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Sandhya Somashekhar and Amy Goldstein
Two federal appellate courts handed down contradictory rulings on the legality of a provision of the law that provides insurance subsidies to millions.
To deter Hamas, the military plans to destroy the homes of Palestinians accused of violence — displacing families in the process.
A handout released says it shows a flight path. (U.S. Intelligence Community)
Officials describe the sensitive information, ranging from satellite images to social media analysis, as evidence that Moscow trained and equipped rebels in Ukraine responsible for the downed jet.
A court ruling threatens to raise the price of health insurance for Americans who used HealthCare.gov.
The immigration crisis has given him the chance to stare down Obama — and win back voters.
Ann E. Marimow
Defense lawyers worry suspects are talked into crimes in D.C. operations that mimic controversial FBI tactics.
The activist has mounted a campaign arguing the dangers of vaccines. But what has it cost him?
The former Dollar General CEO will now face Michelle Nunn in a race for retiring Sen. Chambliss’s seat.
Anonymous sources have a place in reporting — and the White House knows it.
As the Syrian death toll and extremist threat increases, the U.S. does little.
A Post editor explores the joy and stress of simultaneously handling a major medical issue and a toddler.
Three cooking tips from a 10-year-old
Obamacare subsidies explained in one minute
No joke: Teenager tries her hand at stand-up
Who has the most popular NFL jersey?
Progressives describe Democratic Party in one word
Texas Senate candidate: Cornyn only cares about photo ops with vets
Path to redemption
5 strategies to raise moral, kind children
Metro trains learn a new dance
Six Apollo moon landings, captured on video
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David Nakamura and Ed O’Keefe
The administration warned that it is running out of money to address the child-migrant crisis at the border.
In Iraqi parlors, religious divides are transcended by a love for ink and grunge.
A list meant to give up-to-the-minute data on availability is being updated as seldom as once a day.
Daniel W. Drezner
Unstable markets make everyone unhappy.
Opponents of marijuana find themselves in a lopsided battle.
With solid acting, the staging of Conor McPherson’s play can stand against any BBC America miniseries.
Real estate agents have differing views on whether to wait until fall or take the plunge now.
DC SPORTS BOG | After spending the last two preseasons in Fairfax, the Wizards will be back in D.C.
People are posting their confessions on a new app called Secret, created by a Silicon Valley start-up that last week collected $25 million in funding.
ON LEADERSHIP | An unusual alliance of managers and rank-and-file employees at a northeast grocery chain is rallying to prompt the return of a former executive.
At Robert A. McDonald’s confirmation hearing, senators appeared as not wanting to scare him off.
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