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President Obama said he wanted the report before he left office, according to homeland security adviser Lisa Monaco, who did not commit to making the report public. In October, the intelligence community accused Moscow of seeking to interfere in the election through the hacking of “political organizations.”
The transition team has asked department officials to identify which employees have worked on forging an international climate pact, raising concerns that Donald Trump's team may be singling out people who have helped implement certain policies under President Obama.
The president-elect has repeatedly turned to alumni of the bank to serve in his administration or help with the transition.
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After Trump criticized a college student during the election campaign, she was blasted by calls, emails and social media messages attacking her. “I didn’t really know what his supporters were going to do, and that to me was the scariest part.” Lauren Batchelder said.
About 20 groups — including the Women’s March on Washington, People’s Action and the American Constitution Society — have applied to demonstrate on federal property around the Jan. 20 event.
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Virtually all long-term users said they were introduced to the drugs by a doctor’s prescription, not by friends or through illicit means, a Washington Post-Kaiser Family Foundation poll found. But more than 6 in 10 said doctors offered no advice on how or when to stop taking the drugs.
Without critical upgrades, federal inspectors said, the beleaguered transit agency's plans for an eight-car fleet will overload the power system.
Ogulcan Atakoglu, 21, had pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter in the deaths of a couple and their son.
In letters to the House and Senate, the president authorized an average pay raise for 2017 of 2.1 percent, instead of the 1.6 percent he submitted in August.
Charles W. Caldwell III was arrested on drunk driving charges Thursday night shortly after leaving the grand opening for the MGM National Harbor Casino, police said.
The casino is expected to attract 25,000 more people to the massive complex of hotels, condominiums and shops that have sprung up on the riverfront in the past decade.
The advice columnist takes your questions about the strange train we call life.
The Maryland governor made headlines this spring by refusing to endorse Donald Trump after the bruising GOP primary. Both men are expected to attend Saturday's game in Baltimore.
Activists scored a victory Thursday in the fight to turn the 25-acre McMillan Sand Filtration Site, one of the District's largest and most prominent pieces of open space, into a park.
What's the other side of a feel-good NFL story? Shame and embarrassment. And the Redskins' Matt Jones is dealing with both.
“For years, international sports competition has been unknowingly hijacked by the Russians,” an independent investigator said. The elaborate doping system and associated coverup began in at least 2011 and continued beyond the Winter Olympics in 2014.
The reemergence of words that were weaponized by the Nazis is generating a fierce debate over the power of language in politics, especially as nationalists surge on both sides of the Atlantic.
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An effort to address the centuries-old attitudes that still result in widespread oppression and violence against women in India seemed promising in one village. That is, until an unexpected death by poison that pitted family member against family member threatened to reverse the hard-won gains.
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If the far-right politician becomes the next Dutch prime minister, Wilders has vowed to ban the Koran, close mosques and Islamic schools, and stop immigration from Muslim countries.
For most of her life, Annie was afflicted with an 85 percent stutter, meaning she would become “hung up on 85 percent of the words she tried to speak, which was a severe handicap,” as John put it.
Brooke Miranda Hughes was live-streaming when a tractor-trailer plowed into the back of her car on Interstate 380 in Pennsylvania. Hughes and her passenger, Chaniya Morrison-Toomey, were killed in the crash.
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