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The 11 most competitive Senate races of 2014:
By now, South Koreans just want their loved ones' bodies recovered from submerged ferry.
The long-term unemployed are struggling to escape "the jobless trap."
Your stomach could hold the key to beating allergies.
Mad Men's Christina Hendricks is getting ready for the end.
Should libertarians try to reclaim the word "liberal"?
One-third of Americans think technology will make future lives worse
Could parking garages become as easy as Uber?
The first speed-readable e-book is, aptly, "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People."
Former Supreme Court justice: It's okay for justices to consider politics when retiring.
It might be time for the Government Printing Office to get a digital age name.
Don't take WiFi for granted when traveling abroad.
The Boston Marathon bombings completely changed the city's political scene.
Bernard Hopkins became the oldest boxer to unify major world titles last night. And he's not done yet.
Every year the Capitol Church leads a sunrise Easter service at the Lincoln Memorial. This is from today's service. Photo by Post photographer Bill O'Leary.
When choosing colleges, make "no debt" the bottom line.
Ted Cruz and Rand Paul look headed in opposite directions.
Learn to row, row, row your own boat in Venice.
No one can say just when a slow-moving mountain will crash into a Wyoming town.
Why we root for Chelsea Clinton
Washington, D.C.: Where the semi-adjusted sleepwalk among us.
Mexico wants to bring fracking crews across the border.
What Derric Winters missed most about Afghanistan was the camaraderie.
Creating a political bogeyman isn't easy, but it's what the Democrats need.
Ukrainian PM: Russia is a “threat to the globe.”
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