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Women are fueling a nationwide "resistance," and they're also fueling the campaign of Democratic newcomer Jon Ossoff, while Republican Karen Handel wins conservatives with her pro-life politics.

In 1848, a railroad worker survived an accident that drove a 13-pound iron bar through his head. The injury changed his personality, and our understanding of the brain.

Eighty-two school girls who had been held captive for more than three years by Boko Haram had a an emotional reunion with their parents on Saturday in Abuja, Nigeria.

NPR's Michel Martin interviews Washington Post style editor Robin Givhan about the questionable new fashion curiosity — male rompers.

Amid a financial crisis, the Puerto Rican government has proposed cutting nearly $500 million from the university's budget. Students and faculty say it would cripple the leading institution.

Eddie N. Williams, who spent three decades running the first black think tank in Washington, has died at the age of 84.

National Review columnist Mona Charen, former radio host Charlie Sykes and Washington Examiner White House correspondent Sarah Westwood discuss how conservative circles reacted to this week's news.

President Trump kicks off his first foreign tour with a stop in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia.

A Syrian refugee hopes his past as a tailor will help him build a new life for his family in America. His first commission is a wedding dress for a Muslim bride.

For 25 years, the Earth Conservation Corps has been cleaning up the capital's polluted Anacostia River. Volunteers have turned their lives around and now work to help others do the same.




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