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Not everyone was happy about the NFL’s domestic-violence announcement wapo.st/X8G2Fw
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Charles Barkley defends it, Cris Carter decries it, but studies show spanking can change brain chemistry wapo.st/1m6xhbl
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Will the Ebola virus go airborne? (And is that even the right question?) wapo.st/1wxgxxi
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How Apple promises to safeguard your workout data wapo.st/XrmTze
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'Dancing With the Stars' premiere: Ranking the contestants (and Julianne Hough) wapo.st/1wyjsWg
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Why Australia’s prime minister is running his country from a tent wapo.st/Xr5u9E
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The Obama library shortlist is down to Chicago, Hawaii and New York wapo.st/1r0j53T
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Here's a robot that can unload a dishwasher and (sometimes) take apart an Oreo wapo.st/1sc6K8S
It's billed as "Shark Tank" meets "The Apprentice," with pot. It's called "The Marijuana Show." wapo.st/1wxDLDs
India's leading newspaper tweeted a cleavage shot of a Bollywood star. The actress did not let it slide. wapo.st/1wxtB5O
The 12 medications sending the most kids to the ER wapo.st/1y8IxJa
Will the Ebola virus go airborne? (And is that even the right question?) wapo.st/1y9mp1n
For the first time, there are more single American adults than married ones wapo.st/1ph9ksx
A rare respiratory illness has been confirmed in 10 states, expanding to New York and Alabama wapo.st/1wxpyq5
Jet packs for U.S. soldiers? Yes, it could happen wapo.st/Xr6Scn
How Urban Outfitters trades on moral outrage wapo.st/1wxuZ8w
Japanese women who have escaped from North Korea find little sympathy at home wapo.st/1m9mBZa
4 things parents of kids with special needs wish you wouldn't say wapo.st/1s42QF3
How states have gamed Medicaid for hundreds of millions of dollars wapo.st/1sceS9y
After a traumatic brain injury, this young man made an astounding recovery wapo.st/1y8w8Fj
Earth’s protective ozone layer is beginning to recover, a U.N. panel reports wapo.st/1sbZlq6
Apple says 4 million new iPhones were ordered in the first 24 hours wapo.st/1s3WdCy
How Urban Outfitters trades on moral outrage wapo.st/X8D0kH
Teacher tenure has little to do with student achievement, economist says wapo.st/1m9amvN
Jack White, a rock star with few peers, plays his catalogue full of hits wapo.st/1sbNVCT
Islamic State fighters are drawing on oil assets for funding and fuel wapo.st/1wx4Dn4
Two Vietnam War soldiers receive the Medal of Honor, decades after their heroism wapo.st/XqAwyp pic.twitter.com/o2EYuqm4QS
Nearly 1 in every 3 beers in the world could soon be sold by the same company wapo.st/1qXgaY2
Georgetown student pleads guilty to to ricin possession in his dorm room wapo.st/1r09xWz
Breaking down the protective gear helping keep doctors safe from Ebola wapo.st/XqohSt pic.twitter.com/B0iucORFaK
U.S. government threatened fines that would have bankrupted Yahoo if it didn't comply with demand for user data wapo.st/1ph1Sh6
Virginia Gov. McAuliffe and Republican leaders offer plan for $2.4 billion shortfall wapo.st/1wwYuXT
India's leading newspaper tweeted a cleavage shot of a Bollywood star. The actress did not let it slide. wapo.st/1qXbW2G
Ukrainian president offers rebels major concessions to end uprising in eastern Ukraine wapo.st/1ph0JG6
The FCC has now received 3 million net neutrality comments wapo.st/1m8Vn4I
For America's poor, the security of public benefits can outweigh the risks of a low-paying, uncertain job. wapo.st/XpU6ef
A decade after freedom fries, the French are Europe's new war hawks wapo.st/1m8SQHS
A Chinese city is asking smartphone users to walk in their own sidewalk lane wapo.st/XpX5U3 pic.twitter.com/Qfdvee00m1
Adrian Peterson, in a statement, says: "I am, without a doubt, not a child abuser." wapo.st/1DbDasE pic.twitter.com/gjdvPp6grh
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Facebook, Twitter and Blake Shelton helped solve a Sept. 11 mystery 13 years in the making wapo.st/1pgYina pic.twitter.com/1PiE31HkLa
Father of the ban-spanking movement hopes Adrian Peterson case can become a teachable moment wapo.st/1y7OfLo
A year after Navy Yard shootings, security clearance process is still a work in progress wapo.st/1wwMrtD
Justice Dept. fines against Yahoo would have bankrupted the company within three months washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-swit… pic.twitter.com/sizxXLttce
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Sobering news: 86 percent of people over age 65 have chronic conditions. wapo.st/X62tLH
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Hurricane Odile ravages Cabo San Lucas wapo.st/1wwMciq
The 12 medications sending the most kids to the ER wapo.st/X7S7e6
Veterinarian explains "high-risk" surgery required to remove a 10-year-old goldfish's tumor wapo.st/1qWZNuC
Weird Senate rule #11: "Senators are allotted a total of 50 picture frames" every year. wapo.st/1AQNClA
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