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Virgil Abloh — Vuitton designer and style visionary — dies at 41
Abloh privately battled cancer for more than two years.
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Man shot in Greenbelt on Sunday afternoon
The victim was taken to a hospital in critical but stable condition.
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Shooting in Woodley Park leaves man wounded
D.C. police heard five gunshots and found the victim with a gunshot wound.
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At DC9 show, Lightmare’s mix of soul and punk sounds great at half speed and full tilt
The Washington-based band features the silky but strong voice of lead singer Shady Rose.
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Which birds are the biggest jerks at the feeder? A massive data analysis reveals the answer.
According to an analysis of almost 100,000 bird interactions, big birds like crows are the kings and queens of the feeder, but scrappy mockingbirds and woodpeckers punch above their weight. Doves do not.
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These Wolverines and Cowboys helped college football regain some treasured nuttiness
After a nutty weekend, apparently six teams remain viable for the College Football Playoff.
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Live updates: NFL Week 12 scores and highlights
Week 12 of the NFL season features the Titans vs. the Patriots and the Rams vs. the Packers. Follow along for live updates.
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Where to order the best panettone this holiday season
Great panettone doesn't come cheap. Here's where to find the lightest, most feathery loaves.
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These hero dogs put their best paws forward to save their owners’ lives
Super noses and super ears are great for smelling fires and hearing cries for help.
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Why Are Blue-Collar Americans Dying of Despair?
A Q&A with economists Ann Case and Angus Deaton on how disappearing low-wage jobs and the decline of family life fueled the opioid epidemic — and why politicians are still failing working-class Americans.  
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Kominers’s Conundrums: Meet Me in the Metaverse — If You Can
A grumpy AI named Marvin holds the keys to your trip. Can you hack him?
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Solution to Evan Birnholz’s Nov. 28 Post Magazine crossword, “What’s Wrong With This Picture?”
Picture imperfect.
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The federal workforce is showing vaccine mandates work. Now for the rest of America
The fastest route out of the pandemic is for everyone to roll up their sleeves.
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Michael Vick found a future on TV, but his past is still chasing
Twenty years after becoming the first Black quarterback drafted No. 1, Vick spends Sundays talking about a league now dominated by Black QBs. But he still can’t escape his role in a deadly dog-fighting ring.
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The hypocrisy argument on the filibuster is itself phony
No Democrat or progressive who has flipped on the filibuster is pretending they didn’t.
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The Rule of Six: A newly radicalized Supreme Court is poised to reshape the nation
Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. holds the reins but is no longer firmly in control of his horses. Some of his most conservative justices are champing at the bit.
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Mississippi attorney general: Overturning ‘Roe’ will return abortion policy to the people
The 1973 decision put policymaking on the right to terminate a pregnancy in the hands of the court. That choice should be made by popularly elected officials.
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Alex Jones is facing a reckoning. Let it be a warning to other conspiracy theorists.
Profiteering off tragedy is not an acceptable business model.
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Biden wonders publicly whether burn pits caused his son’s death. Activists want him to do more on the issue.
Beau Biden died in 2015 after serving overseas near waste-burning pits, though any connection has not been proved. Activists say the president should do more to help vets in a similar plight.
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Paradise remade? A private school’s plan to build athletic fields roils Chevy Chase
Residents push back on Maret’s proposed project, as the school looks toward acquiring greener pastures for its athletics.
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D.C.-area forecast: Sunny and warmer today with light winds
Blustery again tomorrow but then a milder trend into midweek.
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Seoul wants to build a metaverse. A virtual New Year’s Eve ceremony will kick it off.
But designers still aren’t sure what these virtual worlds may ultimately look like.
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An American Secession? It’s Not That Far-Fetched
Texit. The new California republic. Polls in the U.S. show strong support for splitting the nation along blue-red lines. 
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Two American Indian tribes in Delaware get help in buying back their ancestral homelands
Two American Indian tribes in Delaware are getting help from the environmental nonprofit Conservation Fund to buy back part of their homelands.
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New Covid Variant Puts Pressure on OPEC Oil Producers
President Biden’s decision to release emergency stockpiles also adds to the pile of complications for the group.
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Carolyn Hax: Husband with low self-esteem lashes out at negative feedback
At any mention of something he could help with or improve on, this husband reacts like he's being told "he is the worst person in the world.”
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Ask Amy: Going on a cruise and dreading telling a sister who won’t make her own plans
Reader is sympathetic to her sister who has been widowed for 20 years. But she keeps insisting on including herself in couple’s plans.
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Wizards make it two wins in as many nights with a rare victory over the Mavericks
A hot start from Bradley Beal and late help from Kyle Kuzma and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope gave the Wizards a 120-114 victory.
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Wizards make it two wins in as many nights with a rare victory over the Mavericks
A hot start from Bradley Beal and late help from Kyle Kuzma and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope gave the Wizards a 120-114 victory.
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A chilled late November day suggested older, colder times
We were well below average on Saturday and the breeze offered no aid.
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