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1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Shutdown looms despite House action

(image) The House passed a short-term extension of government funding late Thursday after Republican leaders, with help from President Trump, cobbled together enough GOP votes to overcome an internal revolt. Still, the possibility of a federal shutdown moved...



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: At Nassar hearing, a parade of horror and catharsis

(image) lansing, mich. — The courtroom door swung open just after 9 a.m., and in shuffled the man who, before September 2016, was known throughout the region as the Michigan State University sports physician who also treated America’s best gymnasts, the...



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Plan being formed to keep parks open

(image) As a Friday deadline for a government shutdown approached, the Trump administration began setting plans in motion to halt scores of federal functions — even as it scrambled to keep hundreds of national parks and monuments open to the public to minimize...



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Three locales in region make Amazon’s HQ cut
The Washington region won three spots on Amazon.com’s list to host its second headquarters and the accompanying 50,000 jobs on Thursday when the online retail giant included the District, Northern Virginia and Montgomery County on its shortlist of 20...



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Conscience protection for health workers
A new civil rights division within the Department of Health and Human Services will protect health-care workers who refuse to provide services that run counter to their moral or religious convictions, the Trump administration announced Thursday. This...



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Families who
say their children were sexually abused by a trusted member of their West Virginia Mormon community are suing church leaders in the state.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Britain will spend
more money on the French border as it tries to prevent illegal crossings and expedite asylum requests.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: An economist’s
calculator that provides quick, reliable answers about college costs is now being used by 31 schools.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: U.S. ‘misspoke’ on Kurdish force

(image) Washington backed away from its description of a planned entity in Syria amid Turkish threats.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Brunch bets

(image) From traditional to more adventurous, 10 places you’ll want to try.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Record warmth
U.S. scientists have presented new evidence of rising global temperatures.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: American University’s
first female president, Sylvia Mathews Burwell, a former Oxford basketball player, was a guest coach for the AU women’s team.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: As President Trump
prepares to address the March for Life antiabortion rally, many activists call him a hero even if all his promises haven’t been fulfilled.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: States
and municipalities are attempting to ban “bump stocks” after Congress failed to restrict them after their use in last year’s Las Vegas massacre.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Maryland Gov.
Larry Hogan has more cash on hand than all of the Democrats vying to challenge him combined.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: A member of
a Georgetown University advisory board resigned after a controversial Twitter exchange about the #MeToo movement.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: A shortage
of customs officers at the southern border has prompted an emergency reassignment of airport screeners, officials said.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: The U.S. ambassador
to the Netherlands has caused an uproar with his Trump-style approach to politics and the media.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Make me a match
Google’s megahit pairing selfies and art hits the zeitgeist’s sweet spots.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: A treehouse
that jutted into a public alley roiled a Capitol Hill neighborhood and led to a federal lawsuit.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Prospective buyers
at a Trump Towers complex in India are being offered a chance to meet Donald Trump Jr.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: The Senate
passed a bill to extend a key surveillance program, and President Trump is expected to sign it.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Venezuela’s opposition
refused to return to reconciliation talks with the government.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Health report has its skeptics
If the rosy picture is true, experts say president is defying odds.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Rifts in the GOP
The party’s struggle to govern has been months in the making.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: At the Sundance
Film Festival, buyers are eager to bid but wary of a bubble.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: ‘Pulling at his strings’
In this immigration tug of war, President Trump is the rope.



1/19/2018: FRONT PAGE: Who gets blamed?
Both sides calculate public perceptions of a shutdown.



1/19/2018: NEWS: Court challenge delays ISIS suspect’s transfer
A federal judge barred until Tuesday the transfer by U.S. authorities of an American held four months without charges in Iraq to another country, while she decides whether to permanently ban the man’s transfer while he challenges his detention in...



1/19/2018: NEWS: DIGEST

(image) Oranges are encrusted in a cocoon of ice after a citrus grower sprayed them with water to protect them from subfreezing cold at a farm in Apopka, Fla. Central Florida woke up to its coldest temperatures since 2010, the National Weather Service said.



