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2010 worst year for bank failures since 1992 | The Washington Post -Afternoon Edition - Today's most read Articles.

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1) Army edits its history of the deadly battle of Wanat The Army's official history of the battle of Wanat - one of the most intensely scrutinized engagements of the Afghan war - largely absolves top commanders of the deaths of nine U.S. soldiers and instead blames the confusing and unpredictable nature of war. 2) Some Va. history texts filled with errors, review finds In the version of history being taught in some Virginia classrooms, New Orleans began the 1800s as a bustling U.S. harbor (instead of as a Spanish colonial one). The Confederacy included 12 states (instead of 11). And the United States entered World War I in 1916 (instead of in 1917). 3) For GOP House freshman Mike Kelly, Washington is a tough sell The onetime Notre Dame defensive tackle sat in an underground auditorium of the U.S. Capitol, discomfited. Mike Kelly had come to Congress to change the ways of Washington. But first he had to be schooled in them. 4) Prince William homeo

Nostalgic for George W. Bush: The Washington Post Afternoon Edition: Most Read Artiscles

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Most Viewed Opinions Columns 1) Nostalgic for George W. Bush He possessed a trait that has been absent among his fellow conservatives. 2) 2010 a banner year for conservatives Barack Obama's presidency has resuscitated the conservatives. 3) Democrats should hold their ground Democrats are being asked to retreat. Republicans would never accept such bullying. 4) The right role for the lame-duck Congress People who have been voted out of office can attempt to make policy for those who remain. 5) Bill O'Reilly's threats The Fox News host wants my head - literally. 6) Dazzling new weapons require new rules for war The world needs a clear legal regime as more countries engage in a high-tech warfare. 7) Dazzling new weapons require new rules for war A new arsenal of drones and satellite-guided weapons is changing the nature of warfare. America and its NATO allies possess these high-tech weapons, but smaller countries want them, too. Here'

The Washington Post Afternoon Edition: Most read Articles.

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  Most Viewed Articles on washingtonpost.com 1) Obama is sad but not sorry about the election results Obama has many talents contrition, however, is not high among them. 2) What the Fed did and why: supporting the recovery and sustaining price stability The thinking behind the Federal Reserve's decision this week to buy an additional $600 billion in securities. 3) A recoil against liberalism Voters rejected the expansion of government's command and controls. 4) In Alaska's Senate race, Murkowski's write-in bid bears fruit First, she was the shoo-in. Then she was the underdog. Now, in the closing moments of a quirky midterm election season, Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) appeared to be on the verge of making history as the first successful write-in candidate for Senate in more than 50 years. 5) Candidates await final tally in Conn. gov. race HARTFORD, Conn. -- Connecticut's secretary of the state will release the final,