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Amid growing questions about whether it will be able to remain in the euro zone, Greece’s missed payment was a landmark moment in Europe’s five-year battle to preserve its common currency.
So firm is the German leader’s line on austerity that she appeared to turn down a last-minute counterproposal by Greece’s prime minister for a new bailout.
WOMEN’S WORLD CUP
Members of the U.S. team celebrate Kelley O'Hara's goal. (Getty)
Carli Lloyd scored on a penalty kick and Kelley O’Hara added a late goal as the Americans’ shutout string continued.
From chicken and waffles to homemade pastries, residents of Portland prioritize breakfast and brunch.
Wesley Lowery, Kimberly Kindy and Keith L. Alexander
A quarter of the 462 people shot to death by police in the first six months of 2015 were mentally distraught.
Cases involving abortion, gun rights, race in college admissions and voting rights could surface next term.
STYLE BLOG | Young designers who aspire to dress women of substance owe her a debt.
Julie Zauzmer, DeNeen L. Brown and Ian Shapira
Ji’Aire Donnell Lee was alive when his mother put him on the swing, and police ruled his death a homicide.
Ed O’Keefe, Matea Gold and David A. Fahrenthold
The ex-Florida governor released three decades of tax returns, but not information on his current assets.
Many are unsure of whether the New Jersey governor’s once-golden political brand can be salvaged.
History tells us that intolerance is a losing bet in America.
Louisiana and Texas are the main offenders.
Companies and celebrities with relationships with Trump are cutting ties to him after recent statements.
THE SWITCH | The economics of streaming music right now argue against paying for music.
PowerPost Intelligence for leaders
The shootings remind “Yes we can” Obama of his limited power.
Sanders has emerged as a social media darling.
The long shot GOP candidate called his mom the “ideal woman.”
The hotel is now owned by a Chinese company.
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THE FIX | Not even Trump’s billions can save him from this reality.
Negotiators need a few more days to see if they can iron out differences over curbing Iran’s nuclear program.
Ariana Eunjung Cha
A large study has found a link between citrus consumption and melanoma but some nutrition scientists are skeptical.
Taking a dose of testosterone gave me a new sense of empathy.
Lori Aratani and Dana Hedgpeth
Metro is proposing to add trains, reduce wait times on the Blue Line, but cut service on four other lines.
The latest news, analysis and whispers as the NBA free agency period gets underway.
Channing Tatum and friends bump and grind their way back to the well, with uneven results.
The first top-ranking black woman at the prestigious company is an important step forward in widening the range of accepted female beauty.
The five hackers are accused of stealing health, employment, and banking data, or trying to force people to pay a ransom to regain control of their devices and running fake online auctions.
New research finds that we are more frequently leaving shopping Web sites without making a purchase.
FEDERAL EYE | Officials say the shutdown is not related to the recent hack, but the weakness posed a significant risk.
Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new settlement rules are scheduled to go into effect Oct. 1.
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