October 29, 2013
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Lena H. Sun and Sandhya Somashekhar
President Obama is accused of breaking a promise as hundreds of thousands of insured Americans are told that their non-qualifying policies won’t be renewed. Washington is keeping a close eye on the embattled secretary of Health and Human Services as she prepares to testify before lawmakers about her agency’s failings.
Ellen Nakashima and Karen DeYoung
NSA Director Keith Alexander strongly denies reports that his agency swept up millions of phone records of European citizens.
Ben Pershing and Scott Clement
Poll kicks a key leg of support out from under GOP’s Ken Cuccinelli.
Peter Wallsten and Carol D. Leonnig
A 2010 visit to promote Virginia wine and apples ended with an earful of criticism from Cuban officials.
Faster lines at poultry plants could reduce food-borne pathogens, but they may boost the risk of abuse.
Talks have hit an impasse over the bank’s demands that it avoid future criminal charges. The gubernatorial race in Virginia reflects the problem Republicans are facing across the nation. Under the new health-care law some plans may change, but it’s not a bad thing.
The Dream Chaser is on a mission to go to the international space station, but it’s not quite ready, On Background The Fold In Play Top news Post originals Tweet Syria going from very bad to worse Syria going from very bad to worse Human suffering as a weapon in Syira Syria's humanitarian crisis 'has got to stop' Syrian rebels oppose 'Geneva 2' Does U.N. inspection legitimize Assad? Who got left out of 'The Book of Jezebel'? Will Hillary Clinton 'tiptoe' around feminism in 2016? 'Girly Gawker': Jezebel filled a gap in women's media Calling out women's magazines for retouched covers Red flags for bullying gone too far Editors’ Picks PHOTOS | The Instagram generation wants pictures that are more elaborate, personal and expensive. PHOTOS | From turkeys to princesses, dog owners dress up their pooches for Halloween. The eternal flame at the president’s grave site is restored after repair work at Arlington National Cemetery. Winds batter Europe, Mount Everest sky dive, Hawaii same-sex marriage hearings, world’s tallest man weds and more. Fun and fascinating creatures around the world. Brown and his bodyguard were arrested and charged in the assault of a man outside the W Hotel in the District.
She is back on the airwaves, reenergized by the government shutdown and exemplifying the deep unhappiness of the GOP. TRANSCRIPT | Now that I’m getting married, do I have to take my wife’s side in an argument with my parents?
DJIA 0.72% S&P; 500 0.56% NASDAQ 0.31% Last Update: 10:33 PM 10/29/2013 Chat transcript Gene Weingarten takes on some serious topics, with a fewer lighter notes thrown in.
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