1/19/2018: NEWS: HAPPENING TODAY
All day Vice President Pence departs on a trip to Egypt, Jordan and Israel, where he is to meet with leaders and visit the Western Wall, through Tuesday. For details, visit washingtonpost.com/politics. All day The annual March for Life takes place...



1/19/2018: NEWS: Salvadorans, Haitians given renewal window
The U.S. government announced Thursday that immigrants from El Salvador and Haiti with temporary protected status have 60 days to apply for permission to remain in the United States until their protection ends in 2019. Renewal applications must be...



1/19/2018: NEWS: Zimbabwe faction’s leader killed in crash
A fiery helicopter crash killed key Zimbabwean opposition leader Roy Bennett while on holiday in a remote part of New Mexico and four others aboard, friends and authorities said. State Police Lt. Elizabeth Armijo confirmed Bennett’s death Thursday, a...



1/19/2018: POLITICS & THE NATION: Trump says his border wall views have ‘never changed,’ contradicting Kelly

(image) President Trump publicly pushed back Thursday against a characterization by White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly that the president’s views on a southern border wall had “evolved” and privately fumed about the episode. “The Wall is the Wall, it...



1/19/2018: POLITICS & THE NATION: If Trump is as healthy as his doctor reports, he’s beating odds, experts say

(image) If President Trump really is the picture of extraordinary vitality portrayed by the White House physician this week, he is defying long odds, according to experts and medical research. Tuesday’s depiction of Trump as much healthier than the average...



1/19/2018: POLITICS & THE NATION: Supreme Court won’t force N.C. to redraw electoral maps before November
The Supreme Court said late Thursday that North Carolina does not immediately have to redraw its congressional district maps, meaning that the 2018 elections will likely be held in districts that a lower court found unconstitutional. The court granted...



1/19/2018: POLITICS & THE NATION: As always, presidential travel tests the boundaries of policy, politics

(image) President Trump has reveled in smashing political precedent, but on Thursday he followed his White House predecessors in one of Washington’s usually unspoken traditions: blurring the lines between a campaign trip and official business. Jetting aboard...



1/19/2018: POLITICS & THE NATION: Comey’s decision jarred leader of dossier firm
The head of the research firm behind a dossier of allegations against Donald Trump said he tried to spur stories that the GOP candidate was under FBI investigation because he was angry that then-FBI Director James B. Comey had reopened a probe into...



1/19/2018: POLITICS & THE NATION: High court asked to take DACA case

(image) The Trump administration on Thursday night took the unusual step of asking the Supreme Court to immediately review and overturn a judge’s ruling that said the administration may not dismantle a program that provides work permits to undocumented...



1/19/2018: THE WORLD: Lawmakers take aim at anti-Semitism
Germany’s lower house of Parliament on Thursday voted to step up efforts to combat antiSemitism and called for the creation of a new government post to oversee the issue, backed by an independent panel of experts. The proposal was jointly introduced...



1/19/2018: THE WORLD: Ukraine passes bill to recover occupied regions from rebels
kiev, ukraine — Ukraine’s parliament on Thursday passed a bill that is aimed at reintegrating the eastern territories currently controlled by Russian-backed separatists and goes as far as to declare support for taking them back by military force if...



1/19/2018: THE WORLD: A crane lifts a Boeing 737-800

(image) belonging to Turkey’s Pegasus Airlines from a slope in Trabzon, on Turkey’s Black Sea coast. The plane, with 168 people aboard, skidded off the runway after landing at Trabzon Airport on Saturday. It came to a stop just meters from the sea. No one was...



1/19/2018: THE WORLD: Deadly storm lashes north, grounds traffic
A powerful storm pummeled Europe with high winds and snow Thursday, killing at least seven people in three countries, grounding flights, halting trains, ripping roofs off buildings and flipping over trucks. The Dutch national weather service recorded...



1/19/2018: THE WORLD: Jordan, Israel near accord on guard crisis
Jordan and Israel appeared Thursday to be putting behind them a diplomatic crisis triggered by the killing last summer of two Jordanians by an Israeli Embassy guard. A report by Jordan’s state news agency, Petra, said Israel sent an official...



