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The strange star that has serious scientists talking about an alien megastructure
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Black Fashion Museum collection finds a fine home with Smithsonian
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Middling Marks
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Islamic charity officials gave millions to al-Qaeda, U.S. says
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That time when Shaquille O’Neal turned in the most dominant NBA Finals performance ever
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Cruz campaign paid $750,000 to ‘psychographic profiling’ company
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LaVoy Finicum, Ore. occupier who said he'd rather die than go to jail, did just that
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Sun Myung Moon dies at 92; Washington Times owner led the Unification Church
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This gay rights activist is suing the Chinese censors who banned his film
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George Kennedy, Oscar-winning character actor of ‘Cool Hand Luke,’ dies at 91
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Deaf rapper Sean Forbes makes himself joyfully heard on the hip-hop scene
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Zelda Fichandler, Arena Stage co-founder and matriarch of regional-theater movement, dies at 91
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George Mason law school to be renamed the Antonin Scalia School of Law
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The Grammy Guide; Picking Tonight's Platters: A Handicapper's Report
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The Washington Post Closes Sale to Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos
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Young South Koreans call their country ‘hell’ and look for ways out
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Game Turns Players Into Indie Moviemakers
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The 10 most liberal and conservative cities in the U.S. — as judged by campaign donors
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Chelsea Clinton gives birth to second child, son Aidan
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FBI takes lead on investigating armed takeover of federal building in Oregon; ranchers turn themselves in
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Ben H. Bagdikian, journalist with key role in Pentagon Papers case, dies at 96
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Betsy Drake, actress and writer who married Cary Grant, dies at 92
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Judge puts D.C. handgun ruling on hold
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Death toll in Pakistan bombing climbs past 70
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Adobe Voice app makes quick, slick animated videos with a professional look
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Marco Rubio and Carly Fiorina win the Republican debate
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Protesting racial injustice while white
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Glenn Frey, guitarist for the Eagles, dies at 67
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Licensed handgun carry now legal in District of Columbia: Palmer v. DC
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The 4th Democratic debate transcript, annotated: Who said what and what it meant
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Trump cancels Chicago rally over security concerns
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Mexico warden, 2 other prison officers charged over riot
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Oregon refuge occupiers plead not guilty as prosecutors say more people could be charged
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New Face of TV News First Seen in the '70s
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The Post Wins 6 Pulitzer Prizes
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W.Va. billionaire Jim Justice’s mission to restore the Greenbrier resort
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The U.S. needs to stop ignoring Tanzania’s media crackdowns
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The popular new perk companies are using to attract millennials
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Marty Napoleon, vivacious jazz pianist for Louis Armstrong, dies at 93
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As Kabul death toll rises, fears also boosted of more powerful Taliban bombs
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For Conservative Muslims, Goal of Isolation a Challenge
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Clergy torn over church, civil loyalties over same-sex marriage
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Rift Over Gay Unions Reflects Battle New to Black Churches
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In Flint, Mich., there's so much lead in children's blood that a state of emergency is declared
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CNN partnering with the Washington Times for March 10 debate in Miami
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Reporter who says she was manhandled by Trump campaign manager resigns from Breitbart
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Blacklisting of pro-Israel watchdog organization NGO Monitor by the Associated Press
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Merlo J. Pusey Dies at 83
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TV's Newest Anchor: A Smirk in Progress
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Federal judge declares D.C. ban on carrying handguns in public unconstitutional
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American victims of synagogue attack include rabbi from ‘family of princes’
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Él impulsa el debate hispano entre los precandidatos demócratas
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Mall-centric no more: Aging suburb targeted for a sweeping makeover
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'The Walking Dead' comes back to life for second season on AMC
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Carly Fiorina looks to break out after a shining performance in the undercard debate
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Milk Bar is here, and Momofuku’s long-anticipated debut is just around the corner
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Ted Leonsis takes control of the Washington Wizards
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Kony 2013: U.S. quietly intensifies effort to help African troops capture infamous warlord
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Jim Simpson, versatile sportscaster who helped launch ESPN, dies at 88
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Congress launches Syria sanctions drive
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In North Carolina, unimpeded GOP drives state hard to the right
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Obama’s ‘misleading’ comment on whistleblower protections
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This man bought 108 pounds of brisket to cook for the displaced Baton Rouge victims
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Yolande Betbeze Fox, a Miss America who rebelled, dies at 87
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John Solomon leaves Washington Times, joins Circa re-launch
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Goestenkors, Paris Win AP Women's Awards
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A transcript of Jill Stein’s meeting with The Washington Post editorial board
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The harrowing story behind the World Press Photo of the year
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Meet the veterans who have joined the Oregon militiamen
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Ted Leonsis reaches deal to buy Washington Wizards from Pollin family
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Andrew Krivak’s ‘The Sojourn,’ reviewed by Michael Dirda
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Canada’s ‘Ultra Rich Asian Girls’ and the biggest outpouring of wealth in history
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National Portrait Gallery names David Ward senior historian
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Maya Angelou honored for her first job as a street car conductor in San Francisco
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Ben Carson announces candidacy and says, ‘I’m not a politician’
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In Kim, an activist to lead the World Bank
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Attorney General Quits; Clash With Fenty Aide Cited
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Stephen W. Bosworth, three-time U.S. ambassador, dies at 76
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FAIRFAX VOTES FOR THE STATUS QUO
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Eduardo Galeano, influential Uruguayan author, dies at 74
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WikiLeaks emails: Pro-Clinton CNN political commentator pre-checked op-ed with DNC
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Everything you need to know about why CRISPR is such a hot technology
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When the skeleton in the family closet is a Nazi
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FBI releases video, explains how police fatally shot Oregon refuge occupier
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'These buildings will never, ever return to the federal government'
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Louise Erdrich’s ‘LaRose’: A gun accident sets off a masterly tale of grief and love
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U. of Kentucky shrouds a 1934 mural that depicts African American slaves
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Carly Fiorina won the 'Happy Hour' debate. By a lot.
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Book review: ‘The Legend of Broken’ by Caleb Carr
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Classy Soul Train Awards; Janet Jackson, Run-DMC Among Winners
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GOP congressman launches bid to oust John Boehner as House speaker
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Lawsuit claims teaching assistants at Amherst were told to sleep with students to boost enrollment
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BET founder Bob Johnson engaged to Lauren Wooden
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Robin Chandler Duke, career woman, ambassador’s wife and advocate for reproductive rights, dies at 92
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Donald J. Sobol dies: Author wrote popular ‘Encylopedia Brown’ series
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Avril Haines, new CIA #2, ran indie bookstore remembered for '90s 'erotica nights'
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Obamas attend church prior to White House swearing-in - The Washington Post
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Pop Images and Prints By Roy Lichtenstein
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U.N. climate summit is high-profile, but some of world’s most important leaders will skip it
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‘Ladies, it’s your fault': Viral video calls out India’s culture of victim-blaming
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With 'Zombieland,' D.C. Native Ruben Fleischer Turns His Directorial Debut Into a Hit
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Surreal Estate: Ted Leonsis buys lavish Potomac estate
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Shattering the China Dream
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The dam of self-restraint bursts for Pakistan’s Christians
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Yes, Donald Trump is still drawing massive crowds
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Elizabeth Strout’s ‘The Burgess Boys,’ reviewed by Ron Charles
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Suzanne Farrell Ballet: Big dreams, small scale
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Abandoned as a child bride, wife of Narendra Modi hopes he calls
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Lincoln Chafee ends Democratic bid for president
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NEW TIDE OF REFUGEES HEADS OUT OF RWANDA
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Are public-sector employees “overpaid”?
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Kitty Kallen, silken-voiced pop singer of ‘Little Things Mean a Lot,’ dies at 94
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Is the FTC doing enough to stop those mysterious hotel ‘resort fees’?
