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Carol D. Leonnig
Omar Gonzalez is said to have gone farther into the mansion than was previously known, overpowering a guard and running through the main floor.
The vital security agreement allows 9,800 American soldiers to stay beyond 2014 to help train and advise the Afghan military.
Protesters hold up phones in a display of solidarity in Hong Kong. (Getty)
Both sides are fighting for the hearts and minds of undecided residents that are largely focused on their jobs instead of protests.
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Young men seeking work. (Reuters)
From the fields to the factories, a chain of fear is strangling Liberia’s economy.
Katie Zezima and David Nakamura
Human rights issues hang over the president’s attempt to revive a flagging U.S.-Indian relationship.
T. Rees Shapiro, Mary Pat Flaherty and Justin Jouvenal
20-year-old Morgan Harrington vanished from a concert. Her body was found three months later.
Craig Timberg and Matt Zapotosky
Critics have described the tools of StealthGenie as ways to help domestic abusers stalk victims.
Sandra G. Boodman
MEDICAL MYSTERY | A new look at a longtime diagnosis finally helped solve her gastrointestinal woes.
Time for Obama to get the authorization for war.
Two recent failures by the Secret Service raise questions about its competence.
FACT CHECKER | President Obama suggested intelligence agencies missed signs. Is that the whole story?
Allison Slater Tate
ON PARENTING | We straddled a world with technology and without. That makes parenting daunting.
CIVILITIES | Six out of 10 young Republicans now support same-sex marriage, according to a study.
Secret Service scandals, in 60 seconds
The Iraqi comedy on the Islamic State
Scenes from pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong
A quest to capture conflict, beauty in Congo
Beer man dreams of Beltway World Series
Michael Brown's mother: 'They robbed my son of his future'
A Congo clinic at the center of the conflict
A birth announcement for baby Clinton Mezvinsky
The best ways to pay back your student loans
Colbert punches his 'Mideast Frequent Bombing Card'
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George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin married on Saturday.
The Club for Growth strikes an effective balance.
Authorities are calling the gruesome crime a case of workplace violence
It’s deadly, but its transmission rate is lower than plagues like the measles or the Spanish flu.
The city’s chief financial officer warned that the trend could force up to $70 million in budget cuts.
NATIONALS JOURNAL | The Nationals have until 10 a.m. Friday to make their NLDS roster official.
WCO’s “I Capuleti e i Montecchi” presents some superb singing from Kate Lindsey and David Portillo.
What if police got that phone and couldn’t crack it?
One big mistake investors make -- and it’s not the only one -- is thinking the plan will run itself.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
IN THE LOOP | Journalists take to Twitter to take down the White House security team.
Overall, sales in the region will slow for the remainder of the year.
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In the wake of Jordan Zimmermann’s no-hitter, Tom Boswell talked Nationals, Redskins and more from D.C. sports.
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