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The Washington Post’s Lori Aratani travels from our headquarters in downtown D.C. on the Metro, which is currently undergoing a massive rehab program called SafeTrack.

The winning team was comprised of three software engineers and a statistician.

Every answer to this year's Hunt puzzle was a number.

Some of this is jibberish. Some is jabberish.

Even Dumbo could answer these.

You could win a million dollars! No? Half-million? No? Okay, $2,000.

1. No purchase necessary. 2. The Post Hunt begins and ends on Sunday, May 22, 2016, and will be conducted rain or shine. 3. To enter, you must obtain the 2016 Post Hunt special section in the Sunday,...

Calling all competitive (and slightly weird) spirits. You could win a couple of grand.

More than 10,000 people came to the puzzle-based scavenger hunt.

A team that calls itself the "Boneless Chicken Cabaret" won the annual puzzle-filled scavenger hunt. Again.

The answers to those crazy questions.

Five of these are real. Real tough.

On Sunday, May 31, you should be at Freedom Plaza. And prepare to be totally stumped.

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If you can’t answer these, you can’t find your way downtown, anyway.

The 2015 Post Hunt will be May 31.

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