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Sepp Blatter’s surprise announcement came just days after he was reelected despite the indictment of other FIFA officials on corruption charges.
The Senate ended more than a week of sharp debate by passing the USA Freedom Act, which will end the NSA’s bulk collection of phone records after a six-month transition period.
How a small charity turned into an empire of celebrity and controversy
The foundation woos the world’s most powerful to help the powerless, but the very things that made it work for Bill Clinton have proved troublesome for Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
David A. Fahrenthold, Tom Hamburger and Rosalind S. Helderman
The Post’s Jonathan Capehart talks about the respect that must follow Caitlyn Jenner’s name change.
Only 14 people of the 456 on board are known to have survived after the ship was overturned by a cyclone.
Dan Balz and Peyton M. Craighill
She is leading the Democratic nomination contest, but no front-runner has emerged for the GOP.
The committee heard pleas from families of those being detained, including The Post’s Jason Rezaian.
It isn’t revenge for “War of the Worlds,” but a device to test new parachutes for Mars’s atmosphere.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
Refusing to expand Medicaid is bad medicine. But GOP lawmakers keep swallowing it.
Michael E. Miller
What was supposed to be a roadside rescue quickly escalated into a fatal altercation.
GRADE POINT | A response from Science Magazine’s career-advice columnist sparked wide backlash.
WONKBLOG | Spoiler alert: You will probably want to stand up from your desk while you read this story.
Rebels try to turn back Islamic State in Aleppo
Peterson on return to Vikings: ‘It felt good’
Boston police fatally shoot machete-wielding terror suspect
FBI behind mysterious surveillance aircraft
Hundreds still missing from China cruise ship
FIFA President Sepp Blatter announces resignation
Jason Rezaian's family pleads to Congress
Obama awards Medal of Honor to WWI soldiers
Tax administration: IRS attackers went 'beyond Russia'
South Korean officials worry about MERS deaths
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THE FIX | Outside of committed campaign finance reform advocates -- a single-digit percentage of the overall population -- getting big money out of politics simply isn’t a voting priority.
Michael Birnbaum and Karen DeYoung
The U.S.-led coalition used Paris meeting to discuss crisis over Ramadi but no major strategy shifts seen.
Ashley Halsey III
His lawyer says no as NTSB compares phone records with timing of crash that killed 8, injured 200.
A letter I wrote to Biden as a teenager — and his thoughtful reply — helped me come to terms with how fleeting life can be.
Two people were shot Thursday during rush hour in Northern Va.
In Tuesday’s first game, Washington’s Jordan Zimmermann provides a long, productive start.
The writer of 29 titles, 86 million copies sold, brings out a novel for adults mined from her childhood.
“Grey,” which is told from Christian Grey’s point of view, will publish on June 18.
The search giant says it will be testing Project Loon more widely in the coming year.
The companies don’t advertise that students can get some of that same help for free.
FEDERAL EYE | The inspector general describes a “culture of complacency” when it comes to employee misconduct.
Kenneth R. Harney
KEN HARNEY | Tougher standards are needed to protect taxpayers.
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