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Paul Kane and Carol D. Leonnig
Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) faces charges for what prosecutors believe was improper use of his office to help a Florida eye doctor who was also a longtime friend and campaign contributor.
The national uproar over Indiana’s religious freedom act has some Indianapolis businesses worried that it will harm the city’s economy.
California has been dealing with a drought for years. (AP)
Cities and towns must cut water use by 25 percent in response to a years-long drought that officials fear will worsen this summer.
This fighter jet helmet developed by Lockheed Martin enables the pilot to see through the plane’s skin.
A jury found 11 former educators guilty of conspiring to change test scores in the widespread scandal.
The president kept negotiations moving despite second guessing from Democrats and foreign allies.
FACT CHECKER | The numbers might seem large, but the research seems solid, experts said.
Eighty percent of locations would be exempt, but the move will still cover roughly 90,000 workers.
Construction on reefs and rocks is raising concerns about a possible confrontation with its neighbors.
Tammy Darvish was devoted to building her father’s dealerships for 30 years. Then, she was blindsided.
The former Bush administration official thinks bombing Iran is the only option.
A ‘dark money’ cloud looms over the fledgling presidential campaign.
Clarence Williams and Dana Hedgpeth
The suspected motive in David Messerschmitt’s killing is robbery, two law enforcement officials said.
CHECKPOINT | The helmet lets the pilot see through the plane while the visor displays vital information.
Jeanine Grant Lister
POSTEVERYTHING | A mom who relied on government aid calls bills limiting food choices an indignity.
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Carol D. Leonnig
A House panel demanded testimony from two agency employees about a White House incident March 4.
An unorthodox move for sex workers.
CAPS INSIDER | With any type of win against Montreal and a regulation win over Ottawa, the Capitals would punch their playoff ticket.
A watchdog report criticized the Library of Congress as lacking the leadership to solve its problems.
What not to believe today in tech.
WONKBLOG | Getting rid of the estate tax would give the top 0.2 percent, and only the top 0.2 percent, $246 billion over the next decade.
Al Kamen and Colby Itkowitz
IN THE LOOP | The fears of the merely wealthy, eager for postings at U.S. embassies, may be unfounded.
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