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Espionage Writer Anthony Cave Brown, 77
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Talking with Poland's foreign minister about the Ukraine crisis and Russia's next moves
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The mysterious fires that led to the Bundy clan's Oregon standoff
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Sens. Paul, Grassley challenge climate group’s spending on lobbying, alcohol and parties
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The wildly hyped $9 billion blood test company that no one really understands
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It’s time to get serious about science
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How David Petraeus avoided felony charges and possible prison time
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Oregon celebrates with free weed as recreational marijuana becomes legal
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Young's Case Scares Assembly
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Jack Horkheimer, 72, 'Star Gazer' and host of public TV astronomy show, dies (p1)
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[[Helen Hayes Awards]] Nominees
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David M. Abshire, CSIS founder, NATO ambassador and policymaker, dies at 88 – The Washington Post
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The David Sedaris dilemma: A fine line between ‘realish’ and real
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Graduation Opens GMU Arena
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ABC Cuts In: 'Dancing' Racks Up No. 1 Summer Ratings
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A DEATH AS REAL AS IT GETS
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Medicine (washingtonpost.com)
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U.S. Steel executive and friend of President Ford
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John Cho of ‘Selfie': ‘I experienced racism’
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The Submarines' 'Bourgeoisie' Gets a Boost From Feature in iPhone Commercials
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U.S. Open 2011: Serena Williams wins, but Li Na is knocked out in first round in straight sets
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Independence edges Freedom in OT
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Is Hillary Clinton getting taller? Or is the Internet getting dumber?
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British private security company employee jailed by Afghans amid crackdown
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Japan evacuates thousands from vicinity of two nuclear power plants - The Washington Post
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Here’s how falling oil prices could make the world more peaceful and cooperative
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Alan Rickman, actor who brought dynamic menace to ''Die Hard'' and ''Harry Potter'', dies at 69
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JAI "Heaven" RCA
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BATTLE THE BULGE WITH HOME EXERCISE VIDEOS
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Novelist Romain Gary Dies of Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound
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A Harpist's Plucky Charms
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As Zika virus spreads, El Salvador asks women not to get pregnant until 2018
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Health care data breaches have hit 30M patients and counting
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Paul Ryan’s widow’s peak: A game-changer in GOP veepstakes?
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The Barbarian Is Back, Slashing
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11 questions for Robin Hauser Reynolds, director of the CODE documentary
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Metro board has new leader: D.C. Council member Jack Evans
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Army general, accused of sexual assault by senior adviser, retired quietly with demotion
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Local Playwrights, Stirring the Plot; Writers Mull Success, D.C. & Baffling Muses
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Does anyone make accurate geopolitical predictions?
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Arresting black-and-white photos expose the beauty of ordinary vegetables
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Former SC Gov. Sanford confirms engagement to ex-mistress in affair that ended political hopes – The Washington Post
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William Christenberry's Kodak Brownie snapshots capture reality of South
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Arts Agency Chairman Is Moving On
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Assembly Weighing an Array of Measures on Gangs
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Remote U.S. base at core of secret operations
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Mick Zais
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Taiwanese fried chicken makes its D.C. debut
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Ruby Wilson, ‘The Queen of Beale Street,’ dies in Memphis
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Get the D.C. Council out of the procurement process
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The Trump Network sought to make people rich, but left behind disappointment
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Is Poland taking an authoritarian turn? Its new president explains.
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Undressing the Body Politic
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Rusty 1957 Plymouth Unearthed in Okla.
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Florida State’s unusual bond with Seminole Tribe puts mascot debate in a different light
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Jim Kolbe, former congressman, weds Hector Alfonso
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Professor Joseph Applegate Dies
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At Smithsonian's 'Juke Joint,' Last Call for a Vanished South
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Baltimore police: Freddie Gray died from a 'tragic injury to his spinal cord'
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Circling the media wagons
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Washington Times editor John Solomon resigns
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Elizabeth Strout’s ‘My Name is Lucy Barton’ review
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Eight Fairfax Schools May Close
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Deaths
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Del. Arora announces he won’t seek re-election to Maryland House of Delegates
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Police: At least 14 people killed, 14 others injured in mass shooting in San Bernardino, Calif.
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A reminder that your Instagram photos aren’t really yours: Someone else can sell them for $90,000
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Martin Quigley, who used film work as cover for World War II espionage, dies
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Philip Klass, 85, Dies; Aviation journalist, UFO debunker
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States where you can get a ‘Don’t Tread On Me’ license plate
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10 foreign Christmas traditions that Americans might want to adopt
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The Ascendant Son in Congo
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Obituaries
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Curve Appeal
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An Unwarranted Arrest
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Lydia Millet is not as popular as she should be. This novel will change that.
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Blue Jays Bring Rolen Back Into the Fold
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Renewed push for smart guns could trigger a new furor over the technology
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Director Mike Cahill on his favorite movie, faith, science and existential questions
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‘That Static Speaks My Name’ review: A 10-minute game that will stay with you for weeks
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Egypt's Ugly Election
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Islamic State tries to use Oregon takeover to turn Americans against their government
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THE EVERYDAY DREAMS OF BLUE NILE
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Fairfax Schools Chief Wants to Keep Grading System
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Coming To America
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Woman's Promotion to Deputy Chief Is a First for Prince George's Police Force
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Ready for Hillary: The smartest political business in recent memory
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Abe Vigoda the sunken Godfather
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Book review: ‘The Lives of Muhammad,’ by Kecia Ali and ‘Misquoting Muhammad,’ by Jonathan A.C. Brown.
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Gladys-Marie Fry, folklorist of black history, dies at 84
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Hemp fans look toward Lyster Dewey's past, and the Pentagon, for higher ground
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Grandson of ‘Citizen Kane’ co-writer continues a family tradition as a TCM host
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CyberCity allows government hackers to train for attacks
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Egypt elections marred by allegations of fraud
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After reading manuscript, scholar bailed on ‘Killing Reagan’ project
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Hanley Eyes Run for Va. No. 2 Post
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Lunch break: Time lapse tour of Ho Chi Minh city
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Brazil Model Who Battled Anorexia Dies
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CNN shops again at Politico, picking up media reporter Dylan Byers
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Harper hits 100th career HR as Nats beat Braves 7–1
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FTC Alleges Price Gouging, Illegal Monopoly for Baby Medicines
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Electric Literature recharges
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A Case That Shook Medicine
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Bryce Harper named National League co-player of the week
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Site Aperture
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Bonds Sets Baseball's Home Run Record
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Autechre's maneuvers in the dark
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Abe Vigoda, sunken-eyed 'Godfather', 'Barney Miller' actor, dies at 94
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‘An Unnecessary Woman,’ a piercing study of detachment and devotion
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Grassley calls for resignation of Justice Dept. official over guns operation – ''The Washington Post''
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Companies have found something to give their workers instead of raises
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Sallie Mae to move headquarters from Reston to Delaware, taking hundred of jobs
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Mark Brunell and other ex-players crushed Tom Brady on ESPN
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I teach philosophy at Columbia. But some of my best students are inmates.
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Donald Trump's contempt for the free market
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Sudan holds Darfur referendum that US says undermines peace
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Doug Atkins, intimidating Hall of Fame defensive end, dies at 85
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Karl Racine wins first-ever race for D.C. attorney general
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Eugenie Clark, ‘shark lady’ who explored ocean depths, dies at 92
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South Korea, at behest of conservative Christians, bans LGBT march
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FAIRFAX ELECTS DEMOCRAT HANLEY CHAIRMAN
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I won Miss World Canada. But my work puts my father at risk in China.
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Khizr Khan's loss: A grieving father of a soldier struggles to understand
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Orchestra Teaches Youngsters the Joy of Music
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New evidence suggests a ninth planet lurking at the edge of the solar system
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Almost all disabled TV characters are played by able-bodied actors. Can we fix that?
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Trump to huddle with influential Republicans in D.C. ahead of AIPAC speech
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Ted Bundy's VW goes on display at D.C. crime museum, but should it?
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Rain, sweat and brains: Inside the 2016 Washington Post Hunt
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Rein in pay-to-play politics on Capitol Hill
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Got DVR space? Even WGN’s Kentucky hillbilly drama ‘Outsiders’ is pretty good.
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Book review: "How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking," by Jordan Ellenberg
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Thanksgiving White House fence jumper released with restrictions until Jan. 12
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In video message, progressives tell Hillary Clinton: We're 'Ready for Boldness'
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The Bill Clinton scandal machine revs back up and takes aim at his wife
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When will we stop the genocide in North Korea?
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Israeli-made kamikaze drone spotted in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
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Bethany McLean and Joe Nocera's 'All the Devils Are Here'
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Priorities USA set to join 2016 fray with new leadership
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Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' turns life's lemons into furious pop
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Who is Josh Feuerstein, the man behind the Starbucks red cup frenzy?
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Luise Rainer, back-to-back Academy Award winner, dies
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Morning Plum: Trump explains to GOP rivals that taxing rich is not socialism
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The case of ‘zombie’ voters in South Carolina
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Holy DC connection! A local comic book writer used to work for the CIA!
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Every county in America, ranked by scenery and climate
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Black photographers tell their stories
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I was a civil rights activist in the 1960s. But it's hard for me to get behind Black Lives Matter.
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Florida Educator Named by Fairfax To Head Schools
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He almost missed his daughter’s college graduation. He got out of jail just in time.
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‘I am Trayvon Martin’ photo campaign: ‘We’re feeling an ambush of emotions.’
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82 Schools Win the Lottery, Wizards-Style
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Revolution Summer lives on — 30 years later
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U.S. deploys 80 troops to Chad to help find kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls
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State attorney general demands ex-professor's files from University of Virginia
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Washington Post bestsellers May 29, 2016
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Paul Walker’s teen daughter sues Porsche over his death in fiery crash
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Fairfax County Opens Its First Urban Park in Merrifield
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Ask The Post
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Arts In Brief
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Why a top food poisoning expert won’t ever eat these foods
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Ellison Uses Thomas Jefferson's Quran
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MU religious studies professor apologized to photojournalist Tim Tai
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"The Orchardist," by Amanda Coplin
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After early goal, U.S. national team scores plenty itself in World Cup qualifying
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Hamlet, Musicals Lead Helen Hayes Nominees
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Donald Trump says we're all too politically correct. But is that also a way to limit speech?
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Here's what Narendra Modi's fashion says about his politics – The Washington Post
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‘You Will Know Me’: Mean girls, tiger moms, Olympic dreams — and murder
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Wikipedia sting snares hundreds of accounts used for paid editing
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When All Else Fails, He Writes About It
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Hillary Clinton's Firewall May Be Missing Some Bricks
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Book World: Ron Charles reviews 'Parrot & Olivier in America,' by Peter Carey
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After a lifetime of capturing what was, Christenberry faces what is
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Washington Post Sale: Details of Bezos Deal
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Nats’ Bryce Harper and Kayla Varner engaged
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'Invasion' by Coors . . .
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Leader of Papua New Guinea military mutiny demands pardon after PM refuses to step down
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Guinness’s big contribution to economics research
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The strange saga of now-dead billionaire South Korean ferry owner Yoo Byung-un
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Book review: Man walks away and into dawn of psychiatry in 19th-century Europe
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Tridium’s Niagara Framework: Marvel of connectivity illustrates new cyber risks
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Vaccination debate flares in GOP presidential race, alarming medical experts
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‘Look’ by Solmaz Sharif and other best poetry this month
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NOW Elects Judy Goldsmith as President
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Sanders campaign reviewing Iowa caucus totals, says actual result may never be known
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In Flint, Mich., there’s so much lead in children’s blood that a state of emergency is declared
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Sen. Case to Seek D.C. Radial Route
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Jaimy Gordon's 'Lord of Misrule,' reviewed by Jane Smiley
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A tragic Greek character gets a comedic revival in ‘Medea’s Got Some Issues’
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Tabbles Free Gives You a New Way to Tag and Find Files
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Christine Brennan to stop using ‘Redskins’ in USA Today column
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Postmodern Jukebox turns back the clock on present-day pop hits at the Birchmere
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D.C. celebrates U Street history during packed Funk Parade
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EVANS TAKES NARROW WIN IN WARD 2
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$17 Million Camp Pledges Cub Scout Nirvana in Va.: [FINAL Edition]
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Closer Inspection: Rock this way
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Europe’s fear of Muslim refugees echoes rhetoric of 1930s anti-Semitism
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USA Swimming will allow hand signals to accommodate deaf athletes at Olympic trials
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Joyce Carol Oates honored at retirement gala
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The liberal war over the Obama legacy has already begun
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Jenny Owens Youngs finds inspiration in the dark
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William B. Bader, official who helped uncover CIA, Defense abuses, dies at 84
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‘Boy Meets Girl’ movie review: A small-town transgender love story - The Washington Post
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Gold medal, the Jamie Anderson way: meditation, incense and candles
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Senators Ask Plan for D.C. Belt Highway
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ESPN layoffs will gut the network’s production staff
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Playing God in your basement
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Memory Lanes
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Hanksy, Milbanksy: What will the next Banksy parody be?
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Drew Massey
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Female photographers tell important stories in landmark exhibition
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"That one was definitely alive": An undercover video at one of the nation’s biggest pork processors
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Wearing Down the Judicial System With a Pair of Pants
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The Facebook model for taking on jihadist groups online
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Venezuela’s homeless put their hopes in God and Chavez
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New principal to take the helm at Woodson High
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Justin Kaplan, acclaimed biographer of Twain and Whitman, dies at 88
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The ultimate guide to the best fried chicken sandwiches in the D.C. area
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Caps' Owners Buy Heft's WSE Stake
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Fairfax Democrats Keep Control of Board
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An Oil Fortune Bound in Red Tape
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The state of American zinfandel today
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Bombs in the Cause of Brotherhood
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George M. Elsey, one of the last links to the FDR White House, dies at 97
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Brandon Stoddard, ABC executive who developed ‘Roots’ miniseries, dies at 77
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Chief Among the Silliness
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‘Printing Out the Internet’ exhibit is crowdsourced work of art
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The Edge Chronicles
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Buccaneers sign 9 players to reserve/futures contracts
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Joshua Harmon may be a student yet, but he has shown his playwriting prowess
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FBI Looking For Motive In Surry Case
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Pope Francis suggests contraception could be permissible in Zika fight
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Frank Mankiewicz, political and media insider, dies at 90
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Bob Woodward: Obama’s sequester deal-changer
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New York Times invents ‘Kyrzbekistan’
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Harper Lee, elusive author of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ is dead at 89
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White House shooting suspect appears in court, remains jailed
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‘Beautiful Ruins’ by Jess Walter
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Ted Cruz wins Kansas caucuses, gains momentum on ‘Super Saturday’
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Obama creates indefinite detention system for prisoners at Guantanamo Bay
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David Koch donates $35 million to National Museum of Natural History for dinosaur hall
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For the first time, scientists find complex organic molecules in an infant star system
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Atari Introduces Game In Attempt for Survival
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5th Republican debate transcript, annotated: Who said what and what it meant
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Grappling With School Closings
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Evolutionary innovation caught in the act
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Dale Bumpers, Arkansas politician and barbed wit of the Senate, dies at 90
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People actually Googled to figure out what was on Ted Cruz’s lip
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Russian court shuts down human rights group in continued crackdown
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Affidavit for search warrant
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Local news: Beauty Pill to record new album at Artisphere
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Sydney Leathers on Anthony Weiner: ‘He had me wrapped around his finger because he knew I had him on a pedestal’
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SXSW: Foursquare Scores Despite Its Flaws
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Joseph F. Engelberger, pioneer of robotics, dies at 90
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Russia is harassing U.S. diplomats all over Europe
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Book review: Ron Charles reviews 'So Much for That' by Lionel Shriver
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‘Deferral’: Performance piece at Corcoran takes on blood donation, gay rights
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U.S. drone base in Ethiopia is operational
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Hush-A-Phone
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For 44 D.C. area theater companies, new plays by women will take center stage in fall of 2015
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America’s best-selling cars and trucks are built on lies: The rise of fake engine noise
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Game of Crones: In praise of the older women of HBO's fantasy epic
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Fairfax Bus Service to Begin
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In the stories it tells, the National Mall reflects America’s state of constant change
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‘Humble objects’ of a sunken slave ship tell a powerful and emotional story
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Who is the Route 29 Batman? This guy.
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Book Review: 'Lake Overturn' by Vestal McIntyre
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‘I play with guns': Caron Butler’s inside account of the Gilbert Arenas gun incident
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Lawmaker to Fight Ouster
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Jonathan Waldman’s ‘Rust’ shows the substance’s corrosive power
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Michel Richard, innovative chef who made D.C. a capital of dining, dies at 68
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Shirley Temple Black, actress and diplomat, dies at 85
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Clinton is banking on the Obama coalition to win
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Trump stirs outrage after he lashes out at the Muslim parents of a dead U.S. soldier
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Kathy Griffin rings in 2010 by uttering profanity about Balloon Boy on CNN
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Philosophy’s gender bias: For too long, scholars say, women have been ignored.
