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Sari Horwitz and Adam Goldman
Investigators said the Islamic State’s propaganda could have fueled the attack on a cartoon contest lampooning the prophet Muhammad, but so far they saw no signs that the two men were directed by the group.
The ACLU is demanding answers about the previously secret nighttime aerial surveillance by city and federal authorities in the wake of protests and unrest over the death of Freddie Gray.
Prime Minister David Cameron speaks at a rally Monday. (AFP/Getty Images)
Known for his refined restraint, Prime Minister David Cameron is unleashing a passion few voters have ever seen as he leads a political charge to keep himself and his fellow Tories in power.
Poet Janay Baker reads an original poem for The Post, reflecting on the city’s week of protests.
Cecilia Kang and Will Hobson
Sports used to be the only genre that was safe from piracy. Now it’s easy to set up illegal live streams.
Supported by zero Democrats, the plan calls for non-defense spending cuts of $496 billion over 10 years.
The Democratic candidate stressed that no Republican seeking the presidency has any such plan.
The relaxation of U.S.-Cuba trade limits fuels hope that some business will revive the town Hershey made.
An injured wrist kept Washington’s all-star in a suit, and Atlanta pulled away late to even the series at 1-1.
Being the candidate of the little guy is a worthy aim, but the super-rich won’t give him a chance.
In an official opinion, Attorney General Herring restores legal logic to keep Virginia’s clinics open.
The 12-year-old boy shot to death by Cleveland police in November still hasn’t been buried.
Tattoos and tanning beds also “violate the Islamic system's regulations,” an official warned.
How women are making it big in small business
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A poem for Baltimore: 'Where the power at?'
Dave Goldberg, 'a brilliant boss'
3 ways McDonald's is changing its menu
Are the Nationals finally on track?
Who is Pamela Geller?
Dreaming of the perfect sound, with a half completed organ
Why can't Avengers and X-Men team up?
Rise of the machine as movie villain
Who is Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn J. Mosby?
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Philip Rucker, Rosalind S. Helderman and Tom Hamburger
As the Clintons showcase their charity’s work, some criticize a Moroccan mining firm’s donations.
The insurgents showed their ability to carry out assaults despite weeks of Saudi-led airstrikes against them.
The judges reversed an earlier ruling; lawyers said they will appeal the privacy case to the Supreme Court.
In moments like the one we’re in, it’s important to remember that Americans, regardless of race or religion, have more in common than we don’t.
Cheryl W. Thompson
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake works to pick herself up after public backlash after Freddie Gray’s death.
Right-hander leaves after three innings with an injury and the lineup fails to deliver in the clutch.
Marcus J. Moore
With frontman Chad Clark dealing with health issues, the D.C.-area band was in a holding pattern.
From the author of “The Gathering,” a tale of a matriarch’s joys and disappointments.
Comcast says its subscribers for high-speed Internet have surpassed cable television customers for the first time.
Target-date funds — one of the most popular retirement funds — are growing less expensive. People are smarter about using them, too.
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