Clinton e-mail review could find security issues

Her use of personal e-mail did not automatically break State Department rules, but the agency is looking into whether work messages sent from her account included sensitive information that must be handled on a system that meets specific security protocols.

‘Superbug’ outbreak raises questions on a healing tool

Sometimes-deadly infections have been traced back to the care of scopes used to treat problems in the digestive tract.

A model presents a creation by Simon Porte Jacquemus in Paris. (Getty)

New designers turn to nudity to make a splash at Paris Fashion Week

Going bare is the easiest (or cheapest) way to gain attention.
But gynecology is not part of fashion’s mission statement.

Prosecutors question D.C. crime lab’s handling of some DNA evidence

Prosecutors question D.C. crime lab’s handling of some DNA evidence

The U.S. attorney’s office has been sending samples to outside labs, but officials defend their work.

Harrison Ford treated at hospital after crashing plane on golf course

Harrison Ford treated at hospital after crashing plane on golf course

The actor, 72, was said to suffer head injuries. His son later tweets that “Dad is ok. Battered, but ok!”

Fifty years after ‘Bloody Sunday’ march, struggles endure in Selma

Fifty years after ‘Bloody Sunday’ march, struggles endure in Selma

The spotlight returns to a place still trying to overcome the racial divisions that have come to define it.

This college basketball player came out, and it was pretty much normal

This college basketball player came out, and it was pretty much normal

UMass junior Derrick Gordon’s first season as an openly gay athlete elicited no taunts, slurs or jeers.

National

Man who lost son, and tended to his other wounded kids, testifies in Boston bombing trial

Man who lost son, and tended to his other wounded kids, testifies in Boston bombing trial

William Richard, composed throughout his nearly hour-long testimony, describes the day of the bombing and seeing one son mortally wounded and a daughter with her leg nearly torn off.

Sports

Time for Nats to pick up the pace

Time for Nats to pick up the pace

Washington’s hitters, among the slowest in the majors last season, face new rules starting Thursday.

Business

Is China’s 1929 moment coming?

Is China’s 1929 moment coming?

WONKBLOG | Even though China’s economy is still growing more than 7 percent, its debt bubble is looking rather ominous.

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