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Karen Tumulty and David Nakamura
Once seen as a no-lose proposition for President Obama, the tables are turning for Democrats on immigration thanks to the current crisis on the border.
Amid the offensive’s first known ground assault, warnings signaled further strikes in the northern Gaza Strip.
The moon rises over houses in Olvera, Spain, on Saturday. (Reuters)
PHOTOS | The moon is a “supermoon” when it is closest to the Earth in its orbit, making it look larger and brighter than usual.
Here’s a look at soccer powers Argentina and Germany before they face off on Sunday.
Secretary of State John F. Kerry helped ease a major political crisis in Afghanistan on Saturday.
When it’s time to make a call for Virginia, the well-connected governor has a number at the ready.
COLUMN | Those last-minute deals are usually profitable for the company. But maybe not for you.
A Virginia man planted a flag his kids designed on what his family calls the “Kingdom of North Sudan.”
Argentina and Germany will meet in Sunday’s World Cup final, and one nation will end a long title drought.
Aaron David Miller
Is this the beginning of the third intifada?
Justin Jouvenal, Robert Samuels and DeNeen Brown
The disappearance of an 8-year-old was part of a pattern of problems.
Our Wild Heart: A tribute to Rock Creek Park
Israel widens attack, Gaza death toll rises
Obama calls Republican plan to sue him a ‘political stunt’
Hamas and Israel exchange rocket fire
WHO warns of Ebola spread in West Africa
California gets its first marijuana farmer’s market
Stunning timelapse of Rio during World Cup
LeBron James says he’s returning to Cavaliers
Clashes erupt during West Bank protest
Mom of missing baby released from prison
Gaza death toll reaches over 115
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“If the Nazis had known who I really was, I wouldn’t be alive,’’ says Hessy Taft, who ended up in N.Y.
COLUMN | GOP tactics are making it tougher for younger Americans to cast their ballots.
Michael E. Ruane
Letters from his affair with Carrie Phillips were held under court-ordered seal for the last 50 years.
The writer with her newborn twins. (Darlena Cunha)
A former TV producer chronicles her swift descent into poverty and what it taught her.
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COLUMN | Colorado governor expects to see attack ads during his tough reelection campaign, but he wishes otherwise.
Disenchanted with Nouri al-Maliki’s Shiite-led government, many Sunnis sympathize with the militants.
Lori Aratani and Mary Pat Flaherty
Tolls are the rail project’s only open-ended funding source, making commuters a vulnerable target.
Keeping talent in place.
Braff was eager to follow up his mega-hit ‘Garden State.’ It took a decade to do it his way.
Members of the cast and crew talk about the circle of life in the touring production of the popular show.
The 1890s house called Glen Hurst was one of the original homes in the Palisades neighborhood.
NATIONALS JOURNAL | Florida’s Henderson Alvarez was named the replacement, rather than another player from Washington.
POST EVERYTHING | A lecturer says even cellphones that have been wiped still store original data.
Algenol says it holds the key to climate-friendly biofuels — and it’s under siege by the Chinese military.
Josh Hicks and Alice Crites
FEDERAL EYE | That is more than double the number of problems reported in 2009.
Q&A TRANSCRIPT | Hank Stuever discussed the Emmy nominations and what’s coming in the fall TV season.
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