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Donald Trump had $16 million in his coffers on Oct. 19, compared with $62 million for Hillary Clinton. And there was scant evidence that the GOP nominee will end up giving the $100 million he has claimed he is donating to his bid. 
One of his advisers was quoted just yesterday saying that he will be “cooked” if he cannot prevail in the Keystone State.
“I’d forgotten that your parents came all the way from Thailand to serve George Washington,” Kirk said to Rep. Tammy Duckworth, whose late father’s family roots in this country trace to before the American Revolution. 
Adam Crapser, left, poses with his family in 2015. (AP)
Adam Crapser, left, poses with his family in 2015. (AP)
The couple that adopted him never filled out the paperwork to seek U.S. citizenship for him. Currently, he’s being held in an immigration detention center in Tacoma, Wash.
All defendants were found not guilty on charges of conspiracy to impede federal officers and not guilty of possession of firearms in a federal facility.
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“True to form for the past several statewide elections in Virginia, Republican voters appear to be coming home late, but coming home,” said the director of the Wason Center.
Hiring partners at lobby firms, trade groups and corporations are looking to snap up well-connected Capitol Hill and administration staffers.
The next SafeTrack surge, involving a 25-day segment shutdown on the Red Line from Fort Totten to NoMa-Galludet, is beginning Saturday.
The 10-month-old black Labrador mix was unleashed at the time of the shooting near a Loudoun County park.
The attack occurred about two hours after early voting had ended at a library in Northeast Washington.
These mothers say they are proud of their professions, but don’t want their children to be inundated with marijuana talk — or, worse, be judged at school by adults and children who disapprove of their parents’ work.
Peter Manseau was hired to curate new exhibits on American religious history and to collect important objects to add to the museum’s expansive holdings.
Washington had plenty to contemplate after a lethargic second half in Atlanta.
The $3.8 billion pipeline is slated to carry oil from North Dakota through the Midwest to an existing pipeline in Illinois. Opponents of the project say it cuts too close to the Standing Rock Reservation and could pollute waterways and disrupt sacred land.
The nation’s gross domestic product grew at an annualized rate of 2.9 percent during the third quarter, exceeding analysts' expectations.
A Saudi native with a Qatari passport was targeted Sunday in an airstrike in Afghanistan's Kunar province, the Pentagon announced this week.
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Although critics say the facilities are unsafe, the U.S. immigration enforcement agency is expanding its use of for-profit prisons to deal with an influx of detainees.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations says such incidents are up, but the federal government does little about them.
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As Donald Trump heads into a potential loss on Nov. 8, the GOP nominee has expanded the scale and scope of his accusations to include Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, the media, establishment leaders from both parties and unidentified “global financial powers.”
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A 120-mile-long canyon that’s grand in its own right, Palo Duro Canyon State Park is the nation’s second largest, but few Americans know about it.
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Who is Donald J. Trump? To discover the man in full, The Washington Post assembled a team of award-winning reporters and researchers to delve into every aspect of his improbable life. (Also available in hardcover.)