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Mike DeBonis and Ellen Nakashima
The Senate advanced a sweeping remake of U.S. surveillance powers, two days after an internal split among Republicans caused the legal authority for key counterterrorism programs to temporarily expire.
Dan Balz and Peyton M. Craighill
The Post-ABC News poll shows Hillary Clinton leading the Democratic nomination contest. No front-runner has emerged for the Republicans.
Workers search for survivors in the Yangtze River in Hubei. (Reuters)
Crew members said the vessel carrying more than 400 passengers, many of them tourists, got caught in a cyclone.
The newest Washington Post/ABC News poll shows the impact of the crowded GOP field on voters.
The assault opened a new front and underscored the militants’ capacity to catch their enemies off guard.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee plans to call on Iran to release the Americans immediately.
Ashley Halsey III
ABC reports that Homeland Security agents successfully carried bombs and weapons through 67 times.
Hackers seem to be outrunning many IRS attempts to shore up its security systems, officials say.
WONKBLOG | Spoiler alert: You will probably want to stand up from your desk while you read this story.
There’s a strong desire to find the “emblematic” case.
Michael E. Miller
What was supposed to be a roadside rescue quickly escalated into a fatal altercation.
“The park is not closed and it is not closing,” an official said one day after a lion mauled a visitor to death.
Henry Johnson and William Shemin were denied the nation’s top award for combat valor for generations.
Lighter fare, a pace for the digital age and some Brian Williams fallout boost “World News Tonight.”
Rebels try to turn back Islamic State in Aleppo
Tax administration: IRS attackers went 'beyond Russia'
South Korean officials worry about MERS deaths
Acting TSA head reassigned after security failures
Quebec smokers win nearly $12 billion in damages
Tesla co-founder wants aging trucks to go electric
What this new poll tells us about 2016
FEMA: ‘Don’t be misled’ on hurricane season
Jenner wins praise from LGBT group
Chinese ship sinks with hundreds on board
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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.
A letter I wrote to Biden as a teenager — and his thoughtful reply — helped me come to terms with how fleeting life can be.
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.
The writer of 29 titles, 86 million copies sold, brings out a novel for adults mined from her childhood.
“Grey,” which is told from Christian Grey’s point of view, will publish on June 18.
Elonis v. United States may uphold expansive ideas about speech, but restrictive speech isn’t the biggest problem facing the Web today.
The companies don’t advertise that students can get some of that same help for free.
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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