As Donald Trump surges in polls, Democrats cheer

The celebrity businessman — and his ego — are proving toxic for Republicans, who are urgently trying to woo the Latino voters he angered with inflammatory comments about Mexican immigrants.

Justice probing potential airline price collusion

Justice Department officials are looking into whether airlines are working together to grow at a slower pace as part of an effort to keep airfares high.

“It’s not done for novelty,” says one chef. “It’s a way of life.” (Post photos)

Portland’s gifted chefs push region’s natural bounty to delectable frontiers

The quest for America’s best food cities continues in Portland, Ore., where world-class local ingredients attract top-notch chefs and culinary quirk has been raised to delicious heights.

    Bankruptcy is a real possibility for Greece. Does its leader have a plan?

    Bankruptcy is a real possibility for Greece. Does its leader have a plan?

    Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s contradictory actions confused both his allies and European leaders.

    Before church shooting, Dylann Roof went on tour of slavery and racism

    Before church shooting, Dylann Roof went on tour of slavery and racism

    The accused Charleston gunman made visits to plantations, a slave port and a Confederacy museum.

    Episcopal Church will allow wedding ceremonies for same-sex couples

    Episcopal Church will allow wedding ceremonies for same-sex couples

    ANALYSIS | Bishops agreed to a compromise that allows dioceses to choose not to perform marriages.

    As a rule is lifted, 1600 Penn
    becomes an Instagram hit

    As a rule is lifted, 1600 Penn <br>becomes an Instagram hit

    Lifting the longtime ban — in a scripted manner — fit neatly into the administration’s social media efforts.

    Martial arts sword said to be among weapons used in Savopoulos killings

    Martial arts sword said to be among weapons used in Savopoulos killings

    A preliminary hearing Thursday for accused killer Daron Wint could shed more light on the slayings.

    Researcher who faked HIV vaccine results receives rare prison sentence

    Researcher who faked HIV vaccine results receives rare prison sentence

    Dong Pyou Han altered samples of rabbit blood, which made it appear the vaccine was working.

    48 million-year-old Jesus lizard likely walked on water, scientists say

    48 million-year-old Jesus lizard likely walked on water, scientists say

    The speedy reptiles would put Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, the fastest man on Earth, to shame.

    Local

    D.C. hit with worst storm since the 2012 derecho. Here’s what happened.

    D.C. hit with worst storm since the 2012 derecho. Here’s what happened.

    WEATHER GANG | A violent complex of storms blasted the D.C. area, downing trees and producing blinding rain.

    Sports

    Spurs would become title favorite with Aldridge; Cavs primed for Finals return

    Spurs would become title favorite with Aldridge; Cavs primed for Finals return

    San Antonio made moves to convince LaMarcus Aldridge to join them. Cleveland brought back Kevin Love. It could mean a Spurs-Cavs matchup in the Finals.

    Technology

    Mark Zuckerberg says the future
    of communication is telepathy

    Mark Zuckerberg says the future <br> of communication is telepathy

    THE INTERSECT | Imagine a world where you can “like” a Facebook post without lifting a finger.

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