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The Washington Post Today's Headlines and Columnist. August 31st., 2010

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POLITICS In 2010, Obama's poll numbers less of an asset for congressional Democrats Two years can change just about everything in politics. (By Chris Cillizza, The Washington Post) After Washington rally, Glenn Beck assails Obama's religion (By Felicia Sonmez, The Washington Post) More Politics NATION Flames seen on engine as flight lands at National A US Airways flight landed at Reagan National Airport on Saturday with flames apparently spurting from the area of one of its engines. (The Washington Post) In 2010, Obama's poll numbers less of an asset for congressional Democrats (By Chris Cillizza, The Washington Post) More Nation WORLD Livestock losses compound Pakistan's misery IN MOHIB BANDA, PAKISTAN Many of the people in this northwestern village are back at their mud-caked plots. Many of their strapping black buffaloes are not, having been washed away by the floods still displacing millio

The Washington Post : Today's Headlines and Columnist. August 26th., 2010

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TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS Study links poverty to depression among mothers More than half of babies in poverty are being raised by mothers who show symptoms of mild to severe depression, potentially creating problems in parenting and in child development, according to a new study. (By Donna St. George, The Washington Post) With Mike Shanahan now in charge, the Washington Redskins hope to take the first step for a franchise turnaround (By Thomas Boswell, The Washington Post) More Today's Highlights   NATION Study links poverty to depression among mothers More than half of babies in poverty are being raised by mothers who show symptoms of mild to severe depression, potentially creating problems in parenting and in child development, according to a new study. (By Donna St. George, The Washington Post) General: Many Marines oppose sharing sleep quarters with gays 'We'd just as soon not see it change,' head of Corps says of ban (By Phil Stewa

The Washington Post : Today's Headlines & Columnist.. August 25th., 2010

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POLITICS McCain defeats conservative primary challenger PHOENIX -- Sen. John McCain routed conservative challenger J.D. Hayworth on Tuesday in the Republican primary in what could be the final campaign for the former GOP presidential nominee. (By JONATHAN J. COOPER, AP) McCain wins renomination, novice shines in Fla. (By LIZ SIDOTI, AP) More Politics NATION All stem cell funding in jeopardy, NIH says The National Institutes of Health announced Tuesday that it has suspended funding new human embryonic stem cell research and that all federally funded experiments already underway will be cut off when they come up for renewal if a new court order is not overturned. (By Rob Stein, The Washington Post) Q. (The Washington Post) A review of 'Lessons Learned' (The Washington Post) On Leadership: The Federal Coach Excerpt from views.washingtonpost.com/leadership/fedcoach (The Washington Post) More Nation