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Undecided lawmakers’ reviews of the agreement will leave the outcome uncertain for weeks — into the summer congressional recess, when advocates on both sides are expected to mount targeted efforts to pressure those still on the fence.
Charles Ornstein | ProPublica
Regulators cited a report by ProPublica and The Post that focused on nursing homes’ failure to manage Coumadin.
A stereographic projection of the northern hemisphere. (The Post)
Weiyi (Dawn) Cai and Ana Swanson
WONKBLOG | In ancient times, many thought the world ended at the horizon. Today we know better, but maybe not that much better.
His positions on key issues, like abortion and health care, appear radically different through the years.
The GOP presidential hopeful has long tangled with public employee unions over pensions and benefits.
While in Congress, the GOP presidential hopeful was promoted despite years of little or no work.
THE FIX | He’s declared he’ll win the Hispanic vote, but three-fourths of those asked dislike him.
Her case is likely to revive an already vigorous debate in Britain about assisted suicide.
The most serious man in fake news took on D.C.’s absence of voting rights in Congress.
Manicured lawns are ruining the planet.
After successful trips across Germany and Canada, hitchBot was vandalized beyond repair in the U.S.
WONKBLOG | Oh, sure, A/C improved our lives. And then we became addicted to it.
The U.S. National Arboretum is honoring the tree’s history 70 years after the Hiroshima bombing.
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Zimbabwean authorities identified the hunter as Jan Seski of Pennsylvania and said the illegal killing took place in April.
Introducing Sabrina Corgatelli, the world’s latest most hated huntress.
Hope Loudon and Elizabeth Loudon
Stop enforcing bad custody agreements by locking kids up.
ON LEADERSHIP | FEDERAL EYE | Roughly two-thirds of managers say it’s rare for workers to be dismissed for performance.
Too bad she doesn’t tell Bethe Correia, “Don’t cry.“
The iconic singer and the pop diva delivered a night of captivating crooning at the Kennedy Center.
Michael J. West
The jazz drummer, 90, who still merits the name “Snap Crackle,” was the dominant force of a younger quartet.
AT&T is already putting DirecTV to use with a new plan that bundles wireless and television content together.
COLUMN | With Social Security unsustainable and no political appetite for reform, we are largely on our own.
Colleen M. Kelley talks about victories for federal employees and frustrations during her 16 years as president of the National Treasury Employees Union before she retires next week.
Nancy Simmons Starrs
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