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Gyrocopter pilot: I will take campaign finance reform fight to jury if needed
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Jack Horkheimer, 72, 'Star Gazer' and host of public TV astronomy show, dies (p2)
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Northrop picks headquarters building in Fairfax County
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White House crasher Tareq Salahi is engaged
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Firm's gadget-filled vans tests network quality for cellular, mobile broadband providers
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Is the federal pay system flexible enough to recruit and retain the best?
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Wikipedia has a ton of money. So why is it begging you to donate yours?
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The Tempest
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What went wrong with Joan Rivers’s last medical procedure: lawsuit
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‘The Nest’ review: What happens when that nest egg cracks?
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Hanley Says She Won't Run For Lt. Gov.
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Edgar D. Mitchell, Apollo astronaut who walked on the moon, dies at 85
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Nova Pilbeam, British teen star of 1930s Hitchcock films, dies at 95
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It’s time to stop the endless hype of the ‘Willie Horton’ ad
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The Horros of Hellraiser
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'Sex After ...' author Iris Krasnow: 'Never TMI for me'
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Monte Irvin, Hall of Fame baseball star who began in Negro leagues, dies at 96
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Big-Picture Books; For New Public Affairs Imprint, Highbrow Hopes
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12-Year Term for 'Cell Phone' Bank Robber
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Seraphic Fire vocal ensemble proves a vivid visitor
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Despite BP corporate code, firm has made political contributions
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‘40 under 40: Craft Futures’ at the Renwick Gallery
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Moon and fired executives buy Washington Times for $1
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Edgar Vincent; Opera Stars' PR Man
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That loud bang that startles you awake: It may be ‘exploding head syndrome’
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A Superintendent Under Fire
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Lois Alexander Lane; Founder Of Harlem Institute of Fashion
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No Labels stakes out a national agenda
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Armed activists in Oregon touch off unpredictable chapter in land-use feud
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Howard Koslow, stamp designer whose masterpieces adorned millions of items of mail, dies at 91
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Kwame Alexander aims to win readers who are at the age he hated books
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House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy drops out of race for House speaker
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Keep Harriet Tubman – and all women – off the $20 bill
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How mass incarceration creates ‘million dollar blocks’ in poor neighborhoods
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Hochberg confirmed for Import-Export Bank; Perez clears hurdle for Labor post
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Kennedy Center's 16 Lead Hayes Awards; Arena Follows With 15 Nominations
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Nuruddin Farah's "Hiding in Plain Sight" wrestles with grand political, social themes
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Three American hostages are Iran's answer to President Obama.
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She Sings the Music Industry’s Praises
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HECHINGER TRIES TO REBUILD ITSELF
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Del. Michael Futrell joins race for open Virginia Senate seat
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Ann Caracristi, who excelled at code-breaking and management, dies at 94
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The Volokh Conspiracy: Opinion: The new (and much improved) 'Bluebook' caught in the copyright cross‑hairs
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Words at the Library On Black Women's Art
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Who was Bal Thackeray and why did Mumbai come to a standstill this weekend?
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Winners and losers from the Nevada GOP caucuses
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Yahweh Ben Yahweh; Led Violent Cult
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Doctors groups call for end to unnecessary procedures
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Transgender Obama heckler Jennicet Gutiérrez hailed by some LGBT activists
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They’re the biggest band in Asia, but Big Bang’s days may be numbered
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New science fiction from James L. Cambias, Rachel Bach and Scott Sigler
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Book review: ‘The Language of Flowers,’ by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
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Net Neutrality's Quiet Crusader
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Washington Post To Be Sold to Jeff Bezos, the Founder of Amazon
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Navy football deserves salute for success under Ken Niumatalolo, Paul Johnson
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Light Frozen in Glass
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For John and Jackie Kennedy, the death of a son may have brought them closer
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Value Added: His bus business moves big crowds for big profits
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Fla. City Delighted As Fairfax Takes Its School Chief
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The Region In Review
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Europeans Reluctant to Follow Obama on Afghan Initiative
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Inova Cuts 113 Staffers, Reduces Work Hours
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German Supply Lines Flow With Beer in Afghanistan
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After confronting a suicide bomber, this soldier must swap running for the Medal of Honor
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Broadway’s ‘Bridges of Madison County’ opens
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Chip Kelly, football’s most intriguing figure, is also its most unknown
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The fall and rise of jack hofsiss
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Kaine Signs Bill to Create 'Choose Life' Plate
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Intelligence community watchdog reconfirms that dozens of Clinton emails were classified
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COMMENTARY: A new kind of virginity
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Joan Leslie, girl-next-door movie star of the 1940s, dies at 90
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Syria Internet outage: How it might have happened and what it means
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Why civil rights leader Diane Nash refused to march at Selma this weekend
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People: Parks and Recreation Group Honors 2 Fairfax Residents
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Can women give immigration reform the boost it needs?
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Bob Elliott, master satirist of radio fame, dies at 92
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Why aren’t we calling the Oregon occupiers 'terrorists'?
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Ashraf Pahlavi, twin sister of Iran’s late shah, dies at 96
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'Supermajority' of House Freedom Caucus to back Paul Ryan's speaker bid
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Sorry, boy band haters: One Direction seems unstoppable
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The Satanic Temple’s giant statue of a goat-headed god is looking for a home
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Bosnia’s National Museum, facing closure due to unpaid bills, gets a reprieve - The Washington Post
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How pharma keeps a trove of drug trials out of public view
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The Busy Life of Obama Scheduler Alyssa Mastromonaco
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The long struggle over the legal bounds of fighting terrorism
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AccuWeather extends its controversial, 45-day weather forecasts to 90 days
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GMU Asks Legislators for Faculty Pay Raises
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Book World: Review of 'The Financial Lives of the Poets' by Jess Walter
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Patty Duke: The original survivor of dysfunctional child stardom
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Dr. Gertrude Hunter, 79; Public Health Crusader
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NEWS NEAR YOU: FAIRFAX COUNTY PARK AUTHORITY DIRECTOR RESIGNS
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Conservatives are mad at Fox News and Megyn Kelly. They shouldn’t be.
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TMZ was first — again. Will its word alone ever be good enough for traditional media?
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Ex-Dodgers owner McCourt gives Georgetown $100 million to launch public policy school
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Why is July 17 the date on the emoji calendar?
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Get ready: Experts say a government shutdown is likely
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Haiti: Loyalists Seek Dictator’s Return
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What a massive sexual assault survey found at 27 top U.S. universities
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Teen Feared Death After Change From Islam to Christianity
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Rwanda should have been a wake-up call. Why do the crises continue?
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Obamas attend church prior to White House swearing-in
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Former All-Met and George Mason Patriot Justin Bour homers against hometown team
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Washington Times editor Richard Miniter files discrimination claim
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Frank Taylor; Founding Director Of American History Museum
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Cloud of sequestration looms over D.C. region
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The War on Men, or Alas For the 1790s
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National Gallery's New Year's Bounty; Pop Art, Calders Among Gifts
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FTC Challenge Blocks Inova Merger
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Colonial Williamsburg sells Carter’s Grove Plantation after bankruptcy
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Ambassador Nirupama Rao, India’s new woman in Washington
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Last week, the International Criminal Court convicted a war criminal. And that revealed one of the ICC’s weaknesses.
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How a new generation of activists is trying to make abortion normal
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DEAD ENDS
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HANLEY HOPES FOR FULL TERM IN PROVIDENCE
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Redskins sign 13 players to reserve/future contracts
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An Easter Sunday suicide bombing shows plight of Pakistan’s Christians
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Ghazala Khan: Trump criticized my silence. He knows nothing about true sacrifice.
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This is what happens when you create an online community without any rules, part 2
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American Press Institute to merge with NAA Foundation
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Mariuccia Mandelli, innovative Italian fashion designer, dies at 90
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Ohio executes inmate using new, single-drug method for death penalty
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Best CDs of the year will make kids want to rock, sing, move
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When You Reach Me
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O’Reilly’s ‘Killing Reagan’ co-author still fishing for key 1987 memo
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Linking Bush to 9/11 Is Why Van Jones Had to Go
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Doris C. Halaby, mother of Queen Noor of Jordan, dies at 97
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THE LEGACY OF PETER KUMP
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Florence King, acerbic conservative writer, dies at 80
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Chinese Envoy Gave N. Korea Data to South, Officials Say
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Prosecutor in retrial of man charged in Levy murder acknowledges ‘mistake’
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Call off the bee-pocalypse: U.S. honeybee colonies hit a 20-year high
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I was a CEO-turned-prime minister. Business acumen isn’t enough to run a country.
