Campus officer charged in death of unarmed man

Samuel Dubose, who was black, was shot in the head by white officer Raymond Tensing during a traffic stop in Cincinnati. Body-camera footage contradicted the initial police report that Tensing was dragged by the car and nearly run over.

Koch network takes cue
from Obama’s playbook

The billionaire brothers and their conservative allies are aiming to match the data-driven ground operation that helped get the president reelected.

Sara Simone holds a sparkler at a wedding in Md. (Sarah L. Voisin/Post)

What it’s like to be a transgender woman if you’re not Caitlyn Jenner

Sara Simone may be broke and “rebuilding,” but she’s happier now than in the decades she lived as a man. And she’s making sure the world recognizes her as the woman she’s become.

Wild card Trump complicates Republicans’ debate prep

Wild card Trump complicates Republicans’ debate prep

As the top tier gets ready to take the stage next week in Cleveland, others scramble to make the cut.

Mohammad Omar, who led Taliban from the beginning, died in 2013

Mohammad Omar, who led Taliban from the beginning, died in 2013

The one-eyed Omar became a charismatic commander and elusive enemy of the United States.

Clinton donors have also pumped millions into McAuliffe’s coffers

Clinton donors have also pumped millions into McAuliffe’s coffers

The overlap highlights how closely the Va. governor’s political universe is intertwined with the Clintons.

Want to host the Olympics? Most western cities would rather not.

Want to host the Olympics? Most western cities would rather not.

Many democracies view the Games as a financial drain rather than a symbol of prestige and patriotism.

Richard Nixon and his ego
are alive and well — on Twitter

Richard Nixon and his ego <br> are alive and well — on Twitter

STYLE BLOG | The fake account of the 37th president might be exactly the type of analysis we need.

Wait, wait — can you say that on air? There’s a debate on cursing at NPR.

Wait, wait — can you say that on air? There’s a debate on cursing at NPR.

Whether to bleep or not to bleep has sparked a lively — not suitable for all audiences — internal discussion.

World’s youngest double hand transplant recipient ‘woke up smiling’

World’s youngest double hand transplant recipient ‘woke up smiling’

The 8-year-old Maryland boy lost his hands and both legs to complications from an infection.

Local

McAuliffe’s blue crab claim proves hard to swallow for Marylanders

McAuliffe’s blue crab claim proves hard to swallow for Marylanders

If the crustaceans are born in Virginia (and they are), should the Chesapeake delicacy be renamed?

Technology

Facebook is spending money to make money. And it’s working.

Facebook is spending money to make money. And it’s working.

While it beat analyst expectations, it didn’t exceed them as much as many investors had expected headed into the report.

Business

Why dentists are so darn rich

Why dentists are so darn rich

WONKBLOG | Dentists in some places are so well compensated that they earn more than the average doctor.

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