At least 385 killed by police
so far this year

A Post analysis reveals about 2.6 fatal police shootings a day in 2015, nearly twice the rate reported by the FBI in the past decade — a statistic based on incomplete data from police agencies.

Before slayings, a D.C. family had big plans for the future

Friends say Savvas and Amy Savopoulos nurtured their children’s passions and their own projects before they were killed in their home, along with son Philip, 10.

Beau Biden, left, with his father in 2008. (Reuters)

Vice president’s son dies

Joseph Robinette “Beau” Biden III battled brain cancer before his death at age 46, Vice President Biden said Saturday night.

A flaw in the design: Behind the
making of a vulnerable Internet

A flaw in the design: Behind the <br>making of a vulnerable Internet

Scientists worried about some threats but didn’t foresee network users attacking one another.

O’Malley’s challenge to Clinton: Ideological or generational? Or both?

O’Malley’s challenge to Clinton: Ideological or generational? Or both?

THE TAKE | Md.'s ex-governor faces long odds but sees parallels with mentor Gary Hart’s 1984 campaign.

Hastert’s post-Congress life one of political withdrawal and chasing cash

Hastert’s post-Congress life one of political withdrawal and chasing cash

The former House speaker had vanished from the usual political circles occupied by lobbyists.

‘I will force the expiration of the NSA illegal spy program,’ Rand Paul says

‘I will force the expiration of the NSA illegal spy program,’ Rand Paul says

He vows a challenge when the Senate convenes a rare Sunday session to discuss surveillance.

Why an Ohio judge believes ‘eye for
an eye’ justice is better than jail time

Why an Ohio judge believes ‘eye for <br>an eye’ justice is better than jail time

He has ordered offenders to wear humiliating signs, spend time in the wilderness and look at dead bodies.

In the changing South, a dying church finds a buyer: an Arabic congregation

In the changing South, a dying church finds a buyer: an Arabic congregation

Faced with declining membership, a Southern Baptist church in Tennessee has an epiphany.

Stubbornness from customer service? Remember, two can play that game.

Stubbornness from customer service? Remember, two can play that game.

COLUMN | Here’s how to push back in an era when travel firms routinely reject refund or upgrade requests.

Weeks before pushing her dead son
on a swing, she told court she was fine

Weeks before pushing her dead son <br>on a swing, she told court she was fine

Romechia Simms held onto custody of her son, Ji’Aire, even though his father feared for the boy’s safety.

What to do when your company plans to lay you off while you’re on leave

What to do when your company plans to lay you off while you’re on leave

@WORK ADVICE | This reader is worried her maternity leave may become permanent.

Local

‘She overcame much and excelled at everything she put her hand to’

‘She overcame much and excelled at everything she put her hand to’

D.C. journalist Charnice Milton was fatally shot Wednesday at a bus stop after an assignment.

Sports

NASCAR driver ‘completely forgot’ new rule, wanders onto hot track after vehicle crashes

NASCAR driver ‘completely forgot’ new rule, wanders onto hot track after vehicle crashes

Jennifer Jo Cobb will now likely become the first person penalized under the rule NASCAR made after Tony Stewart accidentally killed Kevin Ward Jr. last year.

Technology

Steve Case: Get ready, the Internet is about to change again. Here’s how.

Steve Case: Get ready, the Internet is about to change again. Here’s how.

The AOL co-founder reflects on the company’s first 30 years and what’s to come.

Business

Pay for area’s CEOs outpaces U.S.

Pay for area’s CEOs outpaces U.S.

The rise has come as the region’s economy lags behind that of other metropolitan areas.

Diversions