Justice Department had argued that the NSA could be forced to stop before the scheduled phase-out.
Ex-hostages, held five years, urge U.S. not to release FARC leaders amid Colombian peace talks in Cuba
U.S. Park Police said Sunday they obtained an arrest warrant for a man they think “may have information” about a possible Veterans Day shooting incident near the White House.