1/19/2018: THE WORLD: Security forces move into Rio slums:
Brazilian officials said more than 3,000 soldiers and military police officers moved into four big slums in Rio de Janeiro seeking to arrest drug traffickers and hunt for the men suspected of gunning down a police inspector last week. O Globo TV aired...



1/19/2018: THE WORLD: Bus fire kill dozens in Kazakhstan:
Fifty-two people, all Uzbeks, were killed when a bus caught fire in central Kazakhstan, the country’s Emergencies Ministry said. Only five of those on board survived the inferno that consumed the bus, which was en route from Uzbekistan to Russia. The...



1/19/2018: THE WORLD: Epic tapestry will return to Britain, in a loan for the ages

(image) london — It is probably the most famous piece of medieval embroidery in the world, a ribbon of scrolling tapestry 70 yards long that tells in pictures the story of the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, an epic tale of gore, glory and God. There is...



1/19/2018: THE WORLD: Report: Civilian deaths tripled in 2017 in U.S.-led ISIS conflict
U.S. and allied strikes against the Islamic State may have killed as many as 6,000 civilians in 2017, as international forces pushed militants out of strongholds in Iraq and Syria, a watchdog group said Thursday. “In 2017 the war against ISIS moved...



1/19/2018: ECONOMY & BUSINESS: First quarterly loss in 26 years for AmEx
Credit card issuer American Express posted its first quarterly loss in 26 years and said it would not buy back shares for the next six months, both because of the impact of the recently enacted U.S. tax overhaul. The company took a $2.6 billion charge...



1/19/2018: ECONOMY & BUSINESS: Apple gives ground on iPhones’ battery life
Apple chief executive Tim Cook said Wednesday that you’ll soon be able to make the decision between your iPhone’s performance and its battery life yourself, amid controversy over the company’s decision to do it for you. Cook said in an interview with...



1/19/2018: ECONOMY & BUSINESS: Morgan Stanley’s adjusted profit is up
Morgan Stanley’s adjusted quarterly profit topped Wall Street estimates Thursday as strength in underwriting and wealth management offset a sharp but expected decline in bond trading revenue. Like most other big U.S. banks, Morgan Stanley took a...



1/19/2018: ECONOMY & BUSINESS: After 22 quarters, IBM sees a rise in revenue
IBM broke its 22-quarter streak of declining revenue, helped by updated hardware products, stronger growth in its newer business lines and favorable currency rates. Sales in the fourth quarter increased 3.6 percent, to $22.5 billion, compared with the...



1/19/2018: ECONOMY & BUSINESS: A Yemeni man

(image) shops at a supermarket in the capital, Sanaa, after the Yemeni currency rose 16 percent against the dollar on Thursday. For more than a year, the government has been unable to pay salaries and the riyal has more than halved in value against the dollar.



1/19/2018: ECONOMY & BUSINESS: ALSO IN BUSINESS
Wyndham Worldwide will buy La Quinta Holdings’ hotel operations for $1.95 billion, it said Thursday, adding another wellknown U.S. brand and nearly 900 mid-scale, upper mid-scale and economy locations to its portfolio. Wyndham Hotel Group, known for...



1/19/2018: ECONOMY & BUSINESS: Many firms choose bonuses over raises after tax cuts

(image) On Wednesday, yet another company — this time Apple, which pledged to give $2,500 restricted stock awards for most of its employees, in addition to investing $350 billion in the U.S. economy — joined the ranks of employers offering bonuses in the wake...



1/19/2018: POWERPOST: Trump gives antiabortion activists hope, but their big goals are as elusive as ever

(image) Abortion foes were showcasing the momentum they have gained under President Trump for months before Friday’s annual March for Life. Their progress, however, has not really come from the president fulfilling his campaign pledges on issues important to...