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What the saga of Miss World Canada reveals about China’s brittle regime
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The Bomb That Shook America
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U-Va. should fight Cuccinelli's faulty investigation of Michael Mann
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Slate magazine lays off Jack Shafer, Timothy Noah
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How a 1965 immigration reform created illegal immigration
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Kennedy Center upgrading Jason Moran to artistic director for jazz with 3-year renewal
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Russian Media Magnate Arrested at Villa in Spain
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'Superbugs' Could Benefit Humans
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Gene Upshaw had $15 million fund from NFL players union
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"Front Row Seat: A photographic Portrait of the Presidency of George W. Bush" by Eric Draper
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Al Jazeera's U.S. Face
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Scissor Sisters: On the Cutting Edge
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Striking Back Against the Mob
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Lady Gaga, Oprah at Harvard, launch singer’s youth-empowerment foundation
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Jonabell Horse Farm Founder Dies at 88
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Larry Rosen, music producer and label founder, dies at 75
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LEONARD ROSE CELLO COMPETITION
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Music; More Than `Allright'; At Cap Centre, Dancing Dynamo Janet Jackson
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The lessons of Juneteenth still matter 150 years later
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His modeling photos got him noticed, but didn’t show one thing: He’s deaf
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‘The Girls,’ by Emma Cline: Charles Manson, reimagined
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Mattiwilda Dobbs, pathbreaking operatic soprano, dies at 90
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Egypt can stop its spiral toward radicalization
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THE BIZ KIDS
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He was abused by a female teacher, but he was treated like the perpetrator
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Afghan man, detained for being Sikh, is released from prison
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washingtonpost.com: Style Live: Museums & Galleries
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Dana Milbank: Conservatives to women: Lean back
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New York Stories: Emily Gould, 'And the Heart Says Whatever'
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Wizards' O'Malley Will Step Down
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Peace Marchers Meet in Loudoun; Disarmament Activists Prepare for 450-Mile Trek Across Russia
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Ted Cruz is not eligible to be president
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James Crumley; Inspired Generation of Crime Writers
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CORRECTIONS
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New NASA data show how the world is running out of water
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Bud Collins, colorful Hall of Fame tennis commentator, dies at 86
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Still striving for MLK's dream in the 21st century
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What most Americans think of Islam today
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One Marine's Moment
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Jerry Falwell Jr.: ‘If more good people had concealed-carry permits, then we could end those’ Islamist terrorists
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D.C. Working Families coalition launches, targets minimum wage hike
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Animal lovers use biotech to develp milk made by man instead of a cow
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Polio vaccine effort in Syria reaches 1.4 million children as volunteers brave violence
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Trust us. You can use the liquid from a can of beans to make dessert.
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From capers to conspiracies, Dark Circle kicks off ‘reality’ genre stories with tomorrow’s Black Hood
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Sanders campaign says it was denied paper records of Iowa caucus vote
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The Latest: Baltimore mayor calls for peace after protests
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Capturing the Mighty Wrath Of 'Destruction'
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Gazette papers in Montgomery, Prince George’s to close
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Voicing Their Outrage
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Fabricated Fours: Abbey Road on the River
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U.Va. says Cuccinelli subpoena a sweeping demand that will imperil academia
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Review: ‘The Pure Gold Baby,’ by Margaret Drabble
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The Horne Legacy: mezzo-soprano Marilyn Horne turns 80
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Donald Trump says he'll 'open up libel laws'
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Mary Lou Beatty; Editor at NEH, Post
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Macklemore and Obama talk opioid addiction
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I called this place ‘America’s worst place to live.’ Then I went there.
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Keeping It in the Family
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Chinese diplomat Han Xu dies at 70
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Meet the White House’s first transgender staffer
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Bush's Muse Stands Accused: Speeches Weren't His, Colleague Says
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Jennifer Frey, former writer for The Post's Sports and Style pages, dies at 47
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Syria revolution: A revolt brews against Bashar al- Assad’s regime
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Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick split up
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Prime Minister Modi wore a suit that takes personalization to a ridiculous extreme
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Bryce Harper blasts homer in fourth straight game
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Study Says Syndicated Shows Are the Real TV Bad Guys
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Sam Simon, co-creator of ‘The Simpsons,’ dies at 59
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Plate Lab: Karaage is like Japanese fried chicken
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U.S. moves drone fleet from Camp Lemonnier to ease Djibouti’s safety concerns
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Summer concerts featuring kids music
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Review: ‘The Story of Land and Sea,’ by Katy Simpson Smith
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Participant in 1980 assassination of Romero in El Salvador provides new details
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Top McCain Adviser Has Found Success Mixing Money, Politics
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Names of D.C. Schools Reflect Heritage of Black Leadership
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Spain on Trial
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Brotherhood, Not Bombs
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Andre Courrèges, 92, French fashion designer known for miniskirt, dies
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Arab Spring yields different outcomes in Bahrain, Egypt and Libya
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Philadelphia reporters recount professional, personal tales for book on police corruption
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Counting on government to protect cars from hackers isn’t our best option
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For Blacks, Race Is the Reason
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A Lost Child Finds Himself in Adulthood
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Pat Conroy, best-selling author of ‘Great Santini’ and ‘Prince of Tides,’ dies at 70
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Plate Lab: A guide to Asian shaved ice desserts halo-halo, bao-bing and bingsoo
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North Carolina governor pardons two men who spent 30 years behind bars
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New Medical Center Offers Range of Care
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A mind is a terrible thing to waste at Yale
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Man who won’t grant religious divorce to ex-wife is given rabbinical sanction
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Bosnia Declares Sovereignty
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Ex-Official Sentenced for Abramoff Gifts
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'Man on Fire' review: Salvation through extreme record-breaking
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What is feminist hero Susan Estrich doing representing Roger Ailes?
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Class of 2019 admit rates: From selective to ultra-ultra-selective
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'Message From Space': Nuts Over 'Star Wars'
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Church Decides To Convert 7 Schools
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Green Stampede: The Redeeming History of Trading Stamps
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Marc Chagall: The French painter who inspired the title ‘Fiddler on the Roof’
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Virginia club hockey goalie chugs beer during game, gets ejected
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Theme Park-Like Camp for Cub Scouts Built on Old Disney Site
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‘Maestra’: The sexiest novel in years also has a delicious plot
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Vint Lawrence, CIA officer who became a sharp-eyed caricaturist, dies at 76
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U.S. threatened massive fine to force Yahoo to release data
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'Atomic' Filmmakers: Trio With a Point of View
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Due process is still being kicked off campus
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The Supreme Court’s devotees go DIY
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Craig Windham, anchor for two decades of NPR’s hourly newscasts, dies at 66
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How the PSATs became the best source of teen memes you’ll never understand
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Finalists for Canada’s $75,000 Cundill Prize in Historical Literature
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Va. Senate battle produces more million-dollar races
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Hanley Ends Effort to Challenge Moran
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Apps to turn those phone photos into photo books
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D.C. Water begins harnessing electricity from every flush
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Peace Corps volunteers petition to reinstate sexual assault victims’ advocate who was pushed out
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Haiti Loses Lawsuit Against Duvalier
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There are now more guns than people in the United States
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For CBS, a November to Remember
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Jonathan Yardley Picks the Best Books of 2008
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The other assassination that led up to World War I
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PornHub crowdfunds for sex tape filmed in space
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Rare portraits reveal Nigeria’s young and fashionable elite on the rise in the 20th century
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FULL-TIME BOARD FOR FAIRFAX?
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Don’t buy the trade deal alarmism
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Royals put Yuniesky Betancourt on DL with sprained ankle, call up Irving Falu from Triple-A – The Washington Post
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U.S. relies on Persian Gulf bases for airstrikes in Iraq
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Ban on Same-Sex Unions Added to Va. Constitution
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Trump says he wants to pay legal fees for the man who sucker-punched a protester. Can he?
