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Mike DeBonis, Sari Horwitz and Jerry Markon
The former House speaker allegedly paid a male ex-student to keep quiet about acts that took place decades ago, a federal law enforcement official said.
Chico Harlan and Sarah Halzack
The newfound prudence of American consumers has turned into the country’s core economic dilemma.
Shotaro Abe, 6, trains on Saturdays and Sundays. (The Washington Post)
As foreigners dominate in competition, officials struggle to draw the attention of children who have lost interest in their national sport.
Some properties have starting bids as low as $500 in local tax auctions.
Spencer S. Hsu
The errors are unlikely to reverse cases, the FBI said, but labs and attorneys want to know more.
The case of The Washington Post’s Jason Rezaian may stem from Iranian political infighting.
The city’s troubles hamper the ex-mayor’s pitch as the Democrat prepares to announce his run.
ON SOCCER | Much of FIFA still resists change, but some countries hope to force it on the organization.
WONKBLOG | Americans who live below the poverty line represent a shifting population.
Much of the region’s instability is the result of the president’s disengagement.
Contrary to its language, the Helms amendment is blocking abortions for those who have been raped.
For a demographic that seems to see itself as forever young, classes on growing old have cropped up.
Setting off a firestorm in Nashville, he said playing too many female artists on air is bad for ratings.
Martin O'Malley, in his own words
Blatter in reelection speech: ‘I am not perfect’
N.Y. judge asked to declare chimps ‘persons’
Obama: ‘Handful of senators’ are in way of surveillance bill
A look inside Dennis Hastert's indictment
Prince Ali withdraws from FIFA presidential race
New lab can create hurricane conditions on demand
Nebraska death penalty repeal faces challenge
Death toll from floods climbs to 17
Dogs searching Texas soldier on despite injuries
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THE FIX | The rumpled Vermont independent has quickly emerged as the leading rival to Hillary Clinton’s juggernaut candidacy.
Greg Miller and Adam Goldman
Efforts to secure their release have so far failed, though officials say the U.S. citizens are not hostages.
For foes of capital punishment, the bill’s passage offered a moment of relief after a long, emotional debate.
Emily Kaye Lazzaro
The writer says answering questions about what she does can be paralyzing.
D.C. journalist Charnice Milton was shot and killed at a bus stop after an assignment on Wednesday.
Right-hander leaves in second with apparent injury as Washington falls in the opener of series in Cincinnati.
The Gray Lady goes to great lengths to avoid fraternizing with the denizens of K Street.
A century after his birth, the man who conquered radio, records and film has no contemporary equals.
As chief information security officer, Alex Stamos has helped the company catch up with the competition.
New laws in Canada and other countries require motorists to take a time out from wearable gadgets.
FEDERAL EYE | With Social Security numbers, birth dates and home addresses, identity theft is simple.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The home is considered one of Maryland’s grandest, early-20th-century abodes.
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