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Griff Witte and Michael Birnbaum
The stakes in today’s referendum could be as large as Greece’s place in Europe, the survival of its government and the welfare of a population battered by a profound economic collapse.
WONKBLOG | How the nation got here after five years of bailouts.
"The fear factor is justified," county GOP Chairman Albert Ellison says. (Post)
Bastrop residents fear that a military exercise will be used spy on them and establish martial law, and they blame President Obama.
Plenty of parades, barbecues and, of course, fireworks celebrate Independence Day.
How did Iowa’s biggest rivals on same-sex marriage become friends? It started over coffee.
As the disease becomes more common, more work to prevent, or at least postpone, its onset.
Elizabeth Koh, Will Greenberg and Faiz Siddiqui
Soaked grass and muddy fields didn’t deter crowds from cheering the annual fireworks on the Mall.
They crowd sidewalks, block streets and don’t know how to ride the Metro, but they bring D.C. big bucks.
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Scenes from a populist insurrection.
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The U.S. soccer legend and her teammates have a chance to avenge the 2011 loss to Japan in the final.
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COLUMN | Although party affiliation shifted back to the left, don’t count out the GOP for the White House.
Militant teachers in the state of Oaxaca have burned buildings and seized plazas to protest merit tests.
Measure aimed at helping feds detect terrorist threats, but critics fear intrusion on privacy and free speech.
The flags celebrate a victory some people had no part in winning, one critic says.
Christine Ayala and Martin Weil
The Fourth of July stabbing may have occurred during a robbery, police said.
The starter left with “tightness in his left side,” but Washington battered the Giants, 9-3.
The Peruvian Brothers, now vending for the Folklife Festival, see their dishes as an ode to their childhood.
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Summer is the perfect time to catch up on some of 2015’s best works.
Even after the “Instagram Rapture,” fake accounts persist on Instagram.
WONKBLOG | Half a million Americans take $50,000 in prescription medications per year. Who ultimately foots the bill?
FEDERAL EYE | Authorities hope to minimize delays by jumpstarting the process with hard copy questionnaires.
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