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A Cycle of Cathay
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Woodson principal announces retirement
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‘The End of Power From Boardrooms to Battlefields and Churches to States, Why Being In Charge Isn’t What It Used’ by Moises Naim
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God And The City
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HANLEY'S VISION CALLED OBSCURE
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Plame's Suit Against Top Officials Dismissed
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Charles Diggs Dies at 75
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Michel Richard's Mass Appeal
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Here are the best photo books for all those pictures languishing in your computer (and phone)
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Here’s what made it into Congress’s big spending and tax bills
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How #BernieMadeMeWhite became a rallying cry on Twitter
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The immorality of Afghanistan’s ‘moral crimes’
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The world knew him as the Route 29 Batman. His sons knew him as LBR, their superhero dad.
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The Episcopal Church approves religious weddings for gay couples after controversial debate
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Donald Trump Buys Lowes Island Club in Sterling
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Southern Baptists to open their ranks to missionaries who speak in tongues
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What Singapore can teach us
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Paul Bley, innovative pianist in modern jazz, dies at 83
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Fairfax Superintendent Jack D. Dale to retire
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Saudi Arabia launches ‘Islamic military alliance’ to combat terrorism
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Every politician should tell us what they think about evolution and climate change
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Radical Pop-Up Schools: A new way to reach educationally disadvantaged communities
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To South Sudan’s woes, add famine — 50,000 kids at risk of death
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DNC and RNC won’t add a debate, but give their blessings to Black Lives Matter presidential town hall
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Archaeologists Discover Ancient Beehives
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In Six Tales, One Show of Music, Folk History
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A Marriage of Ideas and Service
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Does the Khan Academy know how to teach?
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‘High Dive’ review: A bomb is ticking under the prime minister
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Stacey Kincaid is elected Fairfax County’s first female sheriff
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Jesse Jackson's 'Hymietown' Remark – 1984
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Putting a Fresh Face on Jesus; Discovery, PBS Specials Explore Changing Images
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Northwestern University will stay a decade longer in Qatar
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Hearts of Dorkness
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IMF Protests Start Small With 75-Person Rally
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Steelers sign lineman Hubbard, fullback Nix to extensions
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National GOP pulls funding from Todd Akin's Missouri race
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Fairfax Replaces Superintendent
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Express Highway System Plans Revealed for Md.-Capital Area
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Big wins for incumbents, Democrats in Virginia’s largest jurisdiction
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Meet Sally Lloyd-Jones, the most successful Christian author you've never heard of – The Washington Post
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To improve schools, let teachers run them
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Album review: "Rave on Buddy Holly"
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Silver Spring-based Acorn Media streams British TV classics
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What the EPA was doing when it sent yellow sludge spilling into a Colorado creek
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Amtrak ends role as VRE operator; Keolis to start Monday
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ESPN shuts down Grantland months after parting ways with Bill Simmons
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George Mason Plans 9,200-Seat Arena
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GMU Arena Opens Oct. 4
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WORLD IN BRIEF
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Gay Muslim films secret pilgrimage in ‘A Sinner in Mecca’
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GAO hits EPA for ‘covert propaganda’ to promote ‘waters of the United States’ (WOTUS) rule
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Md. GOP Weighs Ouster of Chief Amid Debt and Decrease in Rolls
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Boutros Boutros-Ghali, U.N. secretary general who clashed with U.S., dies at 93
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Spoofing cellphone addiction, to hilarious effect
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Scott Brown wants us to discuss whether or not he was a lobbyist. So we did.
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IT SOUNDS LIKE TROUBLE
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Meet the pastry chef who does a little political consulting on the side
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Senate passes Obamacare repeal, Planned Parenthood defunding bill, putting Republicans on record
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In Sync With a Hollywood Legend; Lypsinka's Co-Star Finds That His Role in 'Passion' Calls for More Than Mere Lip Service
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Lisa Yuskavage: Critiquing Prurient Sexuality, or Disingenuously Peddling a Soft-Porn Aesthetic?
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House passes Obamacare repeal that could be in trouble in the Senate
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Redskins sue former player for $40,000 they paid him by mistake
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Cuban Taekwondo Athlete Puts Worst Foot Forward
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National Review’s Charles Cooke rips Trump over ‘failing publication’ tweet
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FOR WILDER, AN OPPORTUNITY THAT MISSED
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Bowdoin update: On Facebook, school flaunted photos of alumni, students in school-provided sombreros
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Update: Columbia University divesting from private prison companies. Why other schools should too.
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Watt's It All About, Marty?
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Why are there so few girls in children’s books?
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The rise of the avocado, America’s new favorite fruit
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Airier, Better-Organized American History Museum to Reopen
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'The Man Who Saved the Union: Ulysses Grant in War and Peace' by H. W. Brands (book review)
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Primed to Fight the Government
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Why did Narendra Modi keep his wife secret for almost 50 years?
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States are competing to be the Silicon Valley of drones
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Senate legislation may slow, but quorums continue
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Loudoun Valley’s Drew Hunter named Gatorade National Cross-Country Runner of the Year
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LAMBERT CAUGHT IN TUG OF WAR OVER PARKLAND
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The Volokh Conspiracy: Opinion: The new (and much improved) ‘Bluebook’ caught in the copyright cross‑hairs
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John Oliver slams Trump, a.k.a. Donald 'Drumpf,' for 22 brutal minutes
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John Oliver has received ‘thousands’ of donations for his televangelism ministry
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No, the NCAA tournament isn’t dumping ‘One Shining Moment’
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Paper Says Bush Talked of Bombing Arab TV Network
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CD review: T-Model Ford's 'The Ladies Man'
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‘Ordinary Days’ is an extraordinarily charming musical of questing young New Yorkers
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Bulova Declares Victory in Fairfax
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VW's Move to Herndon Revs Economy
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Pakistan's prime minister is defying the clerics — very carefully
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How James Madison doctored the story of the Constitutional Convention of 1787
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Indian women push back against campus curfews
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Is ranking failed or fragile states a futile business?
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What the creators of ‘Ackee and Saltfish’ and #BlackOutDay have in common
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Land-Sale Victims May Get $14 Million In FTC Agreement
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The Latest: Pope sends Mexico condolences over prison riot
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Redskins waive injured safety Trenton Robinson; DeSean Jackson listed as probable
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Ben Carson to postpone first rally to say goodbye to his ailing mother
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Rob Ford, troubled and tempestuous Toronto mayor, dies at 46
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MSNBC to sever ties with Melissa Harris-Perry after host’s critical email
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Stein Eriksen, Olympic champion who helped popularize skiing, dies at 88
1
Yemeni ‘global terrorist’ says he hascounterterrorism advice for Washington
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U.Va.: Cuccinelli brief an 'editorial screed' that proves he's targeting academic
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Virginia Gov.-elect McAuliffe chooses veteran Democrats for key Cabinet appointments
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Lady Gaga, Oprah at Harvard, launch singer's youth-empowerment foundation
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Ellsworth J. Davis, first black photographer for The Washington Post, dies at 86
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Andre Courreges, 92, French fashion designer known for miniskirt, dies
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Five years of Bitcoin in one post
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Lockheed Gets Census Job
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Romney bundlers are key to his presidential campaign
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The all-female militias of Syria
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Germany springs to action over hate speech against migrants
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Protesters shut down Chicago’s ‘Magnificent Mile’ in demonstrations over police slaying of Laquan McDonald
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Bursts of Laughter
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The Gore of Your Dreams
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HBO Documentary 'The Nine Lives of Marion Barry' Will Be Featured at Silverdocs
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A revealing look into Donald Trump’s unofficial Internet campaign
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Beads that shimmer with aspiration at Anacostia museum
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Review: ‘Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage,’ by Haruki Murakami
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Skirmishes erupt after Trump cancels Chicago rally over security concerns
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PERSONALITIES
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Scott Walker clears big legal hurdle in Wisconsin
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In Oregon, frustration over federal land rights has been building for years
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Crab Bowl Trophy to be presented to winner
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Cooking for One: Dinner on Your Terms
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After 20 Years of Columns, Checking the Rearview Mirror One Last Time
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'Hardcore Pawn' Returns, with no Redeeming Value
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U.S. News college rankings: Amid predictability, some major shifts
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Turkish Army Moves Against Leftists' 'Liberated Zone'
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Clinton Rejects Israeli Claims of Accord on Settlements
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Syrian Americans anxiously monitor uprising
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Rabbi to the Rescue: Menachem Youlus is called the Indiana Jones of Torah recovery and restoration. But there are doubts about his thrilling tales.
