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The most important stories of the day • Thu., Mar. 12, 2015 Secret Service agents disrupted bomb investigation at White House Two Secret Service agents suspected of driving under the influence and striking a White House security barricade disrupted an active bomb investigation and may have driven over the suspicious package itself, according to current and former government officials familiar with the incident. Read full article » Two police officers shot in Ferguson in ‘ambush’ following protests FERGUSON, Mo. — Two police officers were shot and seriously injured early Thursday near the Ferguson, Mo., police headquarters, after a tense evening in which protesters and police — and, at times, protesters and other protesters — had faced off outside the building. Read full article » Secret Service agents investigated after car hits White House barricade The Obama administration is investigating allegations that two senior Secret Service agents, including a top memb
The Washington Post Evening Edition on February 9, 2015: Obama says he will consider arming Ukraine if diplomacy fails
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The most important stories of the day • Mon., Feb. 9, 2015 Alabama judge stakes out defiant stance against same-sex marriages MOBILE, Ala. — Amid legal showdowns and high-level defiance, Alabama was buffeted by feuds over same-sex marriage Monday after courts cleared the way but some judges resisted issuing licenses to gay and lesbian couples. Read full article » Was Brian Williams terrorized by gangs at the Ritz-Carlton during Katrina? There’s a story Brian Williams likes to tell. He has told it in a TV interview. He has told it to at least two book authors. But even though it had all the makings of a great yarn — danger, guns, resolve — Williams never reported it to his viewers. Read full article » Obama says he will consider arming Ukraine if diplomacy fails President Obama said Monday that he is considering providing Ukraine with lethal weapons to defend the country against Russian aggression if diplomatic options fail.Speaking at a news conference, Obama and
The Washington Post Evening Edition - December 19, 2014: Obama says Sony ‘made a mistake’ canceling film and other headlines.
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Your evening update to Today's Headlines • Fri., Dec. 19, 2014 Obama says Sony ‘made a mistake’ canceling film The president said the studio erred in opting to cancel the release of “The Interview,” which has been at the center of a cyberattack attributed to North Korea. U.S. pledges ‘proportional’ response for N. Korea hack The United States for the first time laid blame on a foreign government for a destructive cyberattack. It’s never too late to tell your story of rape. 14 years later, this is mine. The Post’s Cairo bureau chief, who lives in a high-risk zone, finally confronts the pain she has been carrying for years. Half of Dr. Oz’s medical advice is baseless or wrong, study says “America’s doctor” is wrong more than half of the time, the British Medical Journal says. Suspicion of lynching in teen’s death stirs old fears in North Carolina Lennon Lacy, 17, was found hanging from a swing set. Authorities called the death a suicide. U-Va. board le