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Andrew Puzder, who runs the parent company of Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr., is also vocal opponent of rules that would make more workers eligible for overtime pay. By bringing in Puzder, Trump is signaling that he may scale back some of the regulations introduced by current Labor Secretary Tom Perez.
Trump fired back after Chuck Jones, president of the United Steelworkers Local 1999, said he believed the president-elect lied to Carrier workers in Indiana.
Richard Nixon tried to keep his enemies list secret. Donald Trump may post his on Twitter.
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For five years, Robin and her husband, Terrence, had felt their son slipping away — descending deeper and deeper into a realm they didn’t like or understand. The couple conferred with therapists, counselors and experts to try to help their son. They had finally come up with a plan, and if this didn't save him, nothing would.
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Rising income inequality has eroded the ability for American children to grow up to earn more than their parents. The fall-off is particularly steep among children born in the middle class.
Ogulcan Atakoglu has pleaded guilty to three counts of vehicular manslaughter in the devastating Feb. 27 crash in Bethesda and is scheduled to be sentenced Friday.
President-elect Donald Trump and conservatives on Capitol Hill have vowed to target the federal bureaucracy.
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The Rolls is everything that Washington is: traditional, expensive, tailored to the powerful. Will it help change the city's "quiet money" culture?
A guide to the restaurants, bars, concert venue and casino at the 23-acre resort in southern Prince George’s County.
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The "Sex and the City" star's stand-alone boutique will feature $240 heels and $695 handbags. Why is it in Prince George’s County instead of New York?
The nation’s largest evangelical Christian university is divided over the hiring of Ian McCaw, who resigned from Baylor in the wake of scandal.
The outfielder lacks marquee value, but some criticisms of the deal miss the nuances of costs and contacts.
A little upstairs spot offers good versions of ramen, donburi and bento.
Rising fatalities from heart disease, strokes, diabetes, drug overdoses, accidents and other conditions are to blame for the decrease, according to the National Center for Health Statistics.
The impeachment vote is expected Friday, and if it passes, President Park Geun-hye would be suspended immediately.
Readers demanded a fact check of the president's statement, which is technically correct because of very careful phrasing.
The ruling ensures Republican Donald Trump’s narrow victory in the state.
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The Dec. 15 thank-you gala is in a ballroom that’s apparently too small to accommodate all of the Clinton campaign’s “bundlers.” The remaining campaign staff has been fielding complaints.
What would happen if Trump actually taxed imports from companies that offshore jobs
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The USS Arizona wasn't supposed to be at Pearl Harbor, but it became America's most famous battleship
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Take a tour of the meteorite vaults
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Trump's presidential transition has elements of reality TV shows
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Health Care Look Ahead (Dec. 12)
The Washington Post will look at the future of health care in the new Administration.