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Stop mocking Starbucks’s ‘Race Together.’ It could actually lead to useful conversations about race.
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How mosquitoes with 'self-destruct' genes could save us from Zika virus
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Ever wondered about the lead in pencils?
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Greater Washington's Roads of the Future in Color: Officials Favor $328 Million Road Plan; Cost Is Big Problem
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Last Voyage of the S.S. Poet
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Massachusetts court rules ‘under God’ in pledge does not discriminate against atheists
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John J. Phelan Jr., ex-chairman of New York Stock Exchange, dies at 81
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Garry Shandling, who parodied TV’s conventions in two hit comedy shows, dies at 66
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Alan G. Merten to retire as George Mason University president
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The MTV Video Music Awards: A history of its tastelessness
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Marjane Satrapi
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Does North Korea execute people with antiaircraft guns? New satellite images suggest the rumors may be true.
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Students put AccuWeather long-range forecasts to the test
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Supreme Court strikes Arizona’s ‘matching funds’ for publicly financed candidates
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'Indian Ink,' 'Sweeney Todd' Top Hayes Nominations
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Is it possible to meet the ‘Responsibility to Protect’?
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'Brain zapping': Veterans say experimental PTSD treatment has changed their lives
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At Tax Clinic, Some Relief From Those Low-Income Blues
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Hayes Awards For Director, Play Hit 'Home'; Washington Theater Honors Its Own With Ceremony
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Gilbert Kaplan, millionaire businessman and self-taught maestro of Mahler, dies at 74
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Storm and Twang Draw Big Ratings for CBS
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‘Colors of Confinement’: Japanese internment camp photographs by Bill Manbo
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Controversial Cambodian to Visit U.S.
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Today’s winning Google Doodle invoking Black Lives Matter was designed by high school sophomore
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‘Man on Fire’ review: Salvation through extreme record-breaking
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D.C. can require gun applicants to provide a ‘good reason’ for now
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Loving Calvados to the Core
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Iowa caucuses: Here’s how the voting works
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Singer Natalie Cole Has Come Full Circle
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Judges and ‘corpus linguistics’
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Salary, Gender and the Social Cost of Haggling
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Kipenzi, baby giraffe beloved by millions, dies in Dallas Zoo mishap
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George Mason hires Bucknell’s Dave Paulsen to replace Paul Hewitt
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New president Deborah Rutter is Kennedy Center’s breath of fresh air from Windy City
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Why write about tiny sombreros?
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The 10 best food cities in America, ranked
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N.Y. Mayor Bloomberg gives $50 million to fight coal-fired power plants
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Zombies, high-profile veterans share screen in new NSFW ‘Range 15′ movie trailer
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TV highlights: A moving Ruben Salazar documentary on PBS
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America’s Most Challenging High Schools national top 25 list for 2015
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Afghan rape victim freed, may not have to marry her attacker
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Did historical Jesus really exist? The evidence just doesn’t add up.
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How Chita Rivera keeps dancing at 83, with 16 screws in her leg
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Harry Reid endorses Chuck Schumer to succeed him as Senate Democratic leader
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Sen. Graham moved up in Air Force Reserve ranks despite light duties
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This Time, A Choice For Voters
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Cursive handwriting is disappearing from public schools
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What Bill O’Reilly’s new book on Ronald Reagan gets wrong about Ronald Reagan
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Here’s what Narendra Modi’s fashion says about his politics – The Washington Post
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FAIRFAX BOARD CHAIRMAN CANDIDATES PRESENT DIVERGENT PERSONALITIES
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U.S. expands secret intelligence operations in Africa
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Pentagon set to open second drone base in Niger as it expands operations in Africa
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Woodward Was Told of Plame More Than Two Years Ago
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Testing the Current
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As Kishi Bashi, Kaoru Ishibashi finding hard-earned success on the solo circuit
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The many, many problems with FCKH8’s ‘potty-mouthed princess’ video
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Putin pushes NGO foreign agent law
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A 'Peacemaker' Is Laid to Rest
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Aaron Shikler, court painter of American nobility, dies at 93
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Political correctness devours yet another college, fighting over mini-sombreros
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‘Youngblood’ review: A novel about the Iraq War from a soldier who was there
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NRA money helped reshape gun law
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MOORE TROUNCES HERRITY
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
2016-03-23
1
29 June 2010
1
2014-10-03
1
2010-11-17
1
2015-12-04
1
July 2, 2010
1
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1
2014-05-09
1
2014-05-06
1
2011-11-29
1
2014-12-15
1
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1
2015-11-20
1
2015-11-25
1
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1
2015-11-27
1
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1
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1
1995-02-02
1
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1
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1
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1
2016-07-30
1
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1
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1
2011-11-22
1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
28 March 2016
1
2014-01-09
1
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1
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1
2011-01-04
1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
2010-12-10
1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
2010-01-31
1
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1
2011-03-15
1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
2012-07-23
1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
2012-08-09
1
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1
2015-10-20
1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1

last

Bernstein
32
Schudel
24
Langer
16
Sullivan
12
Wemple
12
Charles
12
Smith
11
Harrington
10
Brown
10
Kaplan
9
Farhi
8
Whitlock
8
Anderson
7
Lipton
7
Svrluga
6
Shear
6
Shapiro
6
Ohlheiser
6
Press
6
Fisher
6
DeBonis
6
Johnson
6
Heath
6
Wagner
5
Ingraham
5
Bump
5
Richards
5
Strauss
5
Helderman
5
Cillizza
5
Heil
5
Warrick
5
Dewey
5
Wang
5
Miller
5
Barnes
4
Judkis
4
Moyer
4
Stuever
4
Londoño
4
Bever
4
Taylor
4
Montgomery
4
Babb
4
Midgette
4
Olivo
4
McCarthy
4
Kurtz
4
Jenkins
4
Source
4
DelReal
4
Yahr
4
Weil
4
Dougherty
4
Trescott
3
Gibbons-Neff
3
Lamothe
3
Davidson
3
Pressley
3
Baker
3
Itkowitz
3
Jr
3
Sellers
3
Rogin
3
Achenbach
3
Marks
3
Boorstein
3
Board
3
Craig
3
Stone
3
Janes
3
Roberts
3
Phillip
3
Ferdman
3
Heim
3
Givhan
3
Tsukayama
3
Terris
3
Phillips
3
Rauhala
3
Volokh
3
Fifield
3
Tucker
3
Flock
3
Allen
3
Bailey
3
Stewart
3
Dirda
3
Kennicott
3
Goff
3
McLaughlin
3
Rampell
3
Clarke
3
Fix
3
Swanson
3
Levey
3
Berman
2
Capehart
2
Cox
2
Carman
2
Ritzel
2
Rosenfeld
2
Ross
2
Philyaw
2
Rosenwald
2
Post
2
Wren
2
Ibarra {{!