1/19/2018: POWERPOST: Trump administration sidelining science panels, report says

(image) As both president and candidate, Donald Trump made headlines for rejecting some ideas widely agreed upon among scientists, such as the notion that human activity is warming the planet. Trump Cabinet officials have, in turn, rolled back rules meant to...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: The president is, in one sense, the new face of freedom

(image) President Trump apparently had an affair with a porn star while his model wife was home with their newborn son. No surprise there. Keeping the affair out of the newspapers before the 2016 election reportedly cost him $130,000, around a measly 0.004...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: Earmarks won’t fix Congress
As lawmakers on Capitol Hill continue to negotiate a tough spending bill this week, many commenters are lamenting the earmark ban put in place by then-House Speaker John A. Boehner in 2010. This has become a popular position for both Democrats and...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: Migration and middle ground
Emmanuel Macron is today the most admired world leader among liberals, centrists and cosmopolitans around the globe. He has managed to win the French presidency, enact reforms and stay relatively popular — all while speaking positively about the free...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: At last, Afghans on the front lines
In training exercises in a mock Afghan village constructed here on a base amid swampland, the U.S. Army is applying the military lesson of the war against the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq: Help your partners beat the enemy, but don’t try to do the...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: Stop stalling
RAISING THE federal gas tax to help pay for highways and restrain federal deficits is a good idea whose time never seems to come. It has been a quarter-century since the last increase, during which time the per-gallon tax of 18.4 cents has lost nearly...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: Action in Congress
THE RESULTS of a special counsel’s investigation into Russia’s involvement in the 2016 election will not be known for some time, but one fact is well established: The regime of Vladimir Putin tried to sway the results of the presidential vote....



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: The fog of ‘fake news’
LOOK NO further than Manila this week for evidence that autocrats around the world are reading the same handbook — and learning new tricks from it. President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines has described as a “fake news outlet” an aggressive online...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: Stuck in the ‘hole’
Regarding the Jan. 14 editorial “The vulgarity isn’t the worst part”: “Execrable” does not so much apply to a problematic yet still functional system as to the act of describing humble countries close to the equator, humble countries that have islets...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: Please don’t add barriers to health-care access
Two Jan. 17 letters about Medicaid work requirements, “Missing the boat on Medicaid,” suggested that it is a good idea to require some Medicaid recipients to work or be actively looking for work. Requiring work for eligibility for Medicaid is...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: Put car owners in control
The Jan. 16 front-page article “Cars collect reams of information on owners” was right on target regarding the fact that most consumers are unaware that their vehicle transmits a huge amount of data to vehicle manufacturers. Car owners, not the...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: Raise the minimum, close a business
Regarding the Jan. 16 Metro article “Boost in minimum wage proposed”: I am a small-business owner in Prince George’s County. Increasing the minimum wage to $15 undoubtedly would cause my business to close. Having a business in Seat Pleasant — the...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: No honor in giving up
In his Jan. 16 op-ed, “The coup that succeeded,” Richard Cohen commended Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) for his “honorable retirement.” Mr. Flake would deserve to be honored had he stayed to oppose the House Freedom Caucus’s agenda instead of opening up a...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: Abortion is no civil right

(image) Forty-five years after Roe v. Wade was decided, the right to abortion that the Supreme Court discerned remains controversial and disputed. The expectation of legal abortion is deeply embedded in U.S. law and practice. Many states were lifting...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: Airsoft guns and hard power
By now we are all familiar with the Russian disinformation campaigns, designed to undermine democracy and sow distrust, which are present in many Western countries. The many uses of Russian corruption — the companies deployed for the political ends of...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: The tax fight is just beginning
There’s a perception out there that the new GOP tax law screws over only blue states. That’s wrong. It creates huge political problems for almost every state. With relatively little fanfare, Congress effectively sent ticking time bombs to statehouses...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: The bratty preteen in the White House
The rude, petulant man-child in the Oval Office is reeling ever more wildly out of control, and those who cynically or slavishly pretend otherwise are doing a grave disservice to the nation — and to themselves. How do you like him now, Senate Majority...



