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Scientists in California report cloning stem cells from adults for the first time, raising hopes for improved treatments but also renewing ethical questions, The Washington Post reports.
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The craft store Michaels confirmed 3 million were hit by its previously disclosed hack.
The Pulitzer Prizes for journalism awarded to newspapers for publishing Edward Snowden's revelations of mass U.S. intelligence-gathering were denounced as "bizarre" by a prominent British politician.
American officials are warning that attacks on minority Muslims and foreign aid groups in Burma are threatening the nascent thaw in relations between Washington and this former pariah state.
"Companies across the U.S. from Texas to Virginia and Nebraska are struggling to fill positions with metropolitan jobless rates below the 5.2 percent to 5.6 percent level the Federal Reserve regards as full employment nationally," Bloomberg's Steve Matthews reported .
The 495 Express Lanes use an all-electronic tolling system in which drivers are required to have E-ZPass transponders.
As Republicans angle to retake control of the Senate in November, and their Democratic counterparts struggle to hang on to the majority, Super PACS are flooding coffers to influence the outcome of elections, The Washington Post reports.
David Catania's independent bid to be D.C.'s first openly gay mayor presents hard choice to gay Democrats.
The Washington Post may have signed a letter of intent for the massive building at 13th and K Street, but if they do ultimately move in, they won't be alone.
Americans agree: It's immoral to have an affair. Drinking alcohol or using contraception, on the other hand? Nobody cares.
The Washington Post 's Kathleen Parker congratulates herself this morning for having the courage to "go, tippy toe" into "the race fray" : The race cards have been flying so fast and furious lately, one can hardly tell the kings from the queens.
The recent shootings of soldiers at Fort Hood and other US military bases have once again brought to public attention the challenge of making sure that soldiers returning from war zones find security and support at home.
The Washington Post reports that the four-star, 300-room hotel with conference space would be built on three acres by the main entrance in College Park.
Washington Post Executive Editor Martin Baron, standing center, and Editor Ed Thiede, sitting, read the announcement of Pulitzer Prize winners on Monday.
Four years ago he went up to the mountain and sought the office of mayor of the District of Columbia because residents asked him to and up over the clouds to where the sky was blue he came through.
Charlotte Observer editorial cartoonist Kevin Siers, right, gets a hug from a co-worker as the newsroom celebrates Siers winning the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning.