November 16, 2013
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Jerry Markon and Alice Crites
More than 100 of the main contractor’s employees and executives once worked at a company with a history of problems with at least 20 government projects.
Lena H. Sun, Sarah Kliff and Sandhya Somashekhar
Regulators say they were blindsided by the proposal, which few would accept.
Getting Washington’s stamp of approval is no easy task. Getting “Doonesbury” creator Garry Trudeau to back an original online series was even harder. Yet “Alpha House” has made believers.
Ernesto Londoño and Ellen Nakashima
After he was removed from duty, the lawyer charged the information could have helped defend the men.
The administration is using its policy-making authority on a change that will impact thousands.
For families of those in Philippines,
a sense of ‘I just hope they are alive’
Salon owner Ellen Gruspe awaits any news about her family living in the area hardest hit by the typhoon.
With more children playing with their parents’ tablets, makers are hoping to cash in with kid-friendly versions.
The president is tweaking the law, but does anyone actually love it?
The refusal by some states to expand Medicaid coverage is hurting the nation’s vulnerable.
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Scott Riley lived a life of drugs and crime for decades before rebuilding his life and family through writing.
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Azie Dungey is one of a growing number of black women taking on modern issues with a bit of satire. What’s citizenship got to do with it? Turner is just one in a long line of folks who have turned their back on the blue passport. The Hay-Adams Hotel. (Getty Images)
Carol D. Leonnig and David Nakamura
Ruckus at a hotel and reported misconduct leads to an internal review of the president’s protective detail. A quick way to catch up on the week’s news through our favorite photos. Thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a 5-year-old boy rushes to the city’s rescue. As he retires after a 24-year career, India’s Sachin Tendulkar leaves a legacy unmatched by any other cricketer. The embattled leader of Canada’s largest city, who has admitted that he has smoked crack, has been stripped of some powers. GOVBEAT | President Obama won by pledging to make government work. His party will suffer when it doesn’t.
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Buddhist attacks on minority Muslims threaten the nation’s future.
The Assad regime is gaining ground militarily, complicating efforts to persuade the rebels to negotiate.
FEDERAL EYE | Defenders say agency would posted a net profit but for the burden of pre-funding future retiree health benefits.
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