1/19/2018: WASHINGTON FORUM: We’re not ready for a shutdown
As Republicans bungle their way to a government shutdown, it is worth noting that they do not seem to have adequately prepared for it. When the clock hits 12:01 Saturday morning, the government must close, employees must cease using government devices...



1/19/2018: METRO: Man found guilty in slaying of teens
On one end of the social media exchanges: a Maryland teenager, looking to sell an extra ticket to his high school graduation ceremony the next day. On the other end: four conspirators, who prosecutors say were plotting his murder. “I’m at an ATM,”...



1/19/2018: METRO: At 57, this tenacious man is learning to read, no thanks to D.C. schools
Willie Nolan has a car, but he can’t drive it. He has the hands of a craftsman, but he can’t follow blueprints. He has a high school diploma, but he can’t read. This is what happens when schools put statistics over students, when they value smoke...



1/19/2018: METRO: Charges dropped in Trump protests
Nearly a year after about 200 people were charged with rioting during President Trump’s inauguration, federal prosecutors announced they would drop a majority of the cases because they could not prove the defendants planned or participated in protests...



1/19/2018: METRO: Alsobrooks leads Pr. George’s rivals in fundraising
Prince George’s State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks has a large fundraising lead among Democrats vying to become the next county executive, according to campaign finance reports filed this week. Alsobrooks netted more than $770,000 in donations in...



1/19/2018: METRO: Money for school safety grants sought
A new grant program for schools and child-care centers that are vulnerable to attack would get $2 million in state funding next year under Gov. Larry Hogan’s (R) proposed budget. If the funds are approved by the General Assembly, institutions...



1/19/2018: METRO: Berliner ahead in funds for county executive run
Montgomery County Council member Roger Berliner (D-Potomac-Bethesda) raised far more money last year than those he’s competing with to be the next county executive of Maryland’s most populous county, according to campaign reports filed this...



1/19/2018: METRO: FBI: ISIS ally had child porn
Federal agents who searched a Virginia man’s electronic devices for ties to the Islamic State found child porn, according to court documents. Sean Andrew Duncan, a Muslim convert, moved to Loudoun County from Pennsylvania in 2017. Prosecutors say the...



1/19/2018: METRO: Hogan joins brief in redistricting case
Gov. Larry Hogan (R) has signed on to an amicus brief in a case before the U.S. Supreme Court that will decide whether partisan gerrymandering is unconstitutional. The Court announced last month that it would hear the case, Benisek v. Lamone, a...



1/19/2018: METRO: 19 people displaced by fire in Southeast
Firefighters rescued one person Thursday from an apartment in Southeast Washington after a fire broke out. The blaze happened just before 3 a.m. in the 4200 block of 6th Street SE on the second floor of the building. A man was taken to a hospital with...



1/19/2018: METRO: Man is charged in sexual assault
A man has been charged in a sexual assault on a Beltsville woman in her home two days before Christmas, authorities said. Jose Gomez-Portillo, 25, of Baltimore, was charged Monday with rape and assault in the Dec. 23 attack, according to a statement...



1/19/2018: METRO: Shooting victim dies; 3 others were injured
A woman who was one of four people shot Wednesday outside a convenience store in Southeast Washington has died, according to the D.C. police department. The victim was identified as Jasmine Lashai Light, 23, of Southwest. Police said Light was the...



1/19/2018: METRO: Ocean City bare-breast ban goes to federal court
A woman who had been fighting for the right to go bare-chested on Ocean City beaches has taken her case to federal court, filing a complaint this week against the Maryland resort destination’s recent ban on public nudity. The lawsuit argues women have...



1/19/2018: METRO: Park Police shooting victim had been hit by another car
A Virginia man who was fatally shot by U.S. Park Police in November first caught the attention of police when he fled the scene of a fender bender in which no one was injured, according to a police report obtained by The Washington Post. Bijan Ghaisar...



1/19/2018: OBITUARIES: Reorganized CIA, oversaw hostage escape plan in 1980

(image) Retired Navy Adm. Stansfield Turner, the iconoclastic director of the Central Intelligence Agency in the late 1970s who significantly reorganized its clandestine ranks and helped usher in a new technological age at the agency, died Jan. 18 at his home...



