VIDEO: Baltimore aftermath: The damage left after protests

The morning after violent protests in Baltimore, firefighters, crews and neighbors worked to clean up the destruction left behind. Here’s a look at scenes from the street.

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VIDEO: Wealth and Freedom in Ethiopia

As Ethiopia opens its economy to western investors, its political system is becoming more closed, human rights organizations say. Photo: EPA

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VIDEO: Are you a member of Congress? Don’t do these things.

Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.) resigned from Congress amid allegations he misused funds. The Washington Post’s Ben Terris explains a few things lawmakers might want to avoid if they want to keep their seats.

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VIDEO: The price tag of political corruption

Here’s a look at five of the most notable bribery cases in politics — and how much it took for lawmakers to sell out.

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VIDEO: Netanyahu’s speech to Congress, in 3 minutes

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a joint session of Congress that removing economic sanctions on Iran would have terrible outcomes. Here are highlights from his speech.

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VIDEO: Jeb Bush on Shrinking Middle Class and Immigration

During his first major policy speech as a would-be presidential candidate at the Detroit Economic Club Jeb Bush discussed the shrinking middle class, immigration and education reform. Watch excerpts of his speech. Photo: AP

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VIDEO: The State of the Union, explained

The Post’s Ed O’Keefe details the pomp and circumstance of the most-watched political event of the year: the annual State of the Union address.

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VIDEO: The Congressman who created MLK Day on race relations

Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) is the longest-serving Congressman and the first black member to hold that distinction. More than 50 years after the March on Washington, Conyers discusses current race relations and how the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy plays a role.

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VIDEO: Chuck Hagel’s biggest challenges as defense secretary

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced his resignation, stepping down under pressure from the White House. Here’s a look at how he responded to some of the biggest defense issues during his tenure.

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