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The Obama administration has begun a profound shift in its enforcement of immigration laws, aiming to hasten the integration of long-term illegal immigrants into society rather than sending them home, according to documents and federal officials.
Arelis R. Hernández and Peter Hermann
Authorities said there were no injuries, and officials found no evidence of a gunman after a tense morning in which police swarmed the area.
Jay Austin has built his tiny house in D.C. (M. Morgan for The Post)
Millennials whose college loans have put traditional houses out of reach and retiring baby boomers looking for minimal maintenance are fueling America’s love affair with miniature homes.
Mariela Shaker is a 24-year-old classical violinist from Syria using music to raise awareness.
WONKBLOG | In other words, the current unemployment rate of 5.3 percent isn’t as good as it seems.
Griff Witte and Michael Birnbaum
The finance minister’s pledge is a sign the government’s future is on the line in the Sunday referendum.
Ellen Nakashima, Steven Mufson and Joel Achenbach
The agreement settles outstanding claims arising from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon incident.
POSTEVERYTHING | The flags celebrate a victory some people had no part in winning, one man says.
Justin Wm. Moyer
John Schneider said the Confederate flag on the featured car in the show wasn’t a symbol of hate.
George F. Will
The Supreme Court’s decision presents a perilous moment.
SPORTS BOG | The Nationals’ star outfielder bares all, but he says his abs could be a little better.
The Pamunkey, who claim Pocahontas as an ancestor, are the state’s first tribe to be recognized.
The two were a phenomenal team in Iraq. Then the battle at home pulled them even closer.
RELIABLE SOURCE | After police complained about drunken parties, lawmakers are scaling things back.
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POWERPOST | Did Justice Scalia forget that his colleagues had been robbed, mugged and burgled?
Winton found temporary homes for children in danger, many of whom lost parents to death camps.
Former CNN reporter Chuck de Caro and his wife, former Headline News anchor Lynne Russell, were involved in a shootout in their motel room in Albuquerque.
Support on social media does not equal support for gay rights.
DR. GRIDLOCK | Whether you stay local or go long distances, don’t let these traffic obstacles spoil the fun.
The latest news, analysis and whispers as the NBA free agency period gets underway.
Welcome to (almost) hands-free driving and the chance to do more, uh, work while behind the wheel.
Peggy McGlone and Amy Brittain
The journalism museum, beset by $307 million in debt, proposed selling shares in the building for a cash infusion.
Roberto A. Ferdman
WONKBLOG | Data scientists have figured out the optimal time to post things to Facebook.
Michael A. Fletcher
Puerto Rico’s economic problems have plagued residents for years, driving an exodus from the island.
FEDERAL EYE | The sentencing of Jeffrey Neely is the final chapter in the GSA spending scandal that changed government operations.
D.C. couple proves that single-family houses can be had for under $500,000 — with a little extra effort.
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