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Campaign 2016
Donald Trump's statement came a day after the Obama administration announced that health-plan premiums sold through HealthCare.gov will increase by an average of 25 percent. Trump vowed to replace the program “with something much less expensive.”
With a four-seat margin in the Senate, Republicans cannot afford a loss in North Carolina. Polls have shown Sen. Richard M. Burr leading but struggling to break away from his Democratic challenger.
Trump and his campaign manager appear to be on separate pages.
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A Washington Post analysis shows that the longer a woman has worked for the federal government, the less likely she is to see pay parity with men and that her overall likelihood of making more than a man depends on which agency she works in.
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For centuries, scholars have debated whether Christopher Marlowe, a contemporary of Shakespeare, might have helped write the three “Henry VI” plays long credited to The Bard. Now the Oxford University Press believes it has resolved that debate.
With the launch of a new website, Democrats are trying to link gubernatorial hopefuls to the controversial GOP presidential nominee.
The incident occurred on Metro property near a parking lot close to the College Park station.
Washington came in third in the survey behind San Francisco and Minneapolis, beating out Los Angeles, New York City and Chicago.
The long-running case ended with a settlement between school officials and the child’s family.
In the oddest race in the state, Gov. McAuliffe's protege struggles for traction. Even with his vast fundraising advantage, polls show that Levar Stoney is still hovering in third place.
Wilson Ramos and Mark Melancon headline the team's list of free agents.
The best places in town for fans to celebrate — or commiserate — as the World Series kicks off tonight.
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In normal presidential election/Halloween cycles, the best-selling mask is the candidate who goes on to take the White House, according to Halloween costume executives. This year, though, it may be just the opposite.
The Giants have cut ties with the kicker following the revelation of new evidence suggesting he had repeatedly abused his ex-wife.
The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack in Quetta, which left more than 100 people injured. But a senior security official blamed a Pakistani extremist outfit for the bloodshed.
The volatile president said he hated having foreign troops in his country and questioned a 2014 deal that expanded military ties between the Philippines and the United States.
The farmed fish gets a bad rap on nutrition, sustainability and taste. But experts say if you’re going to farm fish, tilapia is a great candidate.
Campaign 2016
Trump seized on a Wall Street Journal article about donations made by close Clinton ally and Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe to levy new charges against Clinton. But he got the story wrong.
Women in Washington who were seeking institutional authority and influence had to walk a fine line. And fashion has been loath to provide them with the aesthetic tools to make their endeavor any easier.
By 2030, China and India will join the United States as the world's top three economies.
Shaun Jude Jaegers, 7 pounds and 19 inches, was born just a few hours after his mother found out she was pregnant.
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What to expect from the 2017 Affordable Care Act enrollment season
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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.
The Washington Post hosts an election night viewing party at headquarters in downtown Washington, D.C.
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.)