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American pellet mills are helping European nations meet mandates to cut coal use, but critics say the switch to wood could create more carbon pollution and endanger U.S. wildlife habitats.
Brady Dennis and Lenny Bernstein
For patients, the National Cancer Institute’s new study and strategy means access to experimental drugs that may be more effective and available sooner.
A person is rescued from the Yangtze River in Hubei Province. (AP)
Crew members said the vessel carrying more than 400 passengers, many of them tourists, got caught in a cyclone.
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Justin Wm. Moyer and Nick Kirkpatrick
History is already being rewritten.
The assault opened a new front and underscored the militants’ capacity to catch its enemies off guard.
Dan Balz and Peyton M. Craighill
The Post-ABC News poll shows Clinton on top for Democrats. No front-runner has emerged for GOP.
Michael E. Miller
What was supposed to be a roadside rescue quickly escalated into a fatal altercation.
Lighter fare, a pace for the digital age and some Brian Williams fallout boost “World News Tonight.”
In place of a Republican salute to black music, a limp handshake.
Following April’s rioting, the world’s attention shifted away from the city. Then the real violence began.
Soraya Nadia McDonald
“Call me Caitlyn”: The former Olympian and reality TV dad expressed relief in an interview.
Dan Steinberg and Scott Allen
The trend toward smaller NFL stadiums reflects a changing market — and the team’s poor recent play.
ESSAY | What happens at a music festival that doesn’t ask you to think about anything at all?
How your online data can get hijacked
‘Straight people don’t know they’re straight’
Martin O'Malley, in his own words
Why the Triple Crown is so hard to win
Lindsey Graham, in his own words
'Point Break' trailers: Remake vs. original
From Bruce to Caitlyn: Jenner's life in the spotlight
A look inside Detroit’s decaying homes | THE CITIES SERIES
A look inside Dennis Hastert's indictment
The text that can crash your iPhone
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Mike DeBonis and Ellen Nakashima
With Patriot Act expired, White House and Republicans criticize senator’s tactics as political posturing.
The Supreme Court protected some perceived threats on Facebook, holding that prosecutors must prove they were intended as threats.
Stop the condescending praise for your overweight friend for hitting the gym.
The man accused of killing Dick Vilardo, 65, and wife Jody, 67, was ordered held without bond Monday.
NATIONALS JOURNAL | The first game on Tuesday will be at 1 p.m. and the second game at 7 p.m.
Jenner set a new Guinness World Record for the fastest time to reach one million Twitter followers.
“Grey”, which is told from Christian Grey’s point of view, will publish on June 18.
The new operating system will be available for free to most existing Windows users -- and ditches Internet Explorer.
WONKBLOG | If you were disturbed by recent proposals to limit what the poor can eat or do with their money, you weren’t alone.
FEDERAL EYE | The inspector general describes a “culture of complacency” when it comes to employee misconduct.
Kenneth R. Harney
KEN HARNEY | Tougher standards are needed to protect taxpayers.
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