1/19/2018: OBITUARIES: Players referred to major league umpire as ‘God’

(image) Doug Harvey, a Major League Baseball umpire for 31 years whose calls of balls or strikes, fair or foul, safe or out were delivered with such gusto and authority that he was known as “God” to thousands of ballplayers, died Jan. 13 in Visalia, Calif. He...



1/19/2018: OBITUARIES: French pop singer spent years churning out hits

(image) France Gall, a French pop singer who won the Eurovision Song Contest and sold millions of albums over a four-decade career, died Jan. 7 near Paris. She was 70. The cause was cancer, said her agent Genevieve Salama. Ms. Gall’s collaboration with...



1/19/2018: OBITUARIES: Scientist key to defusing AIDS stigma

(image) Mathilde Krim, a geneticist and virologist who bridged the worlds of laboratory science and political activism to strip AIDS of stigma and turn its treatment into a national cause, died Jan. 15 at her home in Kings Point, N.Y. She was 91. Her death...



1/19/2018: OBITUARIES: NBA star helped take Celtics to championships

(image) Jo Jo White, an exceptional shooting guard for the Boston Celtics who helped take the team to two NBA championships in the 1970s and who also won an Olympic gold medal in the 1968 Summer Olympics, died Jan. 16. He was 71. The Celtics announced his...



1/19/2018: OBITUARIES: Elaine Roehrs, school bus driver
Elaine Roehrs, 82, a Fairfax County, Va., school bus driver from the 1970s to the 1990s, died Nov. 11 at a care center in Charlottesville. The cause was dementia, said a daughter, Julie Preston. Mrs. Roehrs was born Elaine Haney in St. Paul, Minn.,...



1/19/2018: OBITUARIES: Guitarist in hard-rock band Motorhead

(image) Edward “Fast Eddie” Clarke, a guitarist who played in the British hard-rock band Motorhead and performed on some of its biggest hits, including the ferocious anthem “Ace of Spades,” died Jan. 10 in London. He was 67. The cause was complications from...



1/19/2018: OBITUARIES: Elisabeth ‘Lisa’ Kimball, consulting company founder
Elisabeth “Lisa” Kimball, 69, who helped found two Washington-based management consulting firms, died Nov. 3 at a Washington hospital. The cause was amyloidosis, said her husband, John Cooney. Ms. Kimball was born in New Britain, Conn., and settled in...



1/19/2018: OBITUARIES: Isaac Hunt Jr., SEC commissioner
Isaac Hunt Jr., 80, a commissioner of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission from 1996 to 2002, died Oct. 29 at his home in Washington. The cause was complications from atrial fibrillation, said a son, Isaac Hunt III. Mr. Hunt, a native of...



1/19/2018: OBITUARIES: Clarence Gray, USAID officer
Clarence Gray, 100, a U.S. Agency for International Development foreign service officer from 1958 to 1970 who, in retirement, was the president of an international agricultural consulting firm, died Nov. 5 at an assisted living center in Aldie, Va. The...



1/19/2018: OBITUARIES: A. James ‘Al’ Golato, IRS official, school board chairman
A. James “Al” Golato, 94, a retired agent of the Internal Revenue Service who also served on the Bowie (Md.) City Council and chaired the Prince George’s County Board of Education for 13 years, died Nov. 10 at his home in Bowie. The cause was throat...



1/19/2018: OBITUARIES: Jean Newman, editor
Jean Newman, 97, who retired in 1981 as associate editor of Federation Proceedings, a publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, died Nov. 8 at an assisted living center in Gaithersburg, Md. The cause was Alzheimer’s...



1/19/2018: OBITUARIES: Susan Jones, psychotherapist
Susan Jones, 73, a Washington psychotherapist in private practice for 40 years, died Oct. 29 at a hospice center in the District. The cause was endometrial cancer, said her husband, David Jones. Dr. Jones, who lived in Chevy Chase, Md., was born Susan...