2
Zak
2
Kessler
2
Costa
2
Hobson
2
Mufson
2
Constable
2
Duggan
2
Hsu
2
Sharma
2
Mathews
2
Marimow
2
FEINBERG
2
Knight
2
Jones
2
Weymouth
2
Attiah
2
Higdon
2
Fahri
2
Tharoor
2
Salmon
2
Lowery
2
Lakshmi
2
Chandler
2
Cody
2
O'Sullivan
2
Fletcher
2
Tesfatsion
2
Williams
2
Cusick
2
Kaufman
2
Basulto
2
Wiggins
2
Schrage
2
Cavna
2
Levy
2
Chandrasekaran
2
Hand
2
Gowen
2
Greenberg
2
Burke
2
Klein
2
Harwell
2
McGregor
2
Arana
2
Jackman
2
El-Bashir
2
Barbash
2
Zeidner
2
Maynard
2
Nakamura
2
Horwitz
2
Harris
2
Wilson
2
Snell
2
Leonnig
2
Faiola
2
Schwarz
2
Kelly
2
Staff
2
Lozada
2
Avendaño
2
Merry
2
Kopel
2
Will
2
Percy
2
Musgrove
2
O'Connor
1
Andersen
1
Davis
1
Steinberg
1
Leiby
1
Kollipara
1
Censer
1
Henneberger
1
Arnold
1
Claiborne
1
Mack
1
Sanchez
1
Kumar
1
Vick
1
Erdbrink
1
Bui
1
VandeHei
1
Birnbaum
1
Cliffe
1
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1
Mosk
1
Suri
1
Badger
1
Kaphle
1
Reynolds
1
Gold
1
Kane
1
Lally
1
Noack
1
Johnston
1
Buerger
1
Kang
1
Keller
1
APUZZO
1
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1
Hillebrecht
1
Partlow
1
Woodward
1
Bennett
1
Ottesen
1
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1
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1
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1
Ringle
1
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1
Greenwell
1
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1
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1
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1
Lerner
1
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1
Iverem
1
Oliver
1
Balz
1
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1
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1
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1
Yabroff
1
Kengor
1
Mui
1
Filipovic
1
Cohen
1
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1
Lam
1
Segal
1
Dvorak
1
Root
1
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1
Warren
1
Milloy
1
Weigel
1
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1
Rein
1
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1
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1
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1
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1
Millman
1
Michaud
1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
Buske
1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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1
Sietsema
1
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1
Randal
1
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1
McCormick
1
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1
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1
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1
Jacobs
1
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1
Carrington
1
Zezima
1
Mercer
1
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1
Wecker
1
Davenport
1
Timberg
1
Showalter
1
Sommers
1
McDonald
1
Fung
1
Scutts
1
Samenow
1
Morello
1
Mellers
1
Watzman
1
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1
Silver
1
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1
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1
Kliff
1
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1
Elliott
1
Sherrill
1
Sugarman
1
Barron
1
Lee
1
Hoo
1
Bahrampour
1
Fienstein
1
McDonough
1
Goldstein
1
Gardner
1
Chaney
1
Turcol
1
Emert
1
Beckman
1
Andrews-Dyer
1
Weiner
1
Sabato
1
King III
1
Saviano
1
Plumer
1
Tumulty
1
Donna Acquaviva
1
Lane
1
Korr
1
Amidon
1
Nia-Malika Henderson & Paul Kane
1
Thompson
1
JUOZAPAVICIUS
1
Lin
1
Lund
1
Shin
1
Labbé
1
Vastag
1
Silber
1
Rogers
1
Krucoff
1
McDade
1
Forero
1
Mills
1
Kogod
1
Hauslohner
1
O’Sullivan
1
O'Connell
1
Hussain
1
O'Steen
1
Kim
1
Brennan
1
Lubitz
1
Cha
1
Author
1
Mosquera
1
Friedman
1
Stein
1
Weiss
1
Adler
1
Winship
1
Tam
1
Shapira
1
Guarino
1
Hamburger
1
Khazan
1
Klimek
1
Flaherty
1
Stalinsky
1
Conger
1
Mastrangelo
1
Parker
1
Barger
1
David A. Fahrenthold
1
Wiltz
1
Harac
1
Pearlstein
1
Eilperin
1
Platt
1
Sebastian
1
Richburg
1
Quattlebaum
1
Higgins
1
de Vise
1
Panic
1
Goodstein
1
Payne
1
Wm. Moyer
1
Blake
1
Hartke
1
BIGGAR
1
Vise
1
Richeson
1
Jacoby
1
Wexler
1
Shaffer
1
Tapscott
1
Freeman
1
Eggen
1
Lednicer
1
Milbank
1
Irwin
1
Green
1
Corrigan
1
Bahrani
1
Thomsen
1
Glover
1
Perl
1
Frazier
1
Paris
1
Robinson
1
Joyce
1
Goshko
1
de Moraes
1
Frankel
1
Briceno {{!
1
SCANNELL
1
Cauterucci
1
Voeten
1
Lewis
1
Jensen
1
Sides
1
MacKinnon
1
Rucker
1
Hornaday
1
Markon
1
Wise
1
Krauthammer
1
Betancourt
1
Culpepper
1
Bonesteel
1
Hough
1
Mattingly
1
Gopnik
1
Park
1
Grann
1
Vedantam
1
Nguyen
1
Shahin
1
McIntyre
1
Somashekhar
1
B.FRAZIER
1
Osborne
1
Petri
1
McManamon
1
Feldman
1
Canfora
1
express
1
Omang
1
Selden
1
McCoy
1
Contrera
1
Levingston
1
Beehner
1
Lynton
1
Laris
1
Goldman
1
Holley
1
Conconi
1
Rosenberg
1
Clinton
1
Lamb
1
Cooper
1
Shaver
1
Krystal
1
Overly
1
DeYoung
1
Via
1
Reid
1
Roig-Franzia
1
Meyer
1
Foner
1
Tuller
1
Sheinin
1
Crowder
1
Vozzella
1
Singletary
1
Hiatt
1
Pulliam Bailey
1
McAlpin
1
Hoffman
1
Lataster
1
Richard
1
Boodman
1
Catlin
1
Swisher
1
Butler
1
Pressler
1
Patterson
1
Hockstader
1
Goodman
1
Peterson
1
Seo
1
Alexander
1
Steub
1
Slavin
1
Smiley
1
Sly
1
Upchurch
1
Kramer
1
Gans
1
Ehrenfreund
1
Munir
1
King
1

first

Adam
35
Emily
29
Matt
27
David
19
Sarah
15
Paul
15
Michael
14
Ron
13
Erik
13
Richard
13
Thomas
12
Mike
11
Dan
11
Chris
10
Patricia
10
John
10
Craig
9
Philip
9
Steven
8
Peter
8
Elizabeth
7
Eric
7
Abby
7
Joe
7
Mark
7
Associated
6
Nick
6
Emma
6
Lisa
6
Christopher
6
Tim
5
T. Rees
5
Valerie
5
Rosalind S.
5
Michael D.
5
Megan
5
Anne
5
Joby
5
Hank
5
Caitlin
5
Susan
5
Rachel
4
Antonio
4
Michelle
4
Bob
4
Kent
4
Ellen
4
Karen
4
Daniel
4
Liz
4
Martin
4
Max
4
Howard
4
Yanan
4
The Reliable
4
Kerry
4
Jason
4
Jonathan
4
Lindsey
4
Robert
4
Marc
4
Tom
4
Maura
4
Ernesto
4
Justin Wm
3
Catherine
3
Ana
3
Will
3
DeNeen L.
3
Sarah Pulliam
3
Frances Stead
3
Team
3
Joel
3
Jane
3
James
3
Pamela
3
Roberto A.
3
Amber
3
Rebecca
3
Alex
3
Charles
3
Rick
3
Neely
3
Robin
3
Moira E.
3
Anna
3
Josh
3
Amy
3
Michael E.
3
Jacqueline
3
Editorial
3
Colby
3
Fred
3
Hayley
3
Harrison
3
Nelson
3
Jennifer
3
Brian
3
Chelsea
3
Jenna
3
Ben
3
J. Y.
2
Spencer S.
2
Lindsey M.
2
Barbara
2
Greg
2
Post Opinions
2
Michael S.
2
Michael Alison
2
Jon
2
Master
2
Michelle Boorstein, Abby
2
Vincent
2
Anthony
2
Carlos
2
Ian
2
Kristen
2
Michael A.
2
Laura
2
John Woodrow
2
George F.
2
Swati
2
Christian
2
Jim
2
Carol D.
2
Lally
2
Kimberly
2
Hunter
2
Nikita
2
Carolyn Y.
2
Carol
2
Kathy
2
David G.
2
Claudia
2
Rajiv
2
Eugene
2
Katie
2
Chris L.
2
Mary
2
Deesha
2
Martin Weil, Clarence
2
Jena
2
Annie
2
Ishaan
2
Bart
2
DOUG
2
Jay
2
Glenn
2
Tarik
2
Rama
2
Ezra
2
Marie
2
Edward
2
Ovetta
2
Kevin
2
Chuck
2
Stephanie
2
Jacqueline L.
2
Alberto
2
Christina
2
Hamil R.
2
Leef
2
Porfirio
2
Benjamin
2
Ann E.
2
Jenna Johnson, Jose A.
2
Celia
2
Wendy
2
Ashley
2
Dave
2
Dominic
2
Jose A.
2
Robert O'Harrow
2
Gary
2
Drew
2
Kelsey
2
Wesley
2
Martha
2
Tik
1
Cindy
1
Joanna
1
Nathaniel
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