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Griff Witte and Michael Birnbaum
An emergency meeting in Brussels ended acrimoniously as European leaders called Greece’s proposal inadequate and demanded it return with a detailed plan to save itself from economic oblivion.
In rules-oriented Germany, support for a hard-line stance has only strengthened in the days since Greek voters resoundingly rejected tougher cuts.
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Peter Hermann, Michael Smith and Keith L. Alexander
After stabbing an American U. graduate more than 30 times, the alleged attacker is said to have asked other riders “What ya’ll got?”
Simple changes to how you’re using your thermostat could add up to significant money and energy savings.
Manuel Roig-Franzia, Paul Farhi and Geoff Edgers
After the comedian’s team spent years fighting accusations, his brand might be irretrievably damaged.
The Democratic senator has secured federal protection for nearly 3.4 million acres over the years.
The move shows the shift in the marriage debate since the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling.
The state Supreme Court said the monument on statehouse grounds violates the state constitution.
WONKBLOG | The evolution of office design speaks volumes about the way we think about work.
It’s time for the monetary equivalent of a divorce lawyer who can help reckon the costs of a breakup.
A Senate hearing reveals only 60 Syrians have been enlisted in the U.S.’s $500 million training efforts.
Elahe Izadi and Sarah Larimer
The celebrity chef has been trying to bounce back since 2013, when she admitted that she used a racial slur.
Sarah Larimer and Abby Ohlheiser
Subway said it thinks the inquiry is related to a former employee of Jared Fogle’s charity.
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As the Democratic front-runner struggles to appear accessible on the campaign trail, a super PAC is drilling supporters in talking points about why they want her for president.
In 2005, 4 bombs ripped through the London transport system, killing 52 people and injuring 700.
Primed by the use of prescription pain-killers, heroin addiction is spreading rapidly in all corners of society
It’s the young vs. the old, all over again.
Michael S. Rosenwald
From New York to Northern Virginia, some of the clashes over what kind of books to buy have been heated.
Washington right-hander Max Scherzer fails to make it out of the fifth inning in his shortest start in more than a year.
The veteran voice actor will return for two more seasons.
Comic-Con 2015: With new proof-positive data about gender parity, can we now finally kill the tired geek stereotype? These experts take stock.
Details on the telecom firm’s latest bid to win regulator approval for its massive acquisition of DirecTV.
WONKBLOG | The Army has already discharged 80,000 troops. The next 40,000 will be harder, especially for the communities that depend on them.
FINE PRINT | If a pact is struck in Vienna, it will be the beginning of a complex political and diplomatic process.
TOWN SQUARE | The units, priced from $749,900 to $1.124 million, are expected to be ready for residents in the spring of 2016.
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