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E.U. leaders said that they are awaiting Greece’s new bailout proposals, cracking the door ajar to a compromise despite vows last week that if Greeks rejected Europe’s terms, there would be no further discussion.
The comedian’s admission that he obtained Quaaludes to use on women was contained in a court deposition.
Workers leave the Trump International Hotel job site. (Matt McClain/Post)
The mogul’s withering remarks about illegal immigrants generated a mix of anger and fear among those from Latin America on the job at his $200 million hotel project five blocks from the White House.
Here’s how Greek’s vote against the E.U.’s bailout package will affect Greece and the United States.
The West’s alliance with Kurds has led to military victories but has upset Syrian rebels and threatens gains.
After spending much of his career revering the institution, the senator sees recent rulings as a “betrayal.”
The suspect was released in defiance of numerous efforts to deport him back to his native Mexico.
Peter Hermann, Faiz Siddiqui and Keith L. Alexander
Jasper Spires, 18, was charged with first-degree murder while armed in the Independence Day stabbing.
Her firing gave spark to tension that had been gathering between the company and its community.
Advocates of a demographic pivot say a strategy that encourages division will hurt Republicans.
New textbooks in the state assign slavery to a secondary role in causing the Civil War.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | TV is oversaturated in shows geared only to stars maintaining their brands.
To build loyalty in healthy times, facilities bring in seniors with comedy clubs and other programs.
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The president will welcome the head of the Vietnamese Communist Party at the White House on Tuesday.
Carol Morello and Karen DeYoung
As foreign ministers arrived in Vienna ready to seal a deal, negotiators said Tuesday’s deadline could slip.
Tens of thousands of adherents of the 152-year-old Protestant group will meet this week about the issue.
Daniel W. Drezner
Spoiler alert: The United States is not Greece.
Bill Turque and Josh Hicks
The 43 items would save $210 million and include fewer elevators, less art and no “green tracks.”
And there’s more bad news: Washington also lost Span and Escobar to injuries.
STYLE BLOG | The guy who wrote and sang some of the band’s best songs deserved to be remembered.
Young singers deliver a powerful “Roméo et Juliette” in the festival’s first season without its founder.
Will Greenberg and Elahe Izadi
Site moderators blacked out popular sections of the site last week after a well-liked Reddit employee was let go.
WONKBLOG | The stubborn persistence of city poverty and suburban wealth.
FEDERAL EYE | Authorities hope to minimize delays by jumpstarting the process with hard copy questionnaires.
Steve Wydler and Hans Wydler
Solar tubes to bring in natural light, pocket doors and electric outlets under the cabinets instead of in your backsplash pattern are some of the